Innovative Pick-and-Pass feature clusters and directs ecommerce order fulfillment work across multiple levels to deliver optimal throughput
The company is expanding into Europe with a local sales and support office, to service all of its European customers locally.
The two companies offer compatible solutions that will extend Locus Robotics portfolio of solutions.
Locus Robotics adds heavy-duty payload capabilities and new AMR opportunities with acquisition.
The Wilmington, Mass.-based company has raised about $305 million since it was founded in 2014.
In this weeks episode, Steve and Mike discuss the expansion of Waymo service into SF, the recent Locus Robotics milestone – and Steve interviews RightHand Robotics CEO, Yaro Tenzer.
Locus robotics reached a significant milestone, passing the 500 millionth pick this quarter.
DHL Supply Chain is expanding its collaboration with Locus Robotics. By 2022, DHL plans to implement up to 2,000 assisted picking robots globally.
This week, host Mike Oitzman interviews Karen Leavitt, Chief Marketing Officer at Locus Robotics. Locus recently closed their $150M series E funding round, and they passed several milestones during the last 12 months. The growth in e-commerce has had a positive effect on Locus’s business. Karen discusses some of the things that have made Locus a market leader in person-to-goods automation for warehouses and 3PL applications.
Locus Robotics announces $150 million in Series E funding. Locus will use the new investment to further expand its market opportunities around the globe and support ongoing research and development (R&D) to grow and enhance its award-winning, innovative warehouse technology solution.
Locus Robotics announced they have crossed the 200 million units picked milestone. The significant milestone comes during the pre-peak season period leading into the critical Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales period.
Locus Robotics recently surpassed the 200M units picked milestone across their population of deployed customers. This is a significant milestone for warehouse automation.
Locus Robotics announces its expansion into the Australian and New Zealand market with a partnership with leading regional integrator Cohesio Group.
Locus Robotics secures $40M in series D investment to expand in Europe, just as warehouse logistics is set to grow.
The Locus RAD program helps the industry by dramatically simplifying and speeding up the planning and implementation process for evaluating and adding AMR automation.
Locus Robotics today announced that they have achieved a new milestone with the 100 millionth pick by a Locus robot.
Locus Robotics builds its strategic channel with a new partner. May 21, 2019 – Locus Robotics has announced a new strategic integration partnership with Manhattan Associates which makes Manhattan a licensed reseller of Locus solutions. Manhattan Associates are a leading supply chain and omnichannel solutions provider, and the addition of Locus Robotics solutions to their…
Locus Robotics secures a round C investment of $26M
April 8, 2019 – Chicago, IL Locus Robotics announces the launch of its Spring 2019 software and hardware suite. The release features significant new functionality, as well as enhancements to the Company’s multi-bot software, hardware, and user experience (UX). As a whole, the release is designed to further improve productivity, operational flexibility and performance, and…
Several mobile robot companies make the list this year Robotics Business Review has announced their 2018 RBR Top 50 Robotics companies. The list this year includes 16 mobile robot companies. You can download the complete document of the Leading Robotics Companies of the Year on the RBR website. Here’s the list of mobile robot companies…
Locus Robotics customers can now leverage JDA® Warehouse Management to as a WMS solution (May 7, 2018) Locus Robotics announced that they have integrated their robot management solution with the JDA® Warehouse Management. JDA® Warehouse Management is a warehouse management system (WMS) used to coordinate all of the order picking and shipment within the warehouse.…
Locus Robotics help warehouses automate the person-to-goods workflow and improve warehouse associate productivity.
Atlanta, GA – April 10, 2018 – Today, Locus Robotics (www.locusrobotics.com), the award-winning provider of autonomous, collaborative robots for use in e-commerce fulfillment warehouses, announces Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation 3.0™ (LRAN3 or “Puffin”) at the MODEX 2018 show in Atlanta, GA. LRAN3 significantly increases the agility and performance of Locus’s robots in the warehouse, enabling…