Publikation

Towards a Digital Lifecycle Passport for the Circular Economy

Christiane Plociennik, Monireh Pourjafarian, Ali Nazeri, Waldemar Windholz, Svenja Knetsch, Julian Rickert, Andreas Ciroth, Alice do Carmo Precci Lopes, Tabea Hagedorn, Malte Vogelgesang, Wladislaw Benner, Andrea Gassmann, Simon Bergweiler, Martin Ruskowski, Liselotte Schebek, Anke Weidenkaff

In: Wim Dewulf, Joost Duflou (Hrsg.). The 29th CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering. CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering (CIRP LCE-2022) April 4-6 Leuven Belgium Seiten 122-127 Procedia CIRP 105 Elsevier 2022.

Zusammenfassung

The Circular Economy approach aims to close the loop of materials and to reduce waste. However, relevant product data for the optimization and management of circular approaches are often missing. Stakeholders typically lack key information: Recyclers do not know which materials/compounds to expect, producers do not know enough about the recyclability of their products, and customers do not have enough information about the environmental impact of their purchases. As a solution, this paper proposes a Digital Lifecycle Passport (DLCP) that can be written and read by various stakeholders along the full product lifecycle. Based on Plattform Industrie 4.0’s Asset Administration Shell, the DLCP is readable for both humans and machines. A cloud-based app (SaaS) enables all stakeholders to create and manage DLCPs. As a use case, it is demonstrated how the DLCP can improve the sorting process of electronic waste.

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Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence