Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) Launches Agile, Fast-Charging MiR250 to Take on Demanding Requirements and Tight Spaces
Danish manufacturer of collaborative autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) launches faster, shorter and narrower robot to easily navigate through tight industrial spaces such as door openings, small elevators and under tables
Denmark-based robotics company ROEQ launches three new products simultaneously with the reveal of Mobile Industrial Robots' new MiR250 mobile robot at one of the world's largest logistics expos, MODEX 2020. ROEQ's new cart, adapter and top module work seamlessly with the MiR250, providing a fully automated workplace flow.
KNAPP and Covariant Introduce the Pick-it-Easy Robot, Powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) to North American Market
New Robotic Solution to Automate Order Picking is Transformational and Flexible; Applicable Across a Variety of Sectors Including Healthcare, Retail and Grocery
MATE exoskeleton has been designed to improve work quality in an efficient and highly ergonomic manner by providing consistent and advanced movement assistance during prolonged overhead, as well as daily tasks.
Numina Group joins forces with Waypoint Robotics to launch Innovative Autonomous Batch Cart Order Fulfillment Solution
AMRs REDUCE OPERATOR WALK TIME AND FATIGUE IN WAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
"We are taking a 360-degree approach when it comes to warehouse automation, and are proud to provide fulfillment management solutions that facilitate every step of the process for our customers," said Fergal Glynn, VP of Marketing at 6RS. "MODEX attendees can see our solutions firsthand and gain a better understanding of how our collaborative and flexible automation can empower warehouse operators."
GreyOrange Omnichannel Fulfillment and GreyMatter Command Center Featured as AI-Driven Software and Smart Robots Work Together at MODEX 2020
Demonstrations at MODEX2020 Booth 12012, GWCC, March 9 - 12, 2020
Agreement Brings True End-to-End Solutions for Supply Chain Operations
Increase productivity by integrating robotics and On Demand Packaging systems
The Max-N15 extends AutoGuide's family of flexible, safe and easy-to-deploy high-payload AMRs for multiple manufacturing and warehouse material handling tasks, with a single robot base
Faced with customer demand for more customization, Sunview turned to OTTO self-driving vehicles as part of factory modernization
Brain Corp and Dane Technologies Partner to Build Autonomous Delivery Solutions for Retail and Manufacturing Environments
Under the partnership, Dane Technologies will license BrainOS®, a cloud-connected operating system for commercial autonomous robots, and begin building the delivery robots in Q2 2020. The two companies will pilot the robots with several major retailers this spring.
Ecentria DC. automates Illinois warehouse with inVia's Robotics-as-a-Service platform to help keep pace with increasing order volume
Combined power of Fetch AMRs and Zebra FulfillmentEdge™ software optimizes picking across multiple orders while dynamically orchestrating workers and robots
Company expands its suite of automated solutions to advance incremental automation
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Quest is a leading manufacturer of industrial automation equipment focusing on robotics and vision-guidance. With expertise in the food, beverage, and dairy, Quest optimizes floor space for customers experiencing growing demand and helps improve their overall production line flexibility and efficiency. Quest offers application-specific software on their robotic products, including pick and place, case packing, and palletizing systems to simplify system setup and streamline configurability. Quest is a product brand of ProMach, a global leader in packaging line solutions.