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How to sort, how not to sort?

The market for the robotic sorting of waste is expected to grow by nearly 16.5% growth every year until 2024, according to Goldstein Research.

When it comes to smart sorting solutions, there is still much to come – and much to learn about. The latest developments and innovative projects in this field will enjoy centre stage at the upcoming Sensor-Based Sorting & Control Conference in Aachen (Germany) from 17-18 March.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • advancements in multi-sensors
  • improvements in single-particle detection
  • new methods of data processing and particle analysis
  • applications of sensor systems for online monitoring and process control
  • optimisation of periphery processes

The two-day event was previously held in 2018, when it drew an international crowd of specialists from more than 24 different countries. The programme includes speakers from the recycling and mining industries as well as the scientific community.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to discuss cutting-edge technologies at a networking dinner in the historical ballroom of Aachen’s Altes Kurhaus.

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