As consumers demand faster delivery, micro-fulfillment offerings could transform physical stores.
Enormous opportunities exist for companies looking to improve efficiencies and save money on customer delivery.
Highlighting additional news items from the world of robotics during the week.
System uses AI, computer vision and autonomous drones to understand what’s on store shelves.
Customers that are filling orders via robots are expecting anywhere from 2x to 10x the volume compared to 2018.
Updates include streamline integration and automation for replenishment, returns, and cycle counting.
Last-mile delivery robot company continues to expand its offerings on college campuses across the U.S.
Facility to host R&D, manufacturing, and corporate offices for robotics division.
Modular system eliminates dependence on tethered pressurized air lines.
Warehouse software company looks to create robot company partnerships to help with AMR deployments.
Supply chain operator expects to improve efficiency 33% by automating inbound pallet process.
System integrator will offer t-Sort system to warehouse operations looking to automate sortation processes.
New technology center to focus on AI, machine learning, advanced robotics, and computer vision.
AutoGuide provides autonomy for industrial forklifts and mobile tuggers.
Customizing robotics solutions and software the key to success for world’s second-largest logistics company.
Company’s multi-robot RightPick installation to launch at new PALTAC Corp. warehouse.
Creating jobs and expanding opportunities some of the key themes from this year’s conference.
Update will provide connection to universal software platform for warehouse management systems
Rounding up recent developments in unmanned aerial vehicle testing for deliveries, first response, and scientific research.
New applications and robots that continue to shape vertical industries.
Boston-area robotics company celebrates recent growth, new customer relationships in warehouse vehicle space.
Analysis indicates big trends shaping the future of logistics as e-commerce demand continues to skyrocket.
Smart factory in Nanjing, China, to use robots and AI to automate robot production.
Rounding up some of the cool stuff expected at the annual robotics event in Santa Clara, Calif.
New autonomous material handling vehicles are designed for warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing environments.