Vecna Robotics, a developer of AMRs, recently hosted a webinar in its Material Handling Automation Mythbusters series.
DHL is already involved in nine operational AutoStore warehouse projects, and the companies said they have four more in the planning stage.
ForwardX Robotics introduces the Max 1500-L Slim, a high-capacity AMR for warehouse logistics and manufacturing, featuring 360-degree vision, obstacle detection, precision docking, and material handling tasks.
FORTNA has combined its supply chain expertise with Geek+’s mobile robots for greater efficiency for warehouse operators.
Humanoids offer the potential flexibility and scalability to be used within existing warehouse operations alongside the human workforce to help pick, move and sort goods.
Stretch’s new ability, called Multipick, will improve the robot’s productivity to keep up with busy warehouses.
Fleet manager can train more efficient routes for their mobile robots, plan optimized schedules, and identify areas that need additional attention.
Rockwell Automation said AMRs “are the next frontier in industrial automation and transformation, and this acquisition will supercharge Rockwell’s lead in bringing the connected enterprise to life.”
Robust.AI offers an autonomous warehouse cart that pairs with its autonomous mobile robot (AMR) software suite.
AutoStore announced that it launched a pay-per-pick service option that aims to lower the entry price point of its ASRS product.
A decade after its acquisition of Kiva Systems, Amazon has announced its first fully autonomous mobile robot, Proteus.
Infinity joins OPEX’s two other robotic systems, Sure Sort, a sorting system, and Perfect Pick, a goods-to-person picking robot.
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Boston Dynamics’ Stretch robot can handle up to 50 lbs and is available for installations in 2023 and 2024.
City of Industry, Calif.-based Whiplash provides scalable e-commerce and omnichannel fulfillment solutions to more than 250 brands.
The A42T telescopic AMR has an industry leading reach of 10 meters.
Berkshire Grey extends its product offerings to help cover holiday surges
Fabric micro-fulfillment solutions enabled Israeli-based Super-Pharm to keep up with increased demand during the pandemic.
FlexQube adds Air Specialists to their growing list of dealers in North America.
Fetch Robotics launches a new AMR for pallet transport with the PalletTransport1500. The AMR will utilize Honeywell Intelligrated’s Momentum warehouse execution system software, known as Momentum WES, to manage the workflow.
GreyOrange announced that its GreyMatter operating system and Ranger MoveSmart robots have been implemented in Active Ants’ new e-fulfillment center in Roosendaal, The Netherlands.
In episode 5 of The Mobile Robot Podcast, we interview Mark Messina Geek Plus Robotics Americas Chief Operating Officer.
In episode 4 of The Mobile Robot Podcast, we interview Ash Sharma from Interact Analysis.
Toyota Material Handling announces two new autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) that add the latest in proven automation technology to existing trusted Toyota products.
The integration of Geek Plus’ SLAM powered AMRs streamline Inlaylink’s material distribution flow providing flexibility through real-time visibility.