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  • Authors: Leslie R. Adrian; Donato Repole; Leonids Ribickis;

    The purpose of this paper is to address current issues in industrial robotics applications and to address also the current trends occurring in the industry regarding smaller mobile units in factory and external manufacturing processes relating to the battery powering of robotics devices. Specifically, we shall concentrate the efforts herein on “Mobile Industrial Robotics”. The paper touches briefly on problems associated with both definitions of industrial robots and problems associated with power supply sources of mobile industrial robotics and provides an outline of future work with appropriate solution for smaller mobile industrial mobile units operating in the variable input range of 24V to 48v and outputs in the range of 3.3V to 12V @ 20A in three stages. The project required a fast, turn-key solution which did not allow for a “design from scratch” solution and so detailed herein is suitable design produced in other sectors and relating the details, design process, modelling and examination of a successful and efficient high current DC to DC switch mode power supply. Parameters have been adjusted to our own preferences in the design considerations regarding “Industrial Service Hybrids” [1] (ISH)1. Other design issues are under assessment and shall be included as the project moves forward.

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    Authors: Maris Klavins; Vaira Obuka;

    A major driving force to promote the idea of sustainable bioeconomy could be local experiences, skills and knowledge in respect to the use of local and natural materials (at first, biomaterials). Sustainable bioeconomy is a concept under development, and as such it requires argumentation and demonstration of efficiency. The aim of this chapter is to study the local knowledge of the Baltic region in terms of the applicability of local biomaterials in production. In the context of bioeconomy, there is an evident need to identify the possibilities for the use of natural and local materials as well as the knowledge to manage these resources. Natural materials of the Baltic region, such as hemp, straw, timber, grain processing products (husk), reeds, moss and flax, will be studied in the historical context and in the use for innovations in modern bioeconomy. In addition, such resources as clay, organic lake sediments (sapropel), peat, sludge, ash, coal and biochar will be evaluated as potential source materials for the manufacture of innovative products. Regarding the use of natural resources, different sectors will be analysed, for example, agriculture and construction. The obtained results will give an insight into the knowledge and traditions of the Baltic region concerning the use of natural materials as a key for sustainability.

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    Authors: Aldea, Jorge; Ruiz-Peinado, Ricardo; del Río, Miren; Pretzsch, Hans; +11 Authors

    Mixed forests are suggested as a strategic adaptation of forest management to climate change. Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) are tree species of high economic and ecological value for European forestry. Both species coexist naturally in a large part of their distributions but there is a lack of knowledge on the ecological functioning of mixtures of these species and how to manage such stands. This paper analyses these species’ intra- and inter-specific competition, including size-symmetric vs. size-asymmetric competition, and explore the effect of weather conditions on tree growth and competition. We studied basal area growth at tree level for Scots pine and Norway spruce in mixed versus pure stands in 22 triplets of fully-stocked plots along a broad range of ecological conditions across Europe. Stand inventory and increment cores provided insights into how species mixing modifies tree growth compared with neighbouring pure stands. Five different competition indices, weather variables and their interactions were included and checked in basal area growth models using a linear mixed model approach. Interspecific size-asymmetric competition strongly influenced growth for both tree species, and was modulated by weather conditions. However, species height stratification in mixed stands resulted in a greater tree basal area growth of Scots pine (10.5 cm2 year−1) than in pure stands (9.3 cm2 year−1), as this species occupies the upper canopy layer. Scots pine growth depended on temperature and drought, whereas Norway spruce growth was influenced only by drought. Interspecific site-asymmetric competition increased in cold winters for Scots pine, and decreased after a drought year for Norway spruce. Although mixtures of these species may reduce tree size for Norway spruce, our results suggest that this could be offset by faster growth in Scots pine. How inter-specific competition and weather conditions alter tree growth may have strong implications for the management of Scots pine-Norway spruce mixtures along the rotation period into the ongoing climate change scenario. The networking of this study was supported by the REFORM project (number FR-2017/0001, Resilience of forest mixtures: Mixed Species forest management. Lowering risk, increasing resilience) from the ERA-Net Sumforest. We thank national funders of REFORM project (Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation: PCIN2017-026, Research Council of Lithuania (LMTLT) S-SUMFOREST-17-1, Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (FORMAS) FR-2017/0001) and those funders for the support to non-participants in the REFORM project (Denmark: Contract between Danish Ministry of Environment and Food and Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management of UCPH; Estonia: Estonian University of Life Sciences projects number P180024MIME and P200029MIME; Poland: EU CARE4C project (GA 778322) supported by the Polish Government MNiSW2018-2021 matching fund (W117/H2020/2018); Slovakia: APVV-15-0265). We also thank to all national project partners and forest owners who allowed us to establish and measure the triplets in this study. Peer reviewed 12 Pág.

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    Forest Ecology and Management
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    Authors: Kristine Valujeva; Kristine Valujeva; Kristine Valujeva; Aleksejs Nipers; +2 Authors

    The increased demand for bio based products worldwide provides an opportunity for Eastern European countries to increase their production in agriculture and forestry. At the same time, such economic development must be congruent with the European Union’s long-term climate and biodiversity objectives. As a country that is rich in bioresources, the Latvian case study is highly relevant to many other countries—especially those in Central and Eastern Europe—and faces a choice of transition pathways to meet both economic and environmental objectives. In order to assess the trade-offs between investments in the bioeconomy and the achievement of climate and biodiversity objectives, we used the Functional Land Management (FLM) framework for the quantification of the supply and demand for the primary productivity, carbon regulation and biodiversity functions. We related the supply of these three soil functions to combinations of land use and soil characteristics. The demand for the same functions were derived from European, national and regional policy objectives. Our results showed different spatial scales at which variation in demand and supply is manifested. High demand for biodiversity was associated with areas dominated by agricultural land at the local scale, while regional differences of unemployment rates and the target for GDP increases framed the demand for primary productivity. National demand for carbon regulation focused on areas dominated by forests on organic soils. We subsequently identified mismatches between the supply and demand for soil functions, and we selected spatial locations for specific land use changes and improvements in management practices to promote sustainable development of the bio-economy. Our results offer guidance to policy makers that will help them to form a national policy that will underpin management practices that are effective and tailored toward local climate conditions and national implementation pathways.

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    Authors: Sutcliffe, Laura M. E.; Batáry, Péter; Kormann, Urs; Baldi, Andras; +39 Authors

    A large proportion of European biodiversity today depends on habitat provided by low‐intensity farming practices, yet this resource is declining as European agriculture intensifies. Within the European Union, particularly the central and eastern new member states have retained relatively large areas of species‐rich farmland, but despite increased investment in nature conservation here in recent years, farmland biodiversity trends appear to be worsening. Although the high biodiversity value of Central and Eastern European farmland has long been reported, the amount of research in the international literature focused on farmland biodiversity in this region remains comparatively tiny, and measures within the EU Common Agricultural Policy are relatively poorly adapted to support it. In this opinion study, we argue that, 10 years after the accession of the first eastern EU new member states, the continued under‐representation of the low‐intensity farmland in Central and Eastern Europe in the international literature and EU policy is impeding the development of sound, evidence‐based conservation interventions. The biodiversity benefits for Europe of existing low‐intensity farmland, particularly in the central and eastern states, should be harnessed before they are lost. Instead of waiting for species‐rich farmland to further decline, targeted research and monitoring to create locally appropriate conservation strategies for these habitats is needed now. Volkswagen Foundation

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    Authors: Zhenfeng Ge; Zhibin Fang;

    Abstract In recent years, smart entrepreneurial park innovation capability has increased, and the entrepreneurial park is monitored with the help of the FPGA-based wireless sensor. Therefore, people need to spend more time at the home, office, industrial, real-time, and long-term ways to monitor their environment to deal with any work area. The system used can control the system internet; it can remotely operate the thing access system internet. It can be accessed anytime, anywhere, from which it takes direct information, talk directly, with the help of various sensors, and transfers the data values to things. Environmental monitoring is completed via the website and is controlled by detecting sensor values manually and automatically. The proposed Randomized Data Reinforcement Technique (RDRT) is implemented to monitor the smart entrepreneurial park and control the system designed for the process data and save. The decision of the Internet of Things to cooperate makes physical devices and things computer systems so that it is beneficial for a variety of applications, but only plays a fundamental role. To make the network more flexible, closed-loop feedback control systems within different spatiotemporal ranges are formed at each layer. Next, the data monitoring and acquisition system is designed as a smart factory based on several smart production lines, complete coverage, many sampling points, and a network (WSMN) based on mesh wireless sensors.

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    Microprocessors and Microsystems
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    Authors: Terkenli, T. S.; Bell, S.; Tošković, O.; Dubljević-Tomićević, J.; +6 Authors

    Urban Green Infrastructure (UGI) serves both inhabitants' and visitors' numerous and various needs. This research aimed to enhance knowledge regarding the role of UGI in urban tourism. The research questions addressed tourists' perceptions of UGI, their understanding and uses of UGI, and the ways that this understanding influenced their travel choice to specific urban destinations. A cross-cultural comparative study among urban tourists was carried out in eight European countries. The selection of case studies followed a roughly comparative logic, employing the same on-site questionnaire survey administered in a sample of large and medium size cities in Southern European, Central European and Northern European countries. Looking from the perspective of the tourists' countries of origin, our findings validate a well-established trend in international tourism, namely the fact that neighbouring countries tend to be the most significant tourist markets of an urban destination. The other major finding confirmed the most well-known tourist movement patterns of Northern and Central Europeans travelling to the Mediterranean for tourism purposes. While the study revealed that the majority of the tourists interviewed were not very familiar with the term 'Green Infrastructure', nor with specific UGI features offered in the visited cities, the importance of UGI was acknowledged and viewed in a mostly very positive light. The majority of respondents enjoyed visiting UGI and used it for some light physical activity or for purposes of relaxation, socialization, and in order to explore the culture and society of the destination city. The fact that most UGI in the case study cities is located around or within a short distance from important heritage sites provided UGI with an indirect possibility of being included in the tourists' visiting plans. In conclusion, the results of this study may prove to be very helpful to local and regional authorities in considering how to plan, manage and promote an urban tourism destination's green infrastructure as part of the tourism offer. info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

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    Authors: Wael A. Salah; Basem Abu Zneid;

    <p>This study reviews the evolution of smart applications of microcontroller-based wireless/wired remote monitoring systems. Rapid developments in science and technology offer the advantages of using integrated embedded chips, microprocessors, and microcontrollers. The use of microcontrollers in industrial processes, such as automobiles, aeronautics, space, robotics, electronics, defense applications, mobile communications, rail transport, and medical applications, is rapidly increasing. This study aims to review the progress of microcomputers in smart remote monitoring and controlling applications for the control and management of different systems using wireless/wired techniques</p>

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    Authors: Karina Palkova; Artūrs Žukovs;

    Nowadays one of the topical issues, from legal point of view, is technologies and robotics technologies and devices. Technologies and robotics technologies and devices have become dominant in various areas including business, banking sector and healthcare. Technologies influence every aspect of daily life of modern society at home and work. Technologies, considering development of robotics, have a huge potential to transform public and private sectors. They provide modern and safe levels of services in various forms. The impact of technologies and robotics technologies will grow over time [11]. The article is devoted to definition of legal study of technologies and medical technologies and correlation between particular definitions with the definition of robotics in Latvia. General conclusions related to legal study of the subject shows lack of correct definition of medical technologies and unclear understanding of robotics technologies, artificial intelligence based medical devices from medical care perspective. Raksts veltīts sabiedrībai aktuālas tēmas izpētei – par straujās tehnoloģiskās attīstības iespaidā radīto jauno robotisko un mākslīgā intelekta vadīto ierīču izmantošanas regulējuma nepieciešamību tiesību subjektu tiesisko attiecību sakārtošanai. Rakstā analizēts veselības aprūpē izmantojamo daudzfunkcionālo iekārtu lietošanas tiesiskais regulējums, kā arī tā ietekme uz pacientu tiesību ievērošanu. Robotikas tehnoloģijas un ierīces tiek aktīvi izmantotas veselības aprūpes procesā, it īpaši diagnostikā. Šīs tehnoloģijas ietekmē gandrīz visus mūsdienu sabiedrības ikdienas aspektus un ir kļuvušas par dominējošām dažādās jomās, tostarp uzņēmējdarbībā, banku sektorā un veselības aprūpē. Ņemot vērā robotikas attīstību, šīm tehnoloģijām ir milzīgs potenciāls gan publiskajā, gan arī privātajā sektorā. Laika gaitā robotikas tehnoloģiju ietekme pieaugs, un pieaugs arī tiesiskā aspektā pētāmo problēmjautājumu klāsts. Līdz ar to ļoti svarīga ir tehnoloģiju un medicīnas tehnoloģiju juridisko problēmjautājumu definēšana, korelācija starp konkrētām definīcijām, kā arī robotikas definīcija Latvijā. Vispārīgi secināms, ka medicīnisko tehnoloģiju jomā trūkst skaidru definīciju, kas sniedz nepārprotamu izpratni par robotikas tehnoloģijām, mākslīgā intelekta robottehnoloģijām, medicīnas ierīcēm u.c. Mūsdienās tehnoloģiju jautājums un konkrēta segmenta attīstība nākotnē ir būtiska no juridiskā viedokļa. Piemēram, attīstoties medicīnas tehnoloģijām, kas balstītas uz mākslīgā intelekta sistēmām, novērojams liels potenciāls diagnostikas kontekstā. Taču tehnoloģiskais progress šobrīd ir daudz straujāks nekā jauno tiesību attīstība. Joprojām aktuāls ir jautājums par nākotnes tiesisko regulējumu un esošo tiesisko regulējumu, tā interpretāciju medicīnas tehnoloģiju, ierīču jomā. Medicīniskām ierīcēm, piedāvājot novatoriskus risinājumus profilaksei, novērošanai, prognozēšanai utt., ir būtiska loma veselības aprūpē. Nacionālajos un starptautiskajos tiesību aktos vērojamas vairākas pieejas, lai atbalstītu tehnoloģiju attīstību veselības aprūpē. Taču problēma ir noteikt, vai Latvijā pastāv atšķirība starp medicīnas tehnoloģiju, robotikas tehnoloģiju un ierīču definīciju. Jāatzīst, ka robottehnoloģiju, mākslīgā intelekta ierīču tiesiskais regulējums Latvijā šobrīd nav pilnīgs, kaut arī jauno robottehnoloģiju un mākslīgā intelekta ierīču izgudrošanas, ražošanas un pielietošanas iespaidā tiesiskā regulējuma pilnveides nepieciešamība arvien palielinās.

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    Authors: Giedrė Kvieskienė; Ilze Ivanova; Karmen Trasberg; Viktorija Stasytytė; +1 Authors

    NEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) youth rates in Europe are generally higher in rural regions than in urban areas and the share in rural regions is constantly increasing. During the COVID-19 pandemic, young people became even more vulnerable as they experienced social exclusion and mental health problems. The objective of this paper is to analyse NEET youthrelated statistics in Europe and distinguish positive initiatives for young people in rural areas of the Baltic countries to encourage positive emotions and willingness to learn. Statistical analysis and case study methods were employed. Data on youth unemployment, NEET youth by age and gender, and poverty and social exclusion of young people, is analysed. Social policy initiatives in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, mainly from rural municipalities, are presented and discussed. This research determines the key issues related to NEET youth and proposes initiatives to overcome existing problems among young people. Such social initiatives aim to promote positive social emotions of youth, promote their inclusion in society, and foster regional sustainability. Keywords: NEET youth; unemployment; COVID-19 pandemic; emotions; mental health.

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  • Authors: Leslie R. Adrian; Donato Repole; Leonids Ribickis;

    The purpose of this paper is to address current issues in industrial robotics applications and to address also the current trends occurring in the industry regarding smaller mobile units in factory and external manufacturing processes relating to the battery powering of robotics devices. Specifically, we shall concentrate the efforts herein on “Mobile Industrial Robotics”. The paper touches briefly on problems associated with both definitions of industrial robots and problems associated with power supply sources of mobile industrial robotics and provides an outline of future work with appropriate solution for smaller mobile industrial mobile units operating in the variable input range of 24V to 48v and outputs in the range of 3.3V to 12V @ 20A in three stages. The project required a fast, turn-key solution which did not allow for a “design from scratch” solution and so detailed herein is suitable design produced in other sectors and relating the details, design process, modelling and examination of a successful and efficient high current DC to DC switch mode power supply. Parameters have been adjusted to our own preferences in the design considerations regarding “Industrial Service Hybrids” [1] (ISH)1. Other design issues are under assessment and shall be included as the project moves forward.

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    Authors: Maris Klavins; Vaira Obuka;

    A major driving force to promote the idea of sustainable bioeconomy could be local experiences, skills and knowledge in respect to the use of local and natural materials (at first, biomaterials). Sustainable bioeconomy is a concept under development, and as such it requires argumentation and demonstration of efficiency. The aim of this chapter is to study the local knowledge of the Baltic region in terms of the applicability of local biomaterials in production. In the context of bioeconomy, there is an evident need to identify the possibilities for the use of natural and local materials as well as the knowledge to manage these resources. Natural materials of the Baltic region, such as hemp, straw, timber, grain processing products (husk), reeds, moss and flax, will be studied in the historical context and in the use for innovations in modern bioeconomy. In addition, such resources as clay, organic lake sediments (sapropel), peat, sludge, ash, coal and biochar will be evaluated as potential source materials for the manufacture of innovative products. Regarding the use of natural resources, different sectors will be analysed, for example, agriculture and construction. The obtained results will give an insight into the knowledge and traditions of the Baltic region concerning the use of natural materials as a key for sustainability.

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    Part of book or chapter of book . 2018 . Peer-reviewed
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