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stakeholders perspective , Organization, Technology and Management in Construction Journal , Vol. 6 , No. 2 , 2014 , pp. 1058 – 1065 . [2] Mwanaumo E

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have tried to make people's journeys easier and easier with this information technology to establish smooth communication using only light as a career in a new way. Our study presents a completely new approach that is a step ahead of what has been

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slaughterhouse waste — a review. Bioresource Technology, Vol. 83, 2002, pp. 13–26 Rintala J. Anaerobic digestion of organic solid poultry slaughterhouse waste — a review

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Szatmári I., Szatmári T., Szatmári G. Launching technology of erecting a steel girder bridge right-bank flood-bridge of the Danube-bridge at Dunaújváros, Proc. 6th International Conference on Bridges Across the Danube 2007 , Budapest, 2007, pp. 289–302.

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Best G., Mourato D., Singh M., Firman M., Basu S. Application of immersed ultrafiltration membranes for colour and TOC removal, Membrane Technology , Vol. 1999, No. 112, 1999, pp. 5–12. Basu S

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The continuous development of food production technologies is essential because of the uninterruptedly growing food production; the transportation of these food products, which means longer and longer transport; and because of the increasing consumer demands concerning the applied technologies, which assure the safe and healthy nutrition. This modernisation trend today has already reached the development of minimally food processing technologies, which make possible the creation of food products preserving their original nutritional values and having a higher added value. Concerning the application of any new technology, it is a more and more important demand that the environmental impact should be lower compared to the earlier technologies. This lower impact can be manifested in less energy and water use, in less wastes production or in more rational energy use.

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. N., Elliott, J. M., Gardner, J. W. (1997) Electronic noses and their applications in the food industry. Food Technology , 51(12), 44–48. Gardner J. W. Electronic noses and

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The paper reviews briefly the present status and future trends of some new, emerging food preservation technologies and anticipates the major lines of developments in relation to functional and transgenic foods. These topics of innovative food technologies and food products are of particular importance in view of the European Unions’s regulation concerning “novel foods and novel ingredients”. The author considers the obstacles and the needs for more research and other actions such as safety assessment and balanced communication to the public.

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] Straková Z. Hygienic ventilation of industry hall buildings with cold type of operation , (in Slovak) Habilitation Thesis , Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

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scanning for reconstruction of precast concrete to support classic assessment , International Conference on Geomatic and Geospatial Technology (GGT) 3-5 October 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, The international Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing

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