Locus Robotics partners with integrator Cohesio Group to brings it LocusBots AMRs to retail and 3PL customers in the Australia and New Zealand region.
Clearpath Robotics unit OTTO Motors cited Fortune 500 manufacturer Berry Global Group as an example of how its autonomous mobile robots can help companies worldwide improve productivity.
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The ARMAR-6 humanoid robot, developed by the SecondHands consortium to help warehouse and factory workers, includes advances in machine learning, robotic manipulation, and human-machine interaction.
In a blog post, 6 River Systems CTO Chris Cacioppo explains how his company’s systems, including the Chuck robotic cart, are helping to keep warehouse workers safe during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Mike Harper, an experienced robotics and application engineering executive, is tasked with growing AutoGuide Mobile Robotics through today’s trying business environment and beyond.
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Geek+ said its new C200M autonomous mobile robot can use warehouse space more efficiently and reach farther into shelves, with an extended cargo storage range.
Körber Supply Chain said it brings unique depth and breadth of expertise in technologies such as autonomous mobile robots to simplify supply chain complexity.
The Red Dot international design competition gave two awards to 6 River Systems’ Chuck mobile robot for “incomparable functionality.”
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.
Mobile robotics leader Geek+ and drive and control technology provider Bosch Rexroth said they are collaborating to better serve the global logistics market.
Omron Automation Americas announced FLOW Core, a new software package designed to simplify integration, maximize reliability, and support flexibility in mobile robot applications.
Not only has automation helped Danish wholesaler ICM improve efficiency, but three MiR1000 mobile robots from Mobile Industrial Robots have also improved worker satisfaction.
DHL Supply Chain is one of the early adopters of autonomous mobile robots. It announced in 2018 a multi-year plan to invest $300 million in emerging technologies across its North American operations.
On Day 2 of the MODEX materials handling event, companies continued to announce new partnerships and customer deals that involved autonomous robots.
Waypoint Robotics has integrated its Vector mobile robot with Numina Group’s RDS Batch Bot coordination software. It is also offering the Kingpin system for moving carts.
On the opening day of the MODEX intralogistics show, several robotics companies announced new products and partnerships to help automate materials handling.
Looking to provide assistance for piece, case and pallet picking operations, Fetch Robotics and Zebra announce an integrated robot/software collaboration.
MODEX will be the launch pad for supply chain solutions from Universal Robots, including the Quick Development Kit and a palletizer and de-palletizer.