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70 PCB007 MAGAZINE I DECEMBER 2018 September 2018 were up 9.6% compared to the same month last year; this year to date, shipments are 10.2% above the same period last year. 4. The United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. "Chemetco Site PRP Group: Civil Complaint Case 3:18- cv-00179," February 2, 2018. 5. Gold Hub. "Gold Prices," November 30, 2018. 6. Kamberovic, Z., Korac, M., Ivsic, D., Nikolic, V., & Ranitovic, M. "Hydrometallurgical Process for Extraction of Metals from Electronic Waste—Part 1: Material Characterization and Process Option Selection," Association of Metallurgical Engineers of Serbia (AMES), December 12, 2009. 7. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. "Circuit Board Com- ponent Recovery for Electronic Waste Reduction," Small Busi- ness Innovation Research (SBIR)—Phase I (2015), Investigators Tjetjen, L., & Byron, W., Advanced Recovery and Recycling LLC. 8. Orbay, E.A., & Eksteeen, J.J. "The leaching of gold, silver and their alloys in alkaline glycine-peroxide solutions and their adsorption on carbon," Hydrometallurgy, Volume 152, Febru- ary 2015, pp. 199–203. 9. Phys.org. "Sustainable technique recovers gold from e- waste cheaply," University of Saskatchewan, February 3, 2016. 10. Wu, Y., Fang, Q., Yi, X., Liu, G., & Li, R.W. "Recovery of gold from hydrometallurgical leaching solution of electron- ic waste via spontaneous reduction by polyaniline," Progress in Natural Science: Materials International, Volume 27, Issue 4, August 2017, pp. 514–519. 11. Bidini, G., Fantozzi, F., Bartocci, P., D'Alessandro, B., D'Amico, M., Laranci, P., Scozza, E., & Zagarolia, M. "Recovery of precious metals scrap printed circuit boards through pyrol- ysis," Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, Volume 11, January 2015, pp. 140–147. 12. Gannon & Scott Inc. "Meeting the Challenge of Sustain- able PM Recovery," October 2018. 13. Zhang, L., & Xu, Z. "A review of current progress of recy- cling technologies for metals from waste electrical and elec- tronic equipment," Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 127, July 20, 2016, pp. 19–36. Andrew McManus joined Gannon & Scott as general manager in 2016. Previously, he spent 15 years at a recycling company that processed electronic waste and precious metal scrap. Early in his career, McManus worked in environmental and opera- tions positions at manufacturing facilities involving precious metals at metal-finishing shops and a flexible- circuit operation. Andrew also served over 30 years in the U.S. Army and Reserve retiring as a lieutenant colonel. He earned an MBA in operations management from Bryant University and a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Rhode Island. Gannon & Scott has been a precious metal processor since 1919. to help them pick up an object, the worker gives the robot a hand signal. Another signal tells the robot to release the ob- ject so it can be set down. Professor Dimos Dimarogonas, coordinator of the proj- ect at KTH's Department of Automatic Control, says that the functionality is not platform-specific, so it can be transferred to other robots during the next phase when tests continue with Bosch. "The robots will be in a larger dynamic office environment and collaborate with more robots and people. They will get more advanced tasks, and with differ - ent types of agents," Dimarogonas says. Other uses for the technology will even- tually include healthcare facilities. (Source: KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology report- ed new progress working within the framework of the Hori- zon 2020 European research project, Co4Robots. The proj- ect has developed functionality that enables real-time ro- bots to move in a dynamic situation while collaborating with other robots and people. The new functionality the project has developed has since been as- signed to the TIAGo robot from PAL Ro- botics in Spain. TIAGo has gained a sense of observation that it can use to navigate in a changing landscape such as an office. As the robot steers itself around a workplace, it can iden - tify things that must be moved. When a human co-worker wants the robot Researchers Unveil Breakthrough in Human-machine Cooperation

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