DoBot Robotics has signed a Letter of Intent with VenHub, a company developing a modular retail platform built on expendable containers.
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Dutch e-commerce order-fulfillment provider Active Ants is using GreyOrange’s GreyMatter software and Ranger MoveSmart robots in its new warehouse.
Sameer Wasson, manager of Texas Instruments’ processor business unit, explains how machine learning is benefiting human-robot collaboration.
San Francisco-based Kindred has partnered with VARGO to incorporate its SORT piece-picking robots with VARGO’s warehouse execution system.
A new solution will combine Fetch’s autonomous mobile robots with VARGO’s warehouse execution software system to enable optimized picking.
Simbe Robotics said Tally 3.0 is the most advanced inventory robot on the market. It includes an updated optical system and enhanced data-processing functions for actionable retail intelligence.
Brain Corp. said that new user-experience design features in its BrainOS software are intended to simplify robotics usage at scale, as grocer Schnuck Markets adds new cleaning robots.
In this RoboBusiness Direct session, Apeksha Kumavat, co-founder and chief engineer of Gatik, will explain how constraining the operational design domain can help autonomous vehicles bring value more quickly.
Schnuck Markets announced that it will use Tally inventory robots from Simbe Robotics in up to 62 locations in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana.
Norway-based AutoStore said its new Router software can improve efficiency in its automated storage and retrieval system for e-commerce order fulfillment.
Locus Robotics said its LocusBot autonomous mobile robots will surpass a quarter-billion picks before Black Friday 2020 as holiday spending moves online.
GreyOrange has patented the algorithms and software it offers with autonomous mobile robots to optimize e-commerce fulfillment.
AutoGuide Mobile Robots said its new high-bay forklift can lift up to 2,400 lb. up to 36 ft., and its new Mobile ASRS uses full autonomy to provide efficiency without the cost of traditional storage and retrieval systems.
Nike wanted to improve efficiency in a Japanese warehouse, and its collaboration with mobile robot service provider Geek+ was so successful that it resulted in a new consulting offering.
Locus Robotics has partnered with Balloon One and Körber to extend its autonomous mobile robot and software offerings through the U.K.
Ingram Micro uses automated storage and retrieval systems, and in one facility, it has to move 40,000 SKUs for a fashion retailer. 6 River Systems’ Chuck is helping.
Not only has automation helped Danish wholesaler ICM improve efficiency, but three MiR1000 mobile robots from Mobile Industrial Robots have also improved worker satisfaction.
On the opening day of the MODEX intralogistics show, several robotics companies announced new products and partnerships to help automate materials handling.
The global market for collaborative robots (cobots) will grow from $710 million in 2018 to $12.3 billion in 2025. While much of that growth will continue in automotive, electronics, and other manufacturing, the safety and flexibility collaborative robots will bring robotics to an ever-wider range of users. Here are some unconventional examples of how cobots […]