Data and collection optimisation

Project presented 

A connected wristband that allows refuse workers to pass on data related to sorting bins. The data is then analysed and interpreted to assist local authorities in optimising their awareness-raising actions. 

The start-up 

Infotri is the brainchild of the research firm Optae. To improve the transmission of information from the field and benefit from the knowledge of refuse workers, Infotri came up with the idea of providing refuse workers with a connected wristband, enabling them to scan sorting bins and flag up any collection anomalies (error, overflow, broken or absence of bin). Infotri's project is ultimately based on 3 types of intelligence: data feedback, data analysis and decision support. What's more, thanks to a centralised server which the community can access, data can be analysed to propose targeted action plans around the collection and sorting process.