AMP Robotics, a company creating robots that can organize recycling, brought in $91 million in corporate equity in a Series C funding round.
Evergreen uses AMP’s robotic sorters to identify green and clear rPET in post-consumer bales of plastic soft drink bottles.
Carter Schultz of AMP Robotics shares his three rules for making a successful transition from prototype to production.
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The pick-and-place robots can sort materials by color, size, shape, opacity, consumer brand, and more, storing data about each item it perceives.
AMP Robotics’ zero-down, zero-interest lease is intended to make automation more accessible to businesses recovering recyclables for the U.S. supply chain.
AMP Robotics has raised Series A funding for its AI and robotics to efficiently sort trash and make recycling economical.
Single Stream Recyclers is deploying 14 AI-guided robots at its facility in Sarasota, Fla., making it the largest installation of such recycling robots.
Recycling robots such as AMP Robotics’ Cortex can help meet demand for more intensive recycling amid trade disputes. The CEO of Denver-based AMP explains the development of systems specifically for materials handling and sorting of waste.