Digital twin used to simulate the spread of aerosols at GEA site

September 24, 2020

Given aerosols help spread COVID-19, GEA was keen to know how it would spread through airflows and via the HVAC systems in the cafeteria at its Oelde site. Partner Dassault Systèmes tested various scenarios using digital twin, or simulation technology. The results will inform GEA's health and safety procedures ahead of the reopening of this and other GEA cafeterias.

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Climate-neutral | Economy | Net-zero

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Climate-neutral | Factory | Footprint

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The Naldoni family has a long-established position in the milling industry with their first mill...

Flour | Mill | Milling

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Feeding conventionally is a time-consuming daily task. The GEA FreeStallFeeder WIC System...

Automated | Feeding

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April 21, 2021

he CookStar 1000, next generation cooking technology from GEA. Leader for roasted, breaded and...

Cooking | Roasting | Smoking

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The Technology Center is an environment where you can feel free to experiment, evaluate, do...

Bakel | Center | Food