Southern California distribution center uses a goods-to-person mobile picking system for increased speed and efficiency.
OSARO’s pick-and-place robots are now compatible with Geek+’s warehouse automation system.
From large funding rounds to more mobile robots being rolled out in unique use-cases, there was no shortage of mobile robotic news to cover in April.
CEVA deployed 27 Geek+ P-series picking robots and five workstations at its Grobbendonk warehouse.
Geek+ robots achieved a groundbreaking milestone of 10 billion pieces picked in a single year.
With robots from Geek+, the fulfillment center has a capacity for over 12 million units and process 3.6 million order per month.
Geek+ plans to use the fresh funding to further expand in the global market and invest in research and development.
Geek+ to debut autonomous mobile robots in the Brazilian market at Elevate Brazil, starting on July 20, 2022.
Geek+ automates picking operations with its P-800 AMRs in Bergler Industrieservices’ logistics center in Erlensee, Germany.
Geek+ and Systemex Automation sign partnership to expand autonomous mobile robot deployments in North America.
Geek+ has teamed up with Reesink Logistic Solutions to deploy AMR technologies in businesses across Europe
The new solution increases number of stores supported by each cross-docking terminal by more than doubling throughput
Geek+’s AMR technology will enable Decathlon to respond to increased e-commerce volume and customer demand for speed and quality.
Global logistics service provider Rhenus in Hong Kong collaborates with Geek+ to co-develop smart logistics solutions through automation of warehousing operations with autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).
Geek+ helps the Chilean e-commerce provider SP Digital in this Case Study.
Geek+ presents revolutionary new Goods-to-Person solution PopPick, and the multi-machine flexible high-density solution, RoboShuttle Next Gen
New “Warehouse of the Future” exhibit in the DHL Asia Pacific Innovation Center explores the possibilities of a completely automated e-commerce solution.
Tote-to-person picking solution designed to maximize warehouse space by reaching up 26.7 feet and supporting payloads up to 529 lb.
Smart Mixed Case palletizing combines Geek+ AMRs and WSR’s intelligent palletizing algorithm to process multiple outbound orders
Geek+ deploys 100 AMRs at a Circle K distribution center to better serve customers all over Hong Kong.
Geek+ Robotics is partnering with Boreal Technologies to expand their channel in South America. The cooperation represents both parties’ commitment to helping early adopters realize a successful transition towards intelligent logistics and manufacturing and advance automation, digitalization, and optimization of supply chain operations across South America.
The future of AI enabled parcel sortation is here, with the Geek Plus robotics system that can be integrated with other technologies to increase visibility across the supply chain.
Geek+ announces a new partnership with AI software provider: Universal Logic. Together, the companies are creating a new goods-to-robot solution.
Geek Plus has launched a new sales tool to help with the sales education process. The new virtual show room is an online, 3D experience that provides the user with an interactive experience.
Robot-as-a-Service or RaaS is a product developed with Geek + robots, systems and AI algorithms, providing an integrated service solution for intelligent warehouse and distribution.