Vendor Profile:

InVia Robotics 

InVia Robotics

Headquarters: Westlake Village, CA, USA
Public: NO
Website: https://www.inviarobotics.com/

Products:

  • InVia Picker
  • InVia Logic

Applications:

  • Goods-to-Person
  • Dynamic AS/RS
  • Goods-to-box

Background

The inVia Picker effortlessly picks anything in a tote under forty pounds (40 lbs), whether your bins are filled with packs of gum to a bunch of yoga class weights. Pickers operate as an automated storage and retrieval solution (AS/RS), picking totes, bins, and boxes directly from your existing warehouse shelves. Picker empowers your warehouse team by cutting costs up to 50% and working collaboratively with human operators.  With InVia Robotics, you'll be teaming up to drastically increase your throughput.

inVia Pickers retrieve items directly from the shelf and deliver to pack stations or directly to shipping. Goods to Box is the most cost-effective and innovative approach to automated order fulfillment. SKU's that cannot be directly picked are combined with goods to person or person to goods for the ultimate collaborative robot solution. Goods to box can eliminate almost all "touches" of the product from inbound to outbound

The inVia Optimizer schedules routes for human pickers to decrease the overall travel increasing the efficiency compared to traditional picking methods. Mathematicians and data scientists have long been struggling with “Traveling Salesman Problem” (TSP). 

InVia Robotics works with your existing warehouse management system (WMS). Whether your distribution center faces seasonal swings or continuous growth, our platform seamlessly integrates additional robots for optimized throughput. From implementation to modification to expansion, their subscription-based Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) is all about transformation without disrupting your supply chain.


Recent News for InVia

inVia Robotics Enforces Social Distancing With New Software Features
​​​​Warehouse automation provider inVia Robotics, ​announce​s it has added social distancing ​alerts to help warehouse managers get their staff safely[...]
Year in Review 2019: inVia Robotics
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inVia Robotics Expands Rakuten Super Logistics Deployment to Multiple New Locations
inVia deploys additional robot fleets at Rakuten Super Logistics warehousesinVia Robotics announced today the expanded deployment of its Picker autonomous[...]
InVia Robotics deploys new fleet at Tobi
March 14, 2019 Fast fashion retailer, Tobi announced the deployment of a new fleet of autonomous mobile robots in their[...]
inVia Robotics Raises $20 Million Series B Funding for Warehouse Automation Robots
New funding will support expansion LOS ANGELES, CA – August 1, 2018 inVia Robotics announced today that they have secured[...]
Rakuten Super Logistics Selects InVia Robotics to Improve throughput of their US Warehouses
InVia Partners with Rakuten (May 9, 2018) InVia Robotics announced a new customer today. Rakuten Super Logistics is one of the[...]

About the author 

Mike Oitzman

Mike Oitzman brings 25 years of product management and product marketing experience to the role of publisher and editor for Mobile Robot Guide. Mike is a respected expert in the mobile robot market and is a frequent panel leader and speaker at events and tradeshows.

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