Five challenging applications automated with AI-powered robots

Robots equipped with AI vision systems, such as MIRAI, can perceive and adapt to their surroundings. This allows them to handle variance while performing complex tasks, making it possible to automate operations otherwise considered too complex to solve.

Anyware Robotics Emerges from Stealth Mode to Reveal Its Pixmo Robots for Container and Truck Unloading

The Versatile Robots Unload Boxes More Safely, Cost-Effectively, Reliably, and Quickly than Manual Unloading Practices

Dexterity AI and FedEx Unveil First-of-its-Kind Robotics Trailer Loading Technology

Dexterity AI focuses on the complexity of truck loading by giving mobile robots a suite of intelligence ranging from the ability to see, touch, think, and move quickly to pack trailers with stable, dense walls of randomized boxes.

Goods-to-Person Picking Systems

Imagine a warehouse where every item you need is just a few clicks away. That is the beauty of Goods-to-Person Picking Systems (G2P or GTP). These innovative automated systems are revolutionizing the world of order fulfillment

Fulfil Solutions Emerges From Stealth With Revolutionary Robotic Automation to Make Online Grocery Profitable

Fulfil's robot-powered automated store enables The Save Mart Companies to delight customers with accurate grocery orders packed and delivered fast and at ultra-low cost

Intelligent Box Opening Device (IBOD)

You have lots of cartons coming into a typical warehouse, let's say 600 boxes per hour, and razor blades are used to cut these boxes while keeping up with intake speeds. This invites risks and employees still get injured, despite safety precautions.

Tazza! A 3D-Based Robot Pick-and-Place Vision System

The vision system performs three key tasks: scanning in 3D the raw white vessels; analyzing the 3D scans to establish the vessels' size, shape, position; and communicating the results to the cobot so it can accurately reach the teacups as they move along the production line.

Smart Robotics announces the launch of their latest design in Warehouse Automation - the Smart Fashion Picker

This pick & place cobot is designed to pick fashion items of various sizes, materials and shapes - making item picking in warehouses more efficient for the fashion industry.

Berkshire Grey and FedEx Expand Their Robotic Automation Solutions Relationship

The new product development agreement is an expansion of this collaboration and offers new opportunities for the two companies to work together to further increase efficiencies across the FedEx enterprise using AI-enabled robotic automation.

Everything Under Control

In modern systems, "pick-and-place" is performed by automated grippers. They must be able to operate both powerfully and delicately and do so precisely and reliably millions of times over. Increasingly, the necessary power comes from electric motors.

Robot-Ready Conveying Optimizes Pick-and-Place

From a machine builder's point of view, robots can solve many processing and packaging line problems, but the chosen material handling systems supplying the line can reduce the robot's performance.

Parcel: A Lower-Cost Way To Automate Last-Mile Delivery Hubs

Solving the challenge of the last mile using traditional methods, like human teams and traditional automation systems, can require a massive upfront investment of capital and time - and often isn't enough to gain an edge in an already cutthroat market.

Pickle's new robot works with people to get your online orders delivered sooner.

Watch this MIT startup's robot unload a trailer blazingly fast. The secret? Keep people in the picture.

Implementing Piece-Picking Robots into Micro-Fulfillment Centers

In today's e-commerce environment, consumers are purchasing single items with a click and that item-handling task has been pushed back upstream into distribution and fulfillment centers.

Boston Dynamics Unveils New Robot for Warehouse Automation

Stretch's mobile base allows it to go to where repetitive box lifting is required - unloading trucks, building pallets of boxes and order building. Stretch makes warehouse operations more efficient and safer for workers.

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Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

In order to interact with their environment and perform the tasks, lightweight robots, like all industrial robots, depend on tools - and in many cases these are vacuum grippers. These form the interface to the workpiece and are therefore a decisive part of the overall system. With their help, the robots can pick up, move, position, process, sort, stack and deposit a wide variety of goods and components. Vacuum gripping systems allow particularly gentle handling of workpieces, a compact and space-saving system design and gripping from above. Precisely because the object does not have to be gripped, the vacuum suction cupenables gapless positioning next to each other.