Automation at the service of the environment

automating waste sorting

Siléane's agile, adaptive robotics make total sense in these environments.

Working not only in a random context, and then beyond that into the unknown, is often a challenge in your industries. The artificial intelligence techniques we have been working on since 2013 have made it possible to “boost” our robots so that they work not only in a random context, but beyond that in unknown environments. This is how we have risen to your challenge, and will continue to develop these cutting edge technologies.

We allow the robots to make their own decisions on how to pick up a part or achieve a trajectory.

We also allow them to advance progressively from their successes and failures to improve their performance, once again by themselves, and adjust their parameters in the best way possible as their experience grows.

Waste sorting

What is more random or unknown than the picture of a pile of waste?
Indeed, there are no digital models of waste! So for the robot it involves knowing how to handle something for which it doesn’t know the shape!
Our KAMIDO and FLOWPICK machines now respond perfectly to some problems relating to sorting different materials in a continuous flow.

The advantage: the robot may be fitted with several grippers and chose the one it will use in real time so as to pick up the object/waste it is presented with! In sum, a many-handed, intelligent, adaptive robot!



Construction is one thing: deconstruction is another!

Here again we combine robotics, vision and artificial intelligence to build intelligent machines. As a result of these technologies, which have been mastered and developed by our teams, we build intelligent machines with the ability to analyse a product, their environment in real time and to organise deconstruction/dismantling. These cutting edge products are highly confidential, as you will understand. They represent a significant investment in terms of development time, and specific engineering resources. However, they make it possible to manage complex, previously unseen situations for the recycling and nuclear environments.