Some practical applications of cognitive info-communication

G. L. Kovács, S. Kopácsi


Some tools and methods of Cognitive Info-communication can be applied in waste material management, where the goal is to minimize real waste, applying re-use and re-make instead of recycle. Examples are given to show some problems and solutions, such as car sheet-metal parts, and orthosis as a medical application. 3D modeling and visualization assist the processes, as for example to support human decision making, and to create the tool paths to control Incremental Sheet Forming robots used to re-shape damaged or new parts.

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Damaged car; dangerous materials; control systems; 3D technology; graphical modelling; kilt model; natural capital; economic, ecologic issues

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