Free Webinar Recording:


“Our plastics sorter ECOPACK is able to sort up to 6 tons of plastic packaging per hour. This was previously done by six workers.” – Daniel Carrero, Product Manager, Picvisa

Recycling and reusing materials are increasingly important for both environmental and economic reasons. Due to raw material shortages and price increases, recycling has also become more profitable.

Hyperspectral imaging offers an accurate, fast, and reliable machine vision solution for waste sorting and recycling. It improves recycling efficiency, enables workflow automation, and increases the purity of the endproduct decreasing the cost and maximizing the profit.

In this webinar, our Lead Application Specialist, Ph.D., Mathieu Marmion, will discuss the capabilities of Specim FX cameras in sorting different types of waste and demonstrate how the hyperspectral imaging technology can be successfully adapted to industrial sorting.


  • The main advantages of hyperspectral imaging in waste sorting
  • How to explore hyperspectral imaging data and create classification models with SpecimINSIGHT
  • How the SpecimONE spectral imaging platform for sorting works


Machine builders, system integrators, machine vision professionals, plant managers, and technical experts operating in the waste recycling industry.


Mathieu is the Lead Application Specialist at Specim. He holds a double MSc degree in electrical engineering (from INP in Grenoble, France, and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway), as well as a Ph.D. in physical geography (University of Oulu, Finland). Mathieu has worked at Specim for ten years.


Specim is the leading global supplier of hyperspectral imaging solutions. We offer the broadest range of hyperspectral cameras, imaging spectrographs, software systems, and accessories to serve machine builders, integrators, industry OEMs, research, and government organizations.

With the headquarter in Finland, sales offices in the US, China, and Germany, and a worldwide partner network, we operate all around the world. Specim has been a part of Konica Minolta’s Group since 2020.