Recent milestones from Plus One Robotics and Locus Robotics show that the warehouse robotics industry is reaching a new level of maturity.
ODW Logistics said its customer faced difficulties due to a combination of low picking density and inadequate order consolidation.
Staples has signed a multiyear agreement with RightHand Robotics, increasing the range and reliability of the RightPick system for rapid fulfillment.
RovoFlex and PickCenter can pick 1,000 items an hour and allow users to easily switch between manual and automatic picking modes, claims TGW Logistics.
RightPick 4 includes enhancements to handle larger items and improve piece-picking autonomy, according to RightHand Robotics.
At Manifest 2024, Locus Robotics will exhibit its Vector mobile robot and discuss cutting-edge warehouse technology.
Lane Automation, which integrated Exotec’s Skypod automated storage and retrieval system, expects 600% improvement in throughput.
RightPick 4 includes enhanced software, upgraded sensors, and redesigned hardware to handle a larger range of SKUs.
RightHand Robotics is seeing the labor crunch, AI’s popularity, and improving integration helping robot picking adoption, says exec.
Locus Robotics has reduced its go-to-market team in the wake of post-pandemic slowdowns, but the company is still growing globally.
Eltra selected a Skypod ASRS from Exotec that is 39 feet high, features 20,400 storage bins, and can pick 600 bins per hour.
Movu Robotics, a developer of warehouse automation designed to ease logistics, has announced a strategic partnership with KPI Solutions, a supply chain consulting, software, systems integration, and automation supplier. The companies said their partnership will combine goods-to-person (G2P) and automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) with operational designs. The result will be customized warehouse systems “that…
Magazino Robotics Headquarters: Munich, GermanyPublic: NOWebsite:https://www.magazino.eu Products: Toru Hako Soto Applications: Goods-to-Person Goods-to-box Background Magazino is one of several mobile robot vendors offering a autonomous machine capable of picking up and dropping off boxes and totes. The machines are designed primarily for goods to person logistics applications and they operate in the warehouse. Magazino has…
IAM Robotics Headquarters: Pittsburgh, PA, USAPublic: NOWebsite:https://www.iamrobotics.com/ Products: Swift Bolt Applications: Goods-to-Person Goods-to-box Logistics Warehouse Background Swift is an autonomous, material-picking robot, offering features like no other. With integrated obstacle detection technology, Swift navigates multiple aisles to move safely and accurately. Swift is capable of picking and transporting products at human-level speeds and enables you…
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…