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Alderman Willems, City of Apeldoorn: "Sharing knowledge about innovative smart city concepts important"
17Nov2020
Sharing knowledge about new technologies with Dutch municipal administrators responsible for waste collection in The Netherlands. According to Alderman Wim Willems of the City of Apeldoorn, this is the key value of the 'Smart cities in the G40' report.
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How to increase margins to strengthen the competitive edge for metal recyclers
9Nov2020
Nowadays, more than ever, metal recyclers are faced with a series of challenges. The complex logistic recycling process, rapidly changing prices and fluctuations in the global steel market require companies to respond quickly and flexibly to new circumstances. Additionally, metal recyclers are also facing the current headwinds of the global economy. The front runners in the metal recycling industry are more resistant to these unpredictable circumstances. Innovative technologies support their agility and enable them to pro-actively respond to developments on the global metal recycling market. Since this increases both efficiency and margins, they can strengthen their competitive edge.
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Route Optimisation drives efficiencies and boosts productivity for SUEZ Group
29Oct2020
Globally, Suez Group, has more than 11,000 vehicles on the road every day, so optimising waste collection routes is of the utmost importance. The global waste collection activities have an annual value of one billion euro. Optimising a few per cent, can yield substantial cost-saving and depending on the collection activity, result in a 3% to 5% increase in productivity per country.
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How multi-level price management provides flexibility for metal recyclers
28Oct2020
Flexibility is key. This becomes clear from the webinar on multi-level price management for metal recycling companies, in which Christian Pollklesener, Head of Professional Services at AMCS in Germany, explains the endless possibilities of the AMCS Recycling Software and also shows how easy it is to work with.
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Cache Me a Few Cans
28Oct2020
Waste and recycling containers are a lot like socks: they tend to meander and mismatch. But when it comes to keeping track of assets in the field, there’s no room for cold feet, as slow or inaccurate container identification opens the door to roaming receptacles and mischarge spectacles.
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Cleaning Halloween
23Oct2020
Just as sinister sorcerers sweep the air each October 31st, solid waste collectors sweep up afterwards. But under COVID’s specter, this year’s Halloween haul is sure to be different. How many people will participate in Halloween 2020, and where and what will they consume and dispose?
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Omrin lowers environmental impact with dynamic route optimisation
22Oct2020
Checking planning and adding any ad-hoc orders are the only things that planner Herwin van den Hengel of Omrin has to do every morning to make the daily planning final. As a result of this far-reaching digitisation, the planning department is now stress-free. This is evident from a video presented by AMCS.
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Innovative technology contributes to reshaping and optimising household waste collection
15Oct2020
Households waste collectors can boost both productivity and efficiency by using innovative technologies such as the Internet of Things, smart sensors and forecasting algorithms. This is evident from a webinar presented by Intelligent Optimisation Solution Advisor Rogier de Klein during the eREC virtual tradeshow.
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Standardized project program to transition to AMCS Platform
14Oct2020
AMCS legacy software customers can transition to innovative AMCS Platform in a relatively short period of time. To guarantee a successful transition to AMCS Platform an advanced standardized Transition Project Program has been built executing the go-live on Platform in well-overseen phases.
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Rising awareness of Industry 4.0 is going to change waste and recycling industry
30Sep2020
The awareness that Industry 4.0 is going to change the way waste and recycling companies operate, has grown significantly. So much is clear for AMCS CMO Mark Abbas who participated in a panel discussion during the virtual tradeshow eREC. “The last few years there is a change within the market resulting in a big catchup in the industry at the moment. For instance, we have seen this with the rise of predictive analytics and real-time dispatching of pickups based on predicting filling grades of containers.
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How to further enable remote working in the time of Covid-19
29Sep2020
Continuing waste and recycling operations like it is any other day. Due to the use of innovative technology, there is no need to hold back during Covid-19. An enterprise-grade SaaS and cloud-based IT system enables companies to run their operations everywhere, regardless of the location of the employees.
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Three principles for organizational redesign of an enterprise architecture
28Sep2020
Digital technologies have raised customer expectations for responsive, seamless online services and information-enriched products. Many companies are struggling to meet those expectations and will continue to struggle unless they embrace enterprise architecture. This is what Jeanne Ross and Cynthia Beath write in a publication in MIT Sloan Management Review. In the article the authors shed their light on the importance of an enterprise architecture and what this means for business.
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