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Cooperation EVK and OP Teknik

Feb 11, 2020 | Branche & Trends, inVISION

Bild: EVK Kerschhaggl GmbH / OP Teknik AB

The Austrian image processing developer EVK and the system integrator OP Teknik from Sweden have jointly developed a solution for robot-based sorting of construction and demolition waste. By combining EVK’s hyperspectral imaging technology with a deep learning approach and OP Teknik’s robot technology, the two companies developed the flexible Selma system for high material throughput and accurate sorting of selected fractions in construction and demolition waste. The system is characterized by its ability to accurately distinguish many heterogeneous materials such as paper, cardboard, wood or even light bulbs.



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