The recently upgraded ZRR now comes in a fresh new design, and has new operational features, such as the “Trainable ZRR”. The new feature allows customers themselves to train the robot new fractions, adding to ZRR’s operational efficiency and flexibility.
“One of the main benefits of robotic waste sorting is flexibility. Robots are multitasking machines that sort numerous fractions, small and large, in one go and on one spot. Combine that with unmatched recognition capability of the artificial intelligence, and you have the answer to ever-changing waste streams,” Rainer Rehn from ZenRobotics explains.
”We are witnessing huge interest in robotic waste sorting globally and we’re thrilled to have robots at the show. The waste industry is definitely ready for robots, as operators have realized the potential in creating more value from less waste. This is a technological revolution,” Rehn concludes.
Ifat 2016: Hall C1, booth 215