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.
We received the next order for automation of a biogas plant in Turkey. It is located near Ankara. This will be the second biogas plant which is operated with invilution in Turkey.
In Schleswig-Holstein our mobile automation solution for Industry 4.0 is used. A composting plant is operated with our cost- and resource-efficient product called Mandy in the application of COMPOcloud.
Seven solar measurement stations were commissioned by INAUT for a water board in northern Lower Austria. Additionally we delivered console mounts for bridge mounting and the mounting itself including parametrization.
The renewal of two sewage pumping stations in the present system of a wastewater treatment plant in Styria was completed successfully. The model S7-100 by Siemens was used as PLC. We delivered planning, switch cabinet construction, measurement technology and mounting. Additionally we carried out the first electrical inspection of installations.
A biogas plant in Poland will be automated with invilution. The next plant, which puts its trust into the invilution-system, is being built in Konotop (Western Poland). Close to 2.000 MWh of electrical work will be generated per year in the future.
Our cloud solution for composting plants is optimally designed for compact and cost efficient applications. Therefore it is used in Stockerau in Lower Austria. Six temperature monitored windrows are controlled via the web interface of our system.
Our first invilution plant is located in the Czech city of Dublovice, which already runs since 2011. The system evolved in the meanwhile. During ongoing operation the software upgrade to the current version of invilution was performed. Thus the plant is once again state of the art.
A hardware and software upgrade on a local sewage plant has been completed successfully. The system was in operation for 18 years and upgrading was pressing and necessary. This is why the generation of the control technology was changed from SAIA PDC1 to SAIA PCD2.M4. Thus the plant is well equipped for the next years.
A new potable water tank was installed at a Lower Austrian water supply plant. The new hardware and software was integrated into the system with a SAIA-PLC and a WinCC OA-HMI. Therefore the switch cabinet was expanded with necessary hardware and a touch panel for local operation was installed. Additionally the control software for the filling operation of the new tank was programmed.