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Mladenka Popadić, Matej Černe and Ines Milohnić
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Piotr Woźny and Józef Błachnio
6. Bibliography:  Błachnio J., 1993, Badanie uszkodzeń statków powietrznych powstających w procesie eksploatacji. Rozdział w książce redakcji Lewitowicza J., pt. Problemy badań i eksploatacji techniki lotniczej t.2, ITWL, Warszawa. [Research of aircraft damage arising during exploitation. Chapter in the book edited by Lewitowicz J. titled: Problems of research and exploitation of aircraft technology vol.2, ITWL, Warsaw]  Błachnio J., 2007, Metoda badania wypadków lotniczych ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem uszkodzeń statków powietrznych
Jerzy Lewitowicz, Stefan Rutkowski, Ryszard Tomaska and Andrzej Żyluk
Civilization is a state of human society during a particular period of time, conditioned with the degree to which the humans are able to control the nature; the total of already collected material goods, means of production and exploitation, suitable skills (know-how), and social institutions. It is processes of exploitation of engineered objects and natural resources of the Earth that closely and directly relate the economy, safety (widely understood) and environmental protection. Nowadays, as the development of technology has become a hectic process, too little attention is paid to safety. People die. The above outlined considerations can be summarized in the form of the following conclusion: Exploitation is an area that covers the art of many and various activities. It is a philosophy that puts all the fields of knowledge together. Therefore, it should be considered a separate line of science.
Geovanny Perdomo-Charry, Nelson Lozada Barahona and Alexander Zuñiga-Collazos
The effect of exploitation capacity (EC) vis-à-vis organizational performance (OP) has not been sufficiently studied and has low empirical evidence in developing countries such as Colombia. Absorption capacity based on exploitation capacity (EC) is considered to have been relevant for organizations in developing countries to significantly increase their performance via innovation. We examined the effect of exploitation capacity versus organizational performance using a sample of 227 companies located in Medellin, Colombia. The main findings indicate that companies can generate exploitation capacities in order to increase organizational performance, essentially seeking to combine information from different sources for their benefit, thereby directly contributing to the growth of benefits in the companies under study.
Jacek Paś and Sławomir Buchla
5. References 1. Będkowski L., Dąbrowski T.: Podstawy eksploatacji, cz. II. Podstawy niezawodności eksploatacyjnej. Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna, Warszawa 2006. 2. Białek K., Paś J.: Exploitation of selected railway equipment - conducted disturbance emission examination. Diagnostyka, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2018. 3. Burdzik R., Konieczny Ł., Figlus T.: Concept of on-board comfort vibration monitoring system for vehicles. In: J. Mikulski (ed.), Activities of Transport Telematics, Heidelberg: Springer, TST 2013. 4. Dąbrowski T., Paś J., Olchowik W
Renata Stasiak-Betlejewska, Miroslav Prístavka, Agnieszka Czajkowska and Marián Tóth
One of the most important factors determining the company‘s capacity to produce high quality products is the level of machinery operation effectiveness. Companies having modern machinery are characterized by high productivity. To obtain a high quality product, the equipment should be properly used, without any failure, which contributes significantly to the exploitation level increase. The modernity level and the exploitation effectiveness level for chosen machine producing furniture components in relation to the product quality level were analysed in the paper. As a result of the research findings analysis, proposals for corrective actions with regard to machinery maintenance and production processes were presented.
Marlena Piontek and Hanna Lechów
Unaesthetic stains and deposits often form on external facades (especially those facing the north) in places where barriers were installed on them. Such places include, for example: fragments of facades in which external window sills were mounted, canopies, downspouts, boxes, advertising billboards, flags holders, lightning conductors, aerials as well as facade steps, and many others. During exploitation, elevations are exposed to water retention. In places were barriers are installed, moisture occurs with greater intensity than in other parts of the facade. Over time, in addition to the aesthetic problem, this results in biodeterioration (biological corrosion), induced by the deposited biological factors. The article presents the issue of placing barriers on external facades, on the example of buildings developed in Zielona Góra.
Tomáš Mandičák, Peter Mesároš and Mária Kozlovská
The issue of cloud computing is a highly topical issue. Cloud computing represents a new model for information technology (IT) services based on the exploitation of Web (it represents a cloud) and other application platforms, as well as software as a service. In general, the exploitation of cloud computing in construction project management has several advantages, as demonstrated by several research reports. Currently, research quantifying the exploitation of cloud computing in the Slovak construction industry has not yet been carried out. The article discusses the issue of exploitation of cloud computing in construction project management in Slovakia. The main objective of the research is to confirm whether factors such as size of construction enterprise, owner of construction enterprise and participant of construction project have any impact on the exploitation level of cloud computing in construction project management. It includes confirmation of differences in use between different participants of the construction project or between construction enterprises broken down by size and shareholders.
Iwona Walentek, Marta Sołomacha and Kamilla Olejniczak
Despite the absolute prohibition against minerals exploitation without having a mining concession, which was valid until the end of 2011, research conducted by the Polish Geological Institute–National Researching Institute has showed that minerals exploitation without having a mining concession has been prevalent all over the country, mainly that concerning sand and gravel aggregates. Unlicensed exploitation has a negative influence on the natural environment, lower landscape values as well as the State Treasury’s revenues. Actions taken by the geological administration bodies in order to punish a perpetrator have been ineffective. Administrative decisions that charged higher exploitation fees have been issued only in very few cases. But great majority of cases are discontinued after lengthy administrative proceedings. Attempts at liberalization the Geological and Mining Law dated 9 June 2011 (Journal of Laws No. 163, item 981), which since the beginning of 2012 has allowed owners of an area exploit sand and gravel aggregates for their own needs in amounts not greater than 10 m3 per year, do not contribute to eliminating this practice. A spatial database collecting information about points of unconcessioned minerals exploitation all over Poland has been operated since 2008, within the Geoenvironmental Map of Poland II – 1:50,000 scale managed by PIG-PIB. Only large mines and quarries have been taken into account (an area of more than 1 are). All points are verified during a site inspection, a full description and photographic documentation are made for every single working. There are over 2600 points of unconcessioned exploitation located in southern and south-western Poland currently included in the database. By the end of 2015, the registration of points in northern and north-eastern Poland will have been completed. The database with all the collected points is available at: