AMP Robotics, provider of AI, robotics, and infrastructure for the waste and recycling industry, continues to expand its presence in Europe to meet the demand for its AI and automation solutions and provide dedicated local support and service for the market. The company is exhibiting at IFAT 2022, May 30-June 3 in Munich, for the first time.
AMP Robotics, providing AI, robotics, and infrastructure for the waste and recycling industry, has introduced two new high-diversion production facilities based on its infrastructure model for advanced secondary sortation. The company-owned facilities, located outside of Atlanta and Cleveland, are designed to economically process and aggregate low volumes of difficult-to-recycle mixed plastics, paper, and metals sourced from residue supplied by primary materials recovery facilities (MRFs) and other material providers.
Since July 2020, the 200 skips that collect Toulouse inhabitants’ waste from the 13 waste disposal centers managed by SUEZ have been equipped with embedded artificial intelligence. Under test since 2019, the ffly4u solution has been deployed with the objectives of reducing fuel consumption, optimizing skip flows and reducing costs by optimizing collection resources.