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Want to see beyond the glitch? Want to see beyond the glitch?

the e-waste crisis

The rapid rise of e-waste, expanding three times faster than the global population, comes with alarming consequences for our world’s most vulnerable. Millions of children, adolescents, women and men are toiling in e-waste dumps. They extract precious metals like gold and copper through hazardous methods, exposing themselves to toxic chemicals like mercury, lead, and dioxins. Shockingly, only 17.4% of the 53.6 million tonnes of e-waste produced in 2019 were properly managed or recycled. We Need to Rewrite the Algorithm.

Start your Journey into the Future of E-Waste Recycling at Ecomondo 23.

Robotic Weee Dismantling


Human-robot cooperation is the key to solve the challenges innate to the dismantling of flat monitors and TVs screens, which arrive day after day for disposal at WEEE recycling plants. The Hiro TEIA robotic system exploits the most innovative robotics, computer vision and artificial intelligence solutions to treat more than 60 monitors and TVs per hour, ensuring 99% of valuable materials recovery. Hiro TEIA is designed to adapt to the disassembly of any type of monitor or television, even those that have never been processed before by the system.

E-Waste economic evaluation using A.i.


Hiro NISA utilizes artificial intelligence to identify the components and valuable materials on each printed circuit board, allowing for precise value-based separation according to the user’s specific policy. Hiro NISA has been trained with thousands of pictures of printed circuit boards and their mounted components, enabling it to autonomously recognize them with a high degree of accuracy, making the PCBs recycling process more efficient and effective.



Hiro Robotics - Robots for WEEE Recycling