ShipHero, a shipping and logistics platform, announced that it would implement inVia Robotics’ robotic system at two more fulfillment centers.
This pilot aims to streamline handoff from warehouse inventory robots to picking robots so that businesses can automate and scale up e-commerce operations, despite a national manual labor shortage.
inVia deploys its systems under a robotics-as-a-service model, enabling customers to pay according to the productivity levels they desire.
inVia Robotics’ channel partner program is designed to supplement direct selling initiatives.
inVia Robotics and Rufus Labs announce a strategic partnership by which inVia solutions leverage the Rufus Labs wearables to enhance warehouse worker productivity.
Cascade Orthopedic Supply selects inVia Robotics to improve throughput in its West Coast distribution center
Gnarlywood selects inVia Logic to help improve the throughput of their warehouse, in one of the first deals for inVia where there are no robots involved initially.
inVia Robotics today announced Cargo Cove has chosen inVia’s AI-driven optimization software to accelerate digital transformation in its Jacksonville, Florida facility.
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.
See how inVia designs optimal warehouse automation systems and fulfillment workflows to meet your unique business needs.
inVia Robotics announces that it has added social distancing to its inVia Logic software and inVia PickMate user tool. The software shows the location of humans and robots in the warehouse.
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.
inVia deploys additional robot fleets at Rakuten Super Logistics warehouses inVia Robotics announced today the expanded deployment of its Picker autonomous mobile robots (AMR) in additional Rakuten Super Logistics (RSL) warehouses across the United States. The first warehouse of the expansion is already in operation, having gone live in Las Vegas, Nevada earlier this year.…
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.…
New funding will support expansion LOS ANGELES, CA – August 1, 2018 inVia Robotics announced today that they have secured $20 million in series B funding. In total, inVia has received $29 million to date. The Series B round was led by Point72 Ventures and included investments from Upfront Ventures and Embark Ventures . The…
InVia Partners with Rakuten (May 9, 2018) InVia Robotics announced a new customer today. Rakuten Super Logistics is one of the largest 3PL providers in the US and they have selected InVia Robotics AS/RS solution to help automate their US warehouses. The announcement highlights a recent pilot deployment of the InVia solution at the Rakuten Las…
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…