In the course of the order for the complete EMSR technology for a Turkish biogas plant, we delivered the switch cabinets in the middle of June. So our third biogas plant to be built in Turkey. Commissioning of the system on site will start in July.
At an existing biogas plant in Turkey – southwest of Ankara – we will carry out a retrofit.
As part of this renewal, an additional gas line will be put into operation with digester and CHP. Implementation of the automation of the entire system is carried out with our solution Invilution. For the expansion, we also deliver the necessary work in terms of control cabinet planning and construction, as well as the required hardware.
As part of the workshop „New Value Added through Digital Waste Management“ at the University of Leoben, Martin Liehl – Managing Director of INAUT – gave a lecture on „Automation and Industry 4.0 Practical Examples“.
The workshop was led by the team of the Department of Waste Utilization and Waste Management at the Montanuniversität Leoben and the Green Tech Cluster. Together with its partners, the Montanuniversität is currently working on a large number of research projects in environmental technology and INAUT is right in the middle of it all.
Once again we are represented at the largest trade fair for environmental technology. In hall A4 at booth 139/238 you will find us at the IFAT Munich. Above all, this year we introduce our product MANDY.
More about the IFAT can be found here.
MANDY is the first mobile operated automation technology solution for environmental facilities.
Mandy implements automation technology solutions for mobile and stationary use. The controls run locally and are operated – optimized for mobile devices – via an internet browser or an app.
Near Shanghai in Haian, a new biogas plant has been put into operation in February. In cooperation with our Chinese regular customer YHR, commissioning was successfully completed. This is already the fourth biogas plant with invilution in China and more are in the planning process.
Our first composting plant in Greece will be located in the Epirus region in the north-west of the country. In cooperation with our partner Compost System we will deliver our complete package with planning, switch cabinet construction, measurement technology, software and visualization. The plant will contain six intensive rotting windrows and four maturation windrows, each with irrigation.