Plus One Robotics Demonstrates Parcel Handling Solution at ProMat 2023 Visitors Can Race Against the Robot in VR Experience
The company’s PickOne solution employs 3D sensors and award-winning AI vision software in conjunction with Plus One’s patent-pending end-of-arm robot grippers to optimize the picking and placing of mixed parcels, bags, and products for high-volume ecommerce fulfillment and distribution centers.
San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 31, 2023 - At ProMat 2023 in booth N7921, Plus One Robotics will be demonstrating its parcel handling robotics platform for warehouse and distribution centers including its Pick One Parcel induction solution and its "Human-In-The-Loop" (HITL) remote supervisor software. These demonstrations include the ability for booth visitors to partake in a Virtual Reality (VR) experience where via a VR headset they will be virtually transported to a warehouse facility to "race against the robot" in a pick and place process.
Plus One's Human-In-The-Loop solution allows remotely located humans to supervise multiple robots from any location, guiding the robot in how to handle exceptions. The AI system learns from this intervention to further improve its capabilities if similar situations occur in the future, helping to minimize downtime and enabling 24/7 fulfillment.
Plus One solutions perform over one million parcel picks each day in production and currently hold an industry-leading metric of half a billion parcel picks globally.
Plus One Technical Seminar at Promat 2023
In addition to booth demonstrations, Plus One engineer Daniel Grollman will also present a seminar on Tuesday, March 31 at 10:15 am in the Robotics Theater titled More Parcels, More Problems - Mitigating Parcel Variability with a Symbiotic Human-AI Vision System. In this session, Dr. Grollman will the long-tailed and shifting distribution of parcels in fulfillment and distribution centers and how utilizing an adaptable, symbiotic human-ai vision system is the best way to approach the realities of volume and variability. Based on the assumption of change, rather than the anticipation of control, humans and AI working together can handle infinite variety as it occurs.
For more information, visit www.plusonerobotics.com.