The confusion of Business Responsibility


Nader A Fahim Abdelrazik wrote…

Through the entire history of modern capitalism, the responsibility of businesses to solve social problems emerged as a core discussion of the role of business. Because businesses are powerful institutions that can use their capacities to address problems the political and social systems couldn’t solve, many theorists argued that businesses have a responsibility to act accordingly. But some, as the well-known economist Milton Friedman, considered this a distraction from the main role of business: making profits.

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How local & remote SCADA can enhance your digital distribution and logistic operation


By Pradeep T.Y.

Head, Management Consulting, India at Infosys Consulting, Inc.
Envisioning the future of industry with future of technologies-Digital distribution and logistics

March 16, 2017 

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For most manufacturing or CPG firm’s, the last mile visibility is still a major problem organizations are working to fix.   

A large bike manufacturer was concerned his only connect with the customers are through the dealers and was looking to engage with customers real time directly. A fertilizer manufacturer wished he understood the local sales patterns real time based on weather & sowing conditions to manage his FG inventory better. A cycle manufacturer realized his latest launch variant was not moving well in one location and could have shifted inventory with another location that was selling fast, missed opportunity with lack of real time data.  

Real time view of sales is an opportunity for lean and agile enterprises to focus through digital. I recently floated this scenario on an ideation platform to crowd source some thoughts. One of the few great ideas that came was simple QR code solution, block chain and digital ewallets linking sale data incentivized with direct promotions to customers and loyalty programs.

Leading the future of industry conversations from the digital sales in my earlier post upstream to digital distribution and logistics to exploring possibilities  

1. A supply work bench (coordinated with the sales workbench) leveraging data on last mile consumption, promotions, weather, demand, location, inventory, estimated delivery and Available to Promise (ATP) to coordinate supplies to retail stores – (New Technology – control towers connected with enterprise IT , Advanced analytics AI and ML , weather data , GPS )

3. Sales representative or local employees capturing digital data of store and back store inventory for back end inventory estimation using auto pattern recognition , pushing real time demand and inventory data to the manufacturers for real time orders net of available stock – ( New technology – Artificial intelligence, image sensing, Optical character recognition (OCR) , visual and advanced analytics , geo positioning/geo tagging)

3. Direct store delivery scheduler app coordinating store deliveries and orders , proof of delivery (New technology – Mobility , remote printing )

4. Autonomous warehouse and distribution center with auto sorting and tagging, picking and packing , auto stocking and remote ordering, digital training for staff – attrition is a problem here (New Technology – Voice Pick , QR codes and guides, KIVA robots and driverless fleets, RFID scanner , augmented reality , advanced analytics and ML)

5. Fleet scheduling, traffic management & routing , location tracking and monitors , navigators and optimizers for delivery of goods, shrinkage , load & network optimization, delivery confirmation , proof of delivery, cluster routing , drop ship, break bulk and merge in transit ( New Technology – Geo positioning, Geo fencing, RFID, AI and machine learning algorithms, supply chain control towers , Telematics , Advanced analytics – optimization and recommendation engines, weather data, fleet aggregator market places, mobility, cloud, social media communication )  

Looking forward to seeing these integrated digital use cases deployed in the industry processes, bringing in new business models with breakthrough operational efficiencies and newer experiences for customers.  

(Views expressed are personal and not that of the organization of the author)

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India to use International Solar Alliance to push solar water pumps


* Flashback on Solar Powered Irrigation

By Kaavya Chandrasekaran, ET Bureau | Updated: May 25, 2016, 07.45 AM IST

Solar pumps mostly substitute for diesel and electric pumps used by farmers. Solar pumps of 3-5 HP cost around Rs 5-7 lakh, multiple times more than diesel and electric pumps.

NEW DELHI: India plans to use International Solar Alliance to popularise indigenously developed solar water pumps across the world, especially in emerging markets, a top official said. 

“Many countries are not even aware of solar pumps,” said Upendra Tripathy, secretary, ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE), who is also the chairperson of the interim administrative cell of International Solar Alliance (ISA), a joint initiative of India and France launched during the Paris climate conference last year to bring together 121 ‘sunshine’ countries to optimise solar power use. 

“We are planning pilot programmes in about 15-20 countries at our own cost, explaining their benefits and exporting about 100 pumps to each of them,” Tripathy told ET. 

India is a world leader in solar water pump use for both irrigation and drinking water, with about 62,000 pumps in operation across the country. Slightly more than half of the total were added last year. 

Of the total, 13, 964 pumps were sold under MNRE’s programme Solar Pumping Programme for Irrigation and Drinking Water. 

Solar pumps mostly substitute for diesel and electric pumps used by farmers to pump water to their fields. 

Solar pumps of 3-5 HP cost around Rs 5-7 lakh, multiple times more than diesel and electric pumps of similar capacity. A 3-5 HP diesel pump, for example, costs Rs 30,000-50,000, but the cost of diesel in running it even for a single year is often greater than the cost of the pump.

Tarun Kapoor, joint secretary, MNRE, said the government may also extend credit lines to other countries to buy more solar pumps from Indian manufacturers. “If asked for, we can also provide training in solar pump manufacture. We can have technical collaborations through the National Institute of Solar Energy or other institutions,” he said. 

There are 19 solar pump manufacturers in India and about 60-70 companies sell them. 

In the absence of any international standards for solar pumps, MNRE has developed its own. “We will also familiarise these countries with our standards,” said Kapoor. 

Vinay Rustagi, managing director at solar consultancy BRIDGE TO INDIA, said it is important to promote solar pumps among farmers. “The government subsidised diesel for years since it is used by farmers to run their pumps and irrigate their fields. Since diesel is largely imported, it has resulted in a large subsidy bill as well as a large power bill. Diesel use is also environmentally harmful,” he said. “Solar pumps are costly, but it is good that the government is promoting them. They now want to replicate the scheme in African countries,” he said.

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Punjab announces 40% subsidy on solar pumps


*Flashback on Solar Powered Irrigation

By PTI | Updated: May 12, 2013, 04.46 PM IST

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has sanctioned Rs 5 crore for providing this subsidy to farmers, a spokesperson said.

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CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government today announced 40 per cent subsidy on purchase of solar pumps to incentivise farmers for using these pumps for irrigation. 

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has sanctioned Rs 5 crore for providing this subsidy to farmers, a spokesperson said. 

A solar pump costs nearly Rs 2.50 lakh of which 40 per cent (Rs 1 lakh) and 30 per cent (Rs 75,000) as subsidy is borne by the state government and Centre, respectively, while balance 30 per cent is to be paid by farmer. 

The Chief Minister, however, said the priority would be given to those farmers who opt for crop diversification programme whereby they shift land under paddy to alternative crops like sugarcane, cotton, maize, soyabean, oilseeds, pulses, fruits and vegetables, according to the official.

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POME as a Source of Biomethane


by Jort Langerak

During the production of crude palm oil, large amount of waste and by-products are generated. The solid waste streams consist of empty fruit bunch (EFB), mesocarp fruit fibers (MF) and palm kernel shells (PKS). Reuse of these waste streams in applications for heat, steam, compost and to lesser extent power generation are practised widely across Asia. This article will focus on the more underutilized liquid waste stream, known as POME or Palm Oil Mill Effluent, which is generated during the palm oil extraction/decanting process and often seen as a serious environmental issue. Therefore, discharge of POME is subject to increasingly stringent regulations in many palm oil-producing nations.

Anaerobic Digestion of POME

POME is an attractive feedstock for biomethane production and is abundantly available in all palm oil mills. Hence, it ensures continuous supply of substrates at no or low cost for biogas production, positioning it as a great potential source for biomethane production. (Chin May Ji, 2013). POME is a colloidal suspension containing 95-96% water, 0.6-0.7% oil and 4-5% total solids, which include 2-4% suspended solids. Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) generally ranges between 25,000 and 65,714 mg/L, Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) ranges between 44,300 and 102,696 mg/L. Most palm oil mills and refineries have their own treatment systems for POME, which is easily amenable to biodegradation due to its high organic content. The treatment system usually consists of anaerobic and aerobic ponds. (Sulaiman, 2013).

Open pond systems are still commonly applied. Although relatively cheap to install, these system often fail to meet discharge requirements (due to lack of operational control, long retention time, silting and short circuiting issues). Moreover, the biogas produced during the anaerobic decomposition of POME in open pond systems is not recovered for utilization. The produced gas dissipates into the atmosphere where it causes adverse environment effects (due to the fact that CH4 is a twenty times stronger greenhouse gas then CO2 (Chin May Ji, 2013).

Biogas captured from POME can be carried out using a number of various technologies ranging in cost and complexity. The closed-tank anaerobic digester system with continuous stirred-tank reactor (CSTR), the methane fermentation system employing special microorganisms and the reversible flow anaerobic baffled reactor (RABR) system are among the technologies offered by technology providers. (Malaysian Palm Oil Board, 2015). Gas production largely depends on the method deployed for biomass conversion and capture of the biogas, and can, therefore, approximately range from 5.8 to 12.75 kg of CH4 per cubic meter of POME. Application of enclosed anaerobic digestion will significantly increase the quality of the effluent/ discharge stream as well as the biogas composition, as mentioned in table below.

Table: Performance comparison between open and closed digester systems
Parameters

Open digester system

Closed anaerobic digester

COD removal efficiency (%)

81%

97%

HRT (days)

20

10

Methane utilization

Released to atmosphere

Recoverable

Methane yield 

(kg CH4/kg COD removed)

0.11

0.2

Methane content (%)

36

55

Solid discharge (g/L)

20

8

*This table has been reproduced from (Alawi Sulaiman, 2007)

A closed anaerobic system is capable of producing and collecting consistently high quality of methane rich biogas from POME. Typical raw biogas composition will be: 50-60 % CH4, 40-50 % CO2, saturated with water and with trace amounts of contaminants (H2S, NH3, volatiles, etc.).

Potential in Southeast Asia

The amount of biomethane (defined as methane produced from biomass, with properties close to natural gas) that can be potentially produced from POME (within the Southeast Asian region) exceeds 2.25 billion cubic meter of biomethane (on a yearly basis). Especially Indonesia and Malaysia, as key producers within the palm oil industry, could generate significant quantities of biomethane. An impression of the bio-methane potential of these countries including other feedstock sources is being highlighted below (VIV Asia, 2015).

Indonesia (4.35 billion m3 of biomethane):

25 billion m3 of biomethane from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME).

2 billion m3 of bio-methane from Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).

9 billion m3 of bio-methane from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).

Malaysia (3 billion m3 of biomethane):

1 billion m3 of biomethane from Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME).

2 billion m3 of biomethane from Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).

8 billion m3 of biomethane from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).

The Asian Pacific Biogas Alliance estimates that the potential of conversion of biomass to biomethane is sufficient to replace 25 percent of the natural gas demand by renewable biogas (Asian Pacific Biogas Alliance, 2015).

To sum up, due to the high fraction of organic materials, POME has a large energetic potential. By unlocking the energetic potential of these streams through conversion/ digesting and capture of bio-methane, plant owners have the opportunity to combine waste management with a profitable business model.

Co-Authors: H. Dekker and E.H.M. Dirkse (DMT Environmental Technology)

References
Alawi Sulaiman, Z. B. (2007). Biomethane production from pal oil mill effluent (POME) in a semi-commercial closed anaerobic digester. Seminar on Sustainable Palm Biomass initiatives. Japan Society on Promotion of Science (JSPS).
Asia Biogas Group. (2015, 08 15). Retrieved from Asia Biogas : http://www.asiabiogas.com
Asian Pacific Biogas Alliance. (2015). Biogas Opportunities in South East Asia. Asian Pacific Biogas Alliance/ICESN.
Chin May Ji, P. P. (2013). Biogas from palm oil mill effluent (POME): Opportunities and challenges from Malysia’s perspective. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews , 717-726.
Malaysian Palm Oil Board. (2015, 08 26). Biogas capture and CMD project implementation for palm oil mills. Retrieved from Official Portal Of Malaysian Palm Oild Board: http://www.mpob.gov
Sulaiman, N. A. (2013). The Oil Palm Wastes in Malaysia. In M. D. Matovic, “Biomass Now – Sustainable Growth and Use”. InTech.
VIV Asia. (2015, 08 26). The international platform from feed to food in Asia. Retrieved from http://www.vivasia.nl

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Ignore I4.0 at your peril


Stephen Ballard

Managing Director, BCM Public Relations Ltd

You may not realise it yet but the next industrial revolution has started.

It comes in the form of enabling technologies that are being integrated into production processes to create smart factories. Industry 4.0 (I4.0) is a hot topic across all manufacturing industries and businesses that ignore this do so at their own peril.

I4.0 will not happen overnight but a gradual revolution. That will involve integrating new technologies along with a radical change to manufacturing and implementation of new business models. The benefits I4.0 offers, however, are huge. Therefore, having an intelligent, strategic migration path to realising these may be one of the biggest factors in determining which businesses will be the strongest and most competitive in the future.

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Industry 4.0 – The 4th Industrial Revolution


Source: WikipediA

Industry 4.0 is the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things and cloud computing.[1][2][3][4]

Industry 4.0 creates what has been called a “smart factory”. Within the modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions. Over the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems communicate and cooperate with each other and with humans in real time, and via the Internet of Services, both internal and cross-organizational services are offered and used by participants of the value chain.[1]

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Industry 4.0 – The 4th Industrial Revolution


Source: WikipediA

Industry 4.0 is the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things and cloud computing.[1][2][3][4]

Industry 4.0 creates what has been called a “smart factory”. Within the modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions. Over the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems communicate and cooperate with each other and with humans in real time, and via the Internet of Services, both internal and cross-organizational services are offered and used by participants of the value chain.[1]

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