The DigiEcoQuarry team never loses an opportunity to put on our hard hats and security boots and go to a quarry. We like the smell of aggregates and the sound of drilling every morning. We did not care about the ruthless wind forecast, we grabbed a bus and went to visit the Valdilecha quarry, just a 20-minute drive from Madrid’s city center where ANEFA ’s headquarters, the leader of the project, is located.
DigiEcoQuarry aims to design, develop, and validate in 5 pilot environments an Innovative Quarrying System (IQS) comprising sensors, processes, tools and methods for data capture, processing and sharing to provide integrated digitalized, automatic, and real-time process control for aggregates quarries.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement Nº 101003750.
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Por admin|2023-02-17T16:04:16+01:0017 de febrero de 2023|News|Comentarios desactivados en New video. Visiting a pilot site, Valdilecha
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