Terex Recycling Systems and ZenRobotics gear up for IFAT

Terex Recycling Systems and ZenRobotics want to unveil their latest environmental innovations to a global audience at IFAT.
Copyright: ZenRobotics

Juha Mieskonen, Sales Director of ZenRobotics and Terex Recycling Systems stated, “The 2024 edition of IFAT marks the first time that ZenRobotics will be exhibiting as a Terex brand, and together we will present a holistic approach to waste management solutions. Our Heavy Picker gripper will be on display for visitors to see why it is the pinnacle of robotic sorting technology, and we are also looking forward to explaining how the upgraded features and Artificial Intelligence (AI) on our recently launched ZenRobotics 4.0 improves the efficiency of waste sorting operations. We invite visitors to witness effective waste management, where automation and innovation meet to drive sustainability forward.”

When applied to the ZenRobotics Heavy Picker and Fast Picker robots, ZenRobotics 4.0 brings higher standards to waste sorting technology, offering heightened safety, efficiency, and vast customisation. The upgraded AI technology includes an advanced recognition system to empower the robots to identify over 500 waste categories.

Terex Recycling Systems will build on their progress since their debut at IFAT 2022, including the installation of their first C&D Waste recycling plant in the UK and Fines Treatment line in Norway. Visitors are encouraged to visit the team to discuss their growing product range, with introductions such as the TTS-620SE Static Electric Trommel and the soon-to-launch TDSV20SE Shredder. Another highlight will be a 3D model representation of a Terex Recycling Systems C&D sorting plant, where visitors will be able to learn about modular recycling plant equipment that enhances quality and efficiency for Material Recycling Facilities, collaboratively with robotic sorting from ZenRobotics.

Hall B5, booth 405/504


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.