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FTI will be working with their pilot project during 2019 with the goal of increasing the interaction with the recycling stations.
Screens to alarm when bins are full
The digital screen from Mediascreen shows how much trash has been left in the bins along with the most common material. Our screens can be helpful for the people sorting the trash and give them the ability to report a full bin.
Pilot study for an increased amount of recycling
One of the main goals for FTI is to increase the communication with the people recycling, and make it easier for them to leave their opinions.
–“We know that clean and good-looking recycling stations are important to motivate others to recycle more. With these screens, we can also show the statistics of how much has been recycled and which specific materials have been the most common. They also help us spread awareness on how important recycling is in the long run.”
Veronica Foberg Gustafsson, head of public relations at FTI.
The project is collaboratively executed with United Minds and Smart Media Solutions.
About the customer
FTI is an incorporated company that makes sure that as many people as possible recycle as many things as possible. Newspapers are an example of something that is commonly recycled at their recycling stations.
TasksOther than pilot study, installation, supervision, and support, Mediascreen has also presented the software for the screens touch application.
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