Even before the advent of the Covid-19, autonomous mobile robot companies, notably those producing robots for use in e-commerce fulfillment centers, factories and warehousing, were experiencing a boom in investment. The pandemic is only accelerating investments in the AMR market.
The RBR50 awards honor technology, business, and market innovations, as well as the robotics and automation organizations worldwide that were responsible for them.
LogisticsIQ expects the overall revenues from the Warehouse Automation Market to increase from US $13 billion in 2018 to reach US $27 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.7% (2019 to 2025).
MODEX 2020 was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but exhibitors and attendees expressed optimism about the supply chain robotics market.
Customers that are filling orders via robots are expecting anywhere from 2x to 10x the volume compared to 2018.
Multi-channel commerce developer to integrate robotics platform to accelerate its growth.
Strategic partnership has ‘Chuck’ mobile robots working with SuperPick piece-picking robot.
Things to do before and after you deploy mobile robots in your warehouse or manufacturing facility.
Complementary system gives workers more accurate sorting options and reduces walking time for human pickers.
University and startup teams will share $300,000 to develop robotics solutions with wireless components.
Robotics industry pioneer Mick Mountz joins RightHand’s board of directors.
Robotics and software company announces new hires, new logistics customers for e-commerce fulfillment operations.
Warehouse robots are helping humans by moving and picking items, as demands rise for e-commerce order fulfillment this holiday season.
Debate around reshoring, companies tackling e-commerce fulfillment with mobile robots, and colleges turning to drone simulation software topped the RBR news cycle in July 2018.
Robotic carts such as Chuck can improve the efficiency of human pickers, combining the order management with the flexibility of human associates, say 6 River Systems executives.
Locus Robotics demonstrates how providers of mobile robots are building products and scaling up to meet warehouse needs.
To meet the demand for fast, efficient e-commerce order fulfillment, collaborative piece picking robots are the goal of many organizations. DHL’s Adrian Kumar discusses how he sees the evolving market.
Whether it’s moving small or large objects around the warehouse, or picking items out of bins with higher accuracy and speed, robots within a supply-chain or logistics operation can help automate delivery processes.
Download: How robots are transforming the warehouse into a modern and strategic asset.
The first week of April saw a shower of AI and robot funding moves, as well as IoT acquisitions.
Whether or not you’ll be attending MODEX 2018 in Atlanta next week, here are some noteworthy exhibitors whose mobile robots are transforming manufacturing and warehousing.
6 River Systems gains venture funding to expand its mobile robotics order fulfillment and warehouse platform.