Sneaker and Sportswear Retailer's New Mezzanine and Ground Floor Feature ResinDek Robotic Flooring

As directed by the facility's warehouse management software (WMS), a fleet of 142 AMRs continuously delivers mobile shelves to associates at workstations equipped with light directed picking modules on both floors.

ABB unveils its innovative mobile robot with Visual SLAM AI-technology and AMR Studio® Suite

Equipped with Visual SLAM, ABB's AMR T702 trolley robot offers increased speed, accuracy and autonomy in navigation and logistics. Integration with ABB's AMR Studio software allows new users to easily configure AMR routes and jobs.

How to Handle Post-Holiday Returns with Warehouse Automation

For retail warehouses, processing this flood of returns tests capacities and efficiency. But technologies like warehouse automation and robotics can transform returns management into a streamlined operation.

Introducing Titan, Amazon's new mobile robot that can lift up to 2,500 pounds

Amazon is deploying a new robot to take on the extra-heavy lifting in its fulfillment centers. The new technology called Titan is a mobile robot, which means it will help carry products across our fulfillment centers, supporting safety and efficiency in our operations.

Preparing Your Facility for Mobile Robots: Key Considerations for Seamless Integration

Successful AMR implementation requires careful consideration of several key factors: space analysis, floor conditions, and environmental factors, among others.

Important Trends Impacting the AMR Space

As enterprises transition to 5G wireless networks, which are built specifically to move even more data more quickly and more accurately, AMR performance will make a huge leap, with faster, more precise decisions about the paths they take within the facility.

Transforming Manufacturing Processes with AMRs: Boosting Efficiency and Adaptability

One of the key advantages of AMRs lies in their adaptability. Manufacturing processes often require frequent changes, reconfigurations, or repositioning of equipment and materials. AMRs can quickly and easily adapt to these changing requirements.

Geek+ drives automation of advanced BMW-producing plant in China

Geek+ brings its AMR expertise to premium car manufacturer BMW Brilliance Automotive's vehicle production facility to strengthen digitalization and end-to-end value chain.

Solving Manufacturing Challenges with Autonomous Mobile Robots

At its simplest form, the AMR market is split into two segments - manufacturing and intralogistics. Because of the wide range of tasks required in numerous industries, there are often specific robots optimized for one environment.

AI-powered Perception Engine for Mobile Robots

Perception Engine, provides mobile robots with advanced perception capabilities. It delivers a revolutionary way of learning an environment and performing localization, obstacle detection, mapping, free space detection and other, higher levels of perception.

10 Key Questions to Evaluate AI-Powered Automation

Selecting the right AI-powered automation for your e-retail warehouse or parcel fulfillment center is an important decision with long-lasting implications.

Enabling AMR Customer Success Through Inductive Charging Technology

Mobile robot OEMs and end users must find reliable ways to keep vehicles active. Inductive wireless charging is emerging as the new power supply standard for mobile robots and industrial e-vehicles.

12 Ways Companies Are Automating Workflows With Mobile Robots

AMRs can pick up waste (scrap material, packaging, manufacturing by-products) from various points throughout the facility and automatically take it to the nearest waste disposal zone.

AMRs in Fleet Operation and Test Deployment

Manufacturing companies are turning to AMR support in increasing numbers, not just on a small scale, but the interest in entire AMR fleets is gaining significant traction.

Innovation in Mobile Robots for Warehouse Automation

The software is where the real magic is, though, at ForwardX. Our f(x) Fleet Manager is constantly improving using deep learning AI that analyzes every input and creates the most efficient process when dispatching AMRs for large orders or multiple orders.

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