Robotics X
Recycling

The newest industrial technologies can help changing how we deal with waste treatment and recycling , by optimizing the share of noble materials that can be recovered, multiplying the throughput and improving operators’ working conditions.

robotics x recycling

The newest industrial technologies can help changing how we deal with waste treatment and recycling , by optimizing the share of noble materials that can be recovered, multiplying the throughput and improving operators’ working conditions.

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WeEE treatment

Robotics solutions to recover noble materials from WEEE waste

We believe that now more than ever before all modern technologies, from robotics to industrial machine vision, can be reshaped and adapted to be applies to the world of waste treatment and recycling.

Together with key partners in the industry, we challenge ourselves every day toward developing new lines and robotics systems never designed before. Our projects aim to improve the operators’ working conditions, to avoid the dispersion of toxic compounds, to optimize the amount of recovered and reusable materials and to overall improve the profitability of the recycling structures, so that the waste of tomorrow can be correctly handled.

Robotics for WEEE Waste

Robotics solutions to recover noble materials from WEEE waste

We believe that now more than ever before all modern technologies, from robotics to industrial machine vision, can be reshaped and adapted to be applies to the world of waste treatment and recycling.

Together with key partners in the industry, we challenge ourselves every day toward developing new lines and robotics systems never designed before. Our projects aim to improve the operators’ working conditions, to avoid the dispersion of toxic compounds, to optimize the amount of recovered and reusable materials and to overall improve the profitability of the recycling structures, so that the waste of tomorrow can be correctly handled.

FPD Dismantling

Human-robot co-operation is the key to solving the challenges innate of the dismantling of flat monitors and TV screens, which day after day arrive for disposal in the RAEE treatment plants.

The solution offered by Hiro Robotics allows increasing the count of monitors handled, optimizing the amount of recovered materials and preserving health and safety of the operators.

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Percentage of recovered valuable material
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Percentage of saved cycle time
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seconds for treating a monitor

REMOVAL OF SCREWS FROM THE EXTERNAL CASE

The first step of the system leverages computer vision and artificial intelligence to remove the screws from the external case of the monitor. The robot is able to identify and locate screws of any size, color, or shape, on any model of screen even if it’s the first time it processes it.

REMOVAL OF THE PLASTIC FRAME

The step dedicated to frame removal is composed by an industrial robot, picking the screen and placing it on the machine which performs the actual removal of the frame. Once the frame has been dislodged, it only takes the operator a few seconds to take the external case away.

REMOVAL OF SCREWS FROM INTERNAL COMPONENTS

The last step of the robotic line is devoted to removing the screws internal to the monitor. This process frees the printed circuits and all other components, making the final work of separating each material much easier and faster for the operator.

FPD Dismantling

Human-robot co-operation is the key to solving the challenges innate of the dismantling of flat monitors and TV screens, which day after day arrive for disposal in the RAEE treatment plants.

The solution offered by Hiro Robotics allows increasing the count of monitors handled, optimizing the amount of recovered materials and preserving health and safety of the operators.

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Percentage of recovered valuable material
0
Percentage of saved cycle time
0
seconds for treating a monitor

REMOVAL OF SCREWS FROM THE EXTERNAL CASE

The first step of the system leverages computer vision and artificial intelligence to remove the screws from the external case of the monitor. The robot is able to identify and locate screws of any size, color, or shape, on any model of screen even if it’s the first time it processes it.

REMOVAL OF THE PLASTIC FRAME

The step dedicated to frame removal is composed by an industrial robot, picking the screen and placing it on the machine which performs the actual removal of the frame. Once the frame has been dislodged, it only takes the operator a few seconds to take the external case away.

REMOVAL OF SCREWS FROM INTERNAL COMPONENTS

The last step of the robotic line is devoted to removing the screws internal to the monitor. This process frees the printed circuits and all other components, making the final work of separating each material much easier and faster for the operator.

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The new Robotic line for the automated treatment of TV screens and flat monitors developed by Hiro Robotics is operational at the “Durable Goods Treatment Center” from Amiat, belonging to the group Iren S.p.a.

Inside the plant, our robots process more than 2.5 tons of FPD each day, supporting the employed operators in carrying out their daily tasks.

The new Robotic line for the automated treatment of TV screens and flat monitors developed by Hiro Robotics is operational at the “Durable Goods Treatment Center” from Amiat, belonging to the group Iren S.p.a.

Inside the plant, our robots process more than 2.5 tons of FPD each day, supporting the employed operators in carrying out their daily tasks.