Diverseco robotic waste recycling sorting solutions
Diverseco will be showcasing its range of intelligent, fully automated robotics sorting systems at the Australasian Waste & Recovery Expo in Sydney. The systems are designed to help revolutionise the waste recycling industry and make a significant contribution to sustainable development.
The easily configured system employs advanced vision guided robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) systems to automate the sorting and segregation of waste products at single-stream materials recovery facilities, mixed-waste processing facilities, C&D sorting facilities, plastics reclaimers and others.
In addition to reducing operational costs and WHS risks by replacing human pickers in recycling centres, the vison guided robotics systems also increase the pick rate and quality of recovered waste that will re-enter production processes as secondary raw materials.
Each robotics system comes equipped with an advanced vision and scanning system that continuously monitors the waste stream. This multidimensional data is then processed by the AI system, which identifies the desired materials to be selected from the waste stream within a split second. This data is processed by the robot controllers that then direct the robotic arms to precisely pick the items using a range of different robot grippers.
Because each scanning system comes preconfigured, the robotics experts at Diverseco can integrate the system onto existing recycling lines in a short period of time.
For more information: http://www.diverseco.com.au/robotics.
Phone: 1300 069 970
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