Table of Contents


    • Basic use of OpenWeatherMap for an IoT system with Sigfox

      pg(s) 1-4

      Using the Sigfox network, one of LPWA (Low Power Wide Area), and the Internet, we developed a temperature, humidity, pressure, and Internet of Things devices with different sensors to measure various physical data. It is much simpler to work with weather data when using OpenWeatherMap’s widely recognizable weather products. In this study, OpenWeatherMap’s meteorological data were captured every 15 minutes using are Sigfox communication, which is one of LPWA. These data were transferred to ThingSpeak using MATLAB analysis and time control of ThingSpeak.

    • Application of biologically inspired engineering as industry 5.0 tool to create a good organisational structure

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      In this article, it will present you how a bionics technique as technical solutions of Industry 5.0 from nature leads managers to creation a good organisational structure. Industry 5.0 penetrates into the very essence of human existence and the relationship to machinesand automated processes. It is not possible to consider the new industrial revolution without mentioning the more recent scientific disciplinecalled “bionics”. What is bionics? “Bionics would be a return to nature with the aim of finding solutions to technical problems. Thedevelopment of bionics is the key concepts of Industry 5.0 [1].
      Bionics is a tool for solving problems in the conceptual and applied phases of design. The goal of bionics is to use biological inspiration in designing organisational structure that mimic the behaviour of living organisms. There are many characteristics that can identify a bionic mechanism. One of the abilities is to work independently in complex environments, can adapt to unplanned and unpredictable changes and perform multi-functional tasks. In every organization, it is most important to know who has the highest authority. Nature offers examples of organizations of other living beings that are effective and work without control, without leaders, without instructions, yet everyone in this organization knows what to do. In this article, the efficiency and working efficiency of insects such as ants in order to create a good organisational structure has been studied.



    • Perspectives of digitization of primary health care services

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      In today’s globalized world, digital mechanisms are rapidly working through the inner layers of the economy, influencing and attracting those who shape, regulate, drive and manage the economy. The main approach here is the active application of new technologies – digital mechanisms, in the processes taking place in any sphere of the economy, including health care. Rapid advances in technology have necessitated the creation and implementation of new models for delivering quality primary care services. The COVID-19 pandemic has also highlighted the need for innovative digital solutions in health care. For these reasons, the formation of integrated models based on the application of new technologies in the context of the digital transformation of health systems is a guarantee for the delivery of quality primary health care services. The article examines the content and possibilities of digitalization of primary health care services, health technologies and areas of application, focusing on new technological opportunities, and the effectiveness of digital health services.

    • Public Procurement as a Demand-Side Policy Instrument

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      Public procurement has acquired new dimensions in recent decades, going beyond the elementary satisfaction of certain needs. Public procurement connect to public policies through its horizontal nature. In present study, public procurement is perceived as an important demand-side policy instrument that can effect both the speed and the direction of economic development. A key argument supporting the view of public procurement as an important policy instrument is that they accounts for about 14% of EU GDP. At the same time, governments frequently overlook procurement as a policy instrument (and demand-side tools in general). The study of public procurement as a policy instrument, given their proven market effect, merits further analysis. Hereof, this research is focused on exploring strategic procurement approaches for economic development. Actually, through public procurement, governments can contribute to the development of growth-generating economy sectors in the role as an important lead consumer by setting standards and exacting superior performance.

    • Analysis of Public Sentiments and Emotions in the Government Domain

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      Digitalization of public services is a key component in the development of e-government. Citizens’ opinion, needs and overall satisfaction with the provided services are key to the successful implementation of digital transformation across the government sector. Hence, for policy makers it is highly important to develop efficient methods for analyzing public opinion. The main aim of this paper is to use unconventional apparatus to mine public opinion in the Bulgarian government sector. The proposed approach relies on the application of natural language processing and text mining techniques. The study aims at discovering the sentiments and emotions freely expressed by citizens in popular social media websites in Bulgaria. Several topics of public interest are analyzed and insights on public perception of aspects of Bulgarian e-government are derived. Furthermore, benefits and limitations of using sentiment lexicons for mining public opinion are outlined.