Smart solid waste processing plant: vision and pathway

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Smart solid waste processing plant: vision and pathway. / Khodier, Karim; Curtis, Alexander; Sarc, Renato; Lehner, Markus; O'Leary, Paul; Pomberger, Roland.

2019. ISWA world congress 2019, Bilbao, Spanien.

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title = "Smart solid waste processing plant: vision and pathway",
abstract = "Bringing the digital revolution to solid waste processing, the vision of a plant autonomously adapting to material and market, operating at the economical optimum, is an obvious one. Though the path to get there includes much more than modern algorithms. A trinity of controllable actuators, suitable metrology and optimi-sation models is needed. Especially regarding the first two, the state of the art does not cover the requirements for fulfilling the vision – there is still a lot of work to be done in advance.",
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month = oct,
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language = "English",
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T1 - Smart solid waste processing plant: vision and pathway

AU - Khodier, Karim

AU - Curtis, Alexander

AU - Sarc, Renato

AU - Lehner, Markus

AU - O'Leary, Paul

AU - Pomberger, Roland

PY - 2019/10/8

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N2 - Bringing the digital revolution to solid waste processing, the vision of a plant autonomously adapting to material and market, operating at the economical optimum, is an obvious one. Though the path to get there includes much more than modern algorithms. A trinity of controllable actuators, suitable metrology and optimi-sation models is needed. Especially regarding the first two, the state of the art does not cover the requirements for fulfilling the vision – there is still a lot of work to be done in advance.

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KW - Solid waste

KW - Waste processing

KW - Actuators

KW - Metrology

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KW - Smart factory

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KW - Actuators

KW - Metrology

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