The use of Key Enabling Technologies (KET), in the definition of innovative systems, is a crucial point for smart industries and sustainability. The proposed work combines innovations from different fields, including industrial sustainability on the one hand, and smart electronics on the other. An innovative multifunctional panel is presented, produced with waste resulting from the industrial processing of paper and cardboard; the panel can be used for the control of safety in processing factories and for the monitoring of environmental conditions in the area, as well as the energy improvement of the building envelope. Several sensors are embedded in the panel for monitoring temperature, moisture, and localization by means of an RFID tag. In addition, the panel is battery–free, thus enhancing the installation and realization of the system. The power supply is provided by the tag reader as irradiated power, thus realizing a very low power application. Panels have been already realized and experimental tests have been performed in the laboratory.
|Titolo:||Sensorial multifunctional panels for smart factory applications|
PANTOLI, LEONARDO (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|