Doing More with Less in the Rapidly Evolving Fulfillment Industry

Labor shortages, demand fluctuations, and tighter budgets have more companies looking to automation to safeguard operations from this variability. However, human workers play a vital part in keeping order fulfillment cycle times low.

A look Into HDS Global's Ultra-Lean, Hyper-Personalized eCommerce Fulfillment Model

Integral to, and supporting RoboFS is unique technology for automated receiving of incoming goods and their reconfiguration into SKU-specific containers and trays for subsequent high-bay storage and picking.

As the use of robotics and automation increases, so too does the need to protect these valuable assets.

The risk to humans in warehouses is well known with the UK logistics sector reporting around 28,000 non-fatal accidents at work annually but businesses are now realising the risk of safety to highly sophisticated and expensive assets noting that these too require protection.

Growth in the Automation of Distribution and Fulfillment Industry

Many production areas are already extremely short on space, so having a design that allows for streamlined goods-to-person capability is a game-changer. These benefits are combined with our best-in-class energy consumption.

Top Article from 2019 - Advanced Machine Learning Software for Robotic Systems

With labor shortages globally and consumer demand for products increasing, we are seeing the most demand for our system in the material handling space, companies that lease space and technology for e-commerce fulfillment and distribution centers.

5 Ways Robotics Are Changing Retail Fulfillment in 2019

Today's society is one where people expect to buy things online and receive them speedily - often even the same day. The robotics sector has helped companies keep pace with those demands, forever reshaping what's possible in the retail fulfillment landscape.

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Knight Optical - Unlocking Precision for the Robotics and Automation Revolution

Knight Optical - Unlocking Precision for the Robotics and Automation Revolution

In the era of Industry 4.0, automation and machine learning drive the future. Knight Optical stands at the forefront, collaborating globally to supply precision optical components that power the robotics and automation sector. From UAVs, drones, and robotics to machine vision, LiDAR-driven car sensors, and renewable energy, our optics empower innovation. Optical components play an important role within the industry, including: Optical windows and domes safeguard systems in unmanned vehicles while preserving the field of view for cameras. Infrared lenses with aspheric surfaces elevate thermal imaging. Optical filters excel in machine vision, with colour glass, interference, and dichroic filters in our stock. Knight Optical provides stock components and custom solutions made to your exact specs. With every component undergoing rigorous metrology and QA checks before shipment, you are sure to experience true precision, innovation, and assurance.