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Internet of Things for a sustainable food packaging ecosystem insights from a business perspective

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Internet of Things for a sustainable food packaging ecosystem insights from a business perspective. / Beliatis, Michail J.; Lohacharoenvanich, Nipaporn; Aagaard, Annabeth A.; Acharya, Karthikeya S.; Presser, Mirko A.

Global IoT Summit, GIoTS 2019 - Proceedings. IEEE, 2019. 8766378.

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Beliatis, MJ, Lohacharoenvanich, N, Aagaard, AA, Acharya, KS & Presser, MA 2019, Internet of Things for a sustainable food packaging ecosystem insights from a business perspective. in Global IoT Summit, GIoTS 2019 - Proceedings., 8766378, IEEE, 3rd Global IoT Summit, GIoTS 2019, Aarhus, Denmark, 17/06/2019. https://doi.org/10.1109/GIOTS.2019.8766378

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title = "Internet of Things for a sustainable food packaging ecosystem insights from a business perspective",
abstract = "Managing waste in a sustainable way is a challenge in our symbiotic society. This study focuses on developing a sustainable solution for the waste management of disposable food packaging. For the proposed solution, the designed model is an amalgam of the Internet of Things technologies together with alternative methodologies for managing in a sustainable manner the disposable food containers. Meanwhile, the solution promotes the development of localized socio-economic ecosystems for a circular economy. A blueprint has been developed based on systematic analysis of the acquired qualitative and quantitative data in addition to a pilot run in the city of Uppsala, Sweden for verifying its viability. It is found that the proposed model although tested on small scale is feasible upon consideration of the local society's habitual gestures and peculiarities.",
keywords = "Business model innovation, Ecosystem, Internet of Things, Reusable food packaging, Sustainable cities, Value creation",
author = "Beliatis, {Michail J.} and Nipaporn Lohacharoenvanich and Aagaard, {Annabeth A.} and Acharya, {Karthikeya S.} and Presser, {Mirko A.}",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.1109/GIOTS.2019.8766378",
language = "English",
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AU - Beliatis, Michail J.

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AU - Presser, Mirko A.

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