Norway’s first AI robotic sorting line opens

By Leila Steed16 March 2021

Waste management company Bjorstaddalen has opened Norway’s first industrial waste sorting station powered by artificial intelligence (AI) robotic technology.

Located to south of Oslo in the municipality of Skien, the full automated station is equipped with robotic arms that can perform up to 6000 picks per hour.

The standalone processing facility is designed to handle C&D and C&I waste and its intelligent sorting robots can recover fractions such as A, B and C wood, non-metals, hard plastics, black plastics and inert materials...Sign in to continue reading.

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