Amp Robotics Corp., a developer of artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and infrastructure for the recycling industry, has opened a new headquarters in Louisville, Colorado. The new location will consolidate staff from the company’s previous offices in Louisville and Bloomfield, Colorado into a modern facility of approximately 84,000 square feet.
Amp says the new facility has manufacturing and production operations where it assembles AI-guided robotic systems and ships them to recycling facilities around the world. Additionally, the company said its new headquarters will include a research and development ( R&D) capabilities are also included. .
According to the company, the lab will serve as a demonstration center for Amp’s technology, replicating the environment of materials recovery facilities (MRF) and plastic recycling facilities to study and continuously improve the identification and classification of recyclable materials. I’m here. Amp says its demonstration center allows customers and partners, including brands and packaging manufacturers, to experiment with the latest advances in AI and robotics to influence material recovery.
Amp Founder and CEO Matanya Horowitz said: “We are very excited to be building technology here in Colorado, where the state’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant program is starting with just a few people with a vision of how artificial intelligence can transform recycling. , Amp was able to get on track, and I think our journey is an example of what is possible in this state.”
Colorado Governor Jared Polis said: Accessible.
Amp says it employs dozens of mechanical, electrical, and software engineers, as well as assembly and installation technicians, reliability engineers, project managers and engineers, field service technicians, and supply chain specialists. . Since its inception in 2014, the company estimates that its technology has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 5 million tons. This equates to him removing over a million cars from the road.
“This modern, inclusive and thoughtfully designed space fits the way we work together and seek to serve our customers, with many opportunities for teamwork and creativity.” says Beth Dec, Amp’s VP of People. “Headquartered in Colorado, we are committed to attracting and retaining Colorado’s top talent to contribute to our mission of making the world leaner.”