Sustainability leaders and others with an interest will have an opportunity to see inside a powerful recycling test program at a virtual event next week.
Phase 2 of the HolyGrail 2.0 initiative is taking place at the Amager Resource Centre (ARC) in Copenhagen. In this phase, software model and identification parameters are developed. The system is then tested for sorting based on digital watermark detection speed, accuracy, and detection efficiency.
HolyGrail 2.0 members and non-members are invited to an Open House on November 18. Participants will have a virtual tour of the ARC sorting facility and be presented the latest findings of the semi-industrial trials.
As the selected provider for the digital watermarking technology behind HolyGrail 2.0, we are working with Pellenc ST and Tomra to develop detection modules for their respective sorting hardware. Demonstration of the Pellenc sorting unit will take place during the Open House at ARC.
With the ongoing semi-industrial testing phase, we’re one step closer to our collective goal of achieving a circular economy. Be sure to register for the virtual Open House taking place November 18: https://www.digitalwatermarks.eu/openhouses