MODEX 2018 - supply chain, manufacturing, distribution trade show
Georgia World Congress Center
  Atlanta, GA | April 9-12, 2018
  • MODEX the leading trade show for supply chain, manufacturing and distribution industries

Robotic Piece-Picking from Automated Storage

Sponsored by White Systems

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  • Seminar Number 112
  • Date Monday, April 9, 2018
  • Time 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • Location Theater E
  • Type Seminar

Presented By

Chris Lingamfelter - President
White Systems
clingamfelter@sencorpwhite.com
774-487-6647 (w)

Yaro Tenzer - Co-Founder
RightHand Robotics
info@righthandrobotics.com

 

What You Will Learn

Piece-picking demands are unprecedented due to the rapid growth of the e-commerce industry. No longer are warehouses primarily concerned with moving pallets and cases of items; now, thousands and even millions of different items need to be handled within a single warehouse. Today, robotic piece-picking is becoming possible in practice. Furthermore, integrated into automated storage system it enables “lights-out” order fulfillment reducing the operational costs. In this session, an overview of both a) automated storage retrieval systems and b) the state-of-the-art robotic piece-picking technologies will be provided. Additionally, the session will focus on ways to evaluate the value of integrating robotic piece-picking with automated storage. How can automatic storage increase the efficiency of your warehouse space? How can robotic piece picking increase your throughput capacity? What is the ROI of an integrated system? Lights-out operation warehouses are bound to be in our future; this session will help you understand how to best leverage automation tools to keep your operations competitive.
 

Key Takeaways

-The value of integrating robotic piece picking with automated storage systems from the
perspective of warehouse space efficiency, throughput capacity, and ROI
-What is the state-of-the-art in warehouse automation, specifically in robotic piece-picking?

 

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