Amp Robotics material characterization software.
Amp Robotics Corp., Denver, has introduced Amp Clarity, an artificial intelligence-powered material characterization software that enables the recognition and classification of recyclables. Features of Amp Clarity include:
- provides real-time material characterization and performance measurement throughout different stages of the sorting process
- powered by the AMP Neuron artificial intelligence platform to find, differentiate and capture high-value grades of recycled paper, packaging and containers
- can help diagnose gaps in processing efficiency
- available via an online web portal that can be accessed through desktop, laptop and mobile devices
Visit https://www.amprobotics.com for more information.
Leibherr LIKUFIX quick-change system.
Switzerland-based Liebherr is increasing the availability of its fully automatic LIKUFIX quick-change system for additional wheel loader models. Features of the LIKUFIX include:
- allows mechanical and hydraulic attachments to be quickly and safely changed from inside the cab
- hydraulic lines are connected automatically, which can help decrease downtime
- hydraulic coupling supported by springs, so the forces that act on the quick coupler are not transferred to the coupling system
- easily accessible moving parts for simpler maintenance
Visit https://www.liebherr.com for more information.
Doosan -7 Series wheel loaders.
Doosan Infracore North America LLC, Suwanee, Georgia, is launching its next-generation wheel loaders, the -7 Series, in the U.S. and Canada. Features of the new series include:
- a standard rearview camera that provides an additional view of the machine’s surroundings and appears on the 8-inch Doosan Smart Touch display
- redesigned heating and cooling system with new outlet locations to optimize air flow in the cab
- stronger, larger axles and a strengthened box frame
- new radiator with fin spacing that is 40 percent wider than previous generations
Visit https://na.doosanequipment.com/en for more information.
Stadler SDC cloud-based platform.
Stadler, Altshausen, Germany, has developed the SDC cloud-based platform, which captures operating and sensor data from sorting plant equipment. Features of the platform include:
- information is securely stored in the cloud and accessible on- or off-site through a web portal
- equally effective in all types of sorting plants and can be implemented at existing plants
- provides an overview of the operation of the sorting plant, with visibility on the individual machines
- analysis of historical data can help to optimize machine performance and reveal opportunities for improvements
Visit https://w-stadler.com for more information.