Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control.

M Mittlboeck, R Jank, J Scholz

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Abstract

Based on the idea to enhance the cost optimization effects in the forest industry, within the EU funded, multinational project ("FOCUS") a promising harvesting monitoring approach will be realized. The introduction of technical and semantical interoperability efforts shall provide an important building block for enhancing the collaboration capabilities. This is going to be achieved by sharing harmonized production sensor-measurements between the different stakeholders of the forest-based supply chain. As the activities are performed by various entities of the supply chain, e.g. forest enterprises, harvest companies, haulage companies and the forest product processing industry, we will introduce new technical concepts for sharing sensor-measurement information between the actors to enhance the situational awareness between the stakeholders.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationForest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015
Pages55-61
Number of pages7
StatusPublished - 2015

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Interoperability
Monitoring
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Costs

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Mittlboeck, M., Jank, R., & Scholz, J. (2015). Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control. In Forest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015 (pp. 55-61)

Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control. / Mittlboeck, M; Jank, R; Scholz, J.

Forest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015. 2015. p. 55-61.

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Mittlboeck, M, Jank, R & Scholz, J 2015, Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control. in Forest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015. pp. 55-61.
Mittlboeck M, Jank R, Scholz J. Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control. In Forest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015. 2015. p. 55-61.
Mittlboeck, M ; Jank, R ; Scholz, J. / Harmonizing measurements from wood harvesting machines to support near real time spatio-temporally enabled dashboards for process control.Forest engineering: making a positive contribution. Abstracts and Proceedings of the 48th Symposium on Forest Mechanization, Linz, Austria, 2015. 2015. pp. 55-61
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