Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/1082
Title: Nondestructive disassembly process of technical device supported with augmented reality and RFID technology
Authors: Mircheski, Ile 
Rizov, Tashko 
Keywords: disassembly, reuse, augmented reality, RFID
Issue Date: May-2017
Publisher: Faculty of Mechanical engineering – Banja Luka
Conference: 13th International Conference on Accomplishments in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering – DEMI2017
Abstract: This paper presents nondestructive disassembly process of technical device supported with augmented reality system and RFID technology. During the last few decades, the rapid development of automobiles, electric and electronic equipment, resulted in creation of billions tones of waste. For instance, “around 3 billion tonnes of waste are generated in the EU each year - over 6 tonnes for every European citizen. The new recycling/reuse concept uses the nondestructive disassembly process of technical device supported with augmented reality and RFID technology. System includes marking the products with components of interest by using a RFID tag. The products can be marked with a RFID tag that will contain the ID of the product design in the centralized database. The recycling/reuse facilities use this ID to download data relevant for nondestructive disassembly of the product and obtaining the components of interest. The system is modular and extensible in terms of the services and remanufacture offered. The overall system has a forum that is helpful in communication between recycling/reuse facilities and product designers. Augmented reality system offers video presentation when possible to visualize the disassembly process. The database contains valuable data for the product regarding the materials and component of interest used for each of the components in the product. Main objective of this paper is developing of a new recycling/reuse concept by using the nondestructive disassembly process supported with augmented reality and RFID technology.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/1082
DOI: 877
885
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering: Conference papers

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