This partnership enables AHS to implement Berkshire Grey solutions for warehousing and 3PL clients.
Both companies develop automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) and are pursuing the lucrative grocery automation market.
Smart Mixed Case palletizing combines Geek+ AMRs and WSR’s intelligent palletizing algorithm to process multiple outbound orders
Kroger is expanding automation in its Great Lakes Distribution Center leveraging KNAPP intelligent automation.
The Robot Report Podcast sits down with Mike Demko, head of AutoStore’s MFC business, and Interact Analysis’ Jason dePreaux.
Swisslog announces that Toyota Motor North America is planning to install a goods-to-person automation system featuring Swisslog’s CarryPick solution.
Cascade Orthopedic Supply selects inVia Robotics to improve throughput in its West Coast distribution center
Fabric micro-fulfillment solutions enabled Israeli-based Super-Pharm to keep up with increased demand during the pandemic.
UPS Europe successfully deploys a cube-based ASRS solution by Autostore in this use case story.
Caja Robotics announces that they have closed their Series B funding round for $12M.
Hangzhou Hikrobot Technology Co., Ltd. (Hikrobot) is a global manufacturer and supplier of mobile robot and machine vision products. It is committed to continuously promoting the intelligent level of robots and leading the intelligent manufacturing process.
In this episode of The Mobile Robot Podcast, we interview inVia Robotics CEO Lior Elazary. Lior discusses how robots-as-a-service has evolved to help customers improve productivity.
Ocado Group has announced investment in and acquisition of several robotics and material handling companies as it seeks to grow its fulfillment capabilities.
inVia Robotics had a notable year in 2019, with the deployment of over 400 robots to new clients and the growth of their surge (peak) fleet to support spikes in order fulfillment periods.
Israeli robotics startup Fabric, formerly known as CommonSense Robotics, has raised a $110 million Series B round. They are planning to build 14 on-site micro fulfillment centers in the US to enable same-day delivery.
March 14, 2019 Fast fashion retailer, Tobi announced the deployment of a new fleet of autonomous mobile robots in their Reno warehouse today. The fulfillment solution is provided by autonomous mobile robot vendor InVia Robotics. This is a perfect example of the capabilities of InVia to quickly deploy their solution within an existing warehouse footprint.…
Tompkins Robotics Headquarters: Raleigh, NC, USAPublic: NOWebsite:https://www.tompkinsrobotics.com/ Products: t-Sort Applications: Goods-to-Person Dynamic AS/RS Goods-to-box Store Replenishment Parcel Sortation Background The t-Sort system performs much like a tilt tray or crossbelt sorter. However, the unique and exciting difference is it uses free moving, independent robots. This is the equivalent of having a tilt tray with no…
Geek+ Robotics Headquarters: Beijing, China Established: 2015Public: NOWebsite:https://www.geekplus.com/ Quick Overview: Geek Plus (or Geek+) is currently the largest autonomous mobile robot supplier in the world. They have deployed more commercially available robots than any other supplier since their founding in 2015. Geek+ also has the largest product lineup (24 robots) of any supplier, with a…
Fabric (formerly known as Common Sense Robotics), uses autonomous mobile robots to organize and move grocery products in a micro fulfillment system.
InVia Robotics Headquarters: Westlake Village, CA, USAPublic: NOWebsite: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…