Geek+’s new virtual booth is part of its efforts to inform customers and provide access to technologies to help them make decisions in a time of current global change and remote work.
Ash Sharma, an analyst at Interact Analysis, explains forecasts of growth in autonomous mobile robots, particularly for e-commerce order fulfillment.
Geek+, a 2020 RBR50 company and developer of autonomous mobile robots, launched its S100C robot that sorts large packages. The S100C robot can support unit sortation, parcel sortation, and bins transportation, making it applicable to many industry scenarios, from 3PLs and distribution centers to cross-docking facilities and airports. The S100C can handle payloads weighing 100 […]
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.
Geek+ announced a global partnership with supply chain technology provider Körber. Geek+ will make its AMRs available to Kӧrber customers.
Geek+ announced that Walmart Chile has deployed its autonomous mobile robots as the logistics automation provider continues its expansion in the Americas.
Kuecker Logistics Group, a material handling systems integrator, will provide Geek+’s autonomous mobile robots to customers in North America.
Geek+, a developer of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for logistics, entered into a strategic partnership with Conveyco Technologies, an order fulfillment and distribution center systems integrators in North America. Under the agreement, Conveyco will now offer Geek+ robotics solutions for its customers in various industries. “We are pleased to be partnering with Conveyco to accelerate […]
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.
Mobile robotics leader Geek+ and drive and control technology provider Bosch Rexroth said they are collaborating to better serve the global logistics market.
Geek+, which first displayed its robots in the U.S. at Modex 2018, has opened an office in California.