What You Will Learn
According to industry experts, there are two primary well-known forces driving investments in technology in the supply chain and logistics industry: Customer demands and workforce shortage. More recent challenges, such as the national warehouse vacancy rate hovering at record lows and warehouses bloated with inventory pulled in from China during 2018 to get ahead of impending tariffs, have emerged creating an even more demanding environment.
For these reasons, proper inventory management—accompanied by the ability to move inventory throughout the supply chain at a high velocity and lower cost—has become a must-have in today’s business climate.
As markets demand not only efficiency but agility and flexibility from supply chains, next-generation models are successfully combining robotics, automation, and digital technologies to drive superior performance.
Since 2014, PINC has pioneered the development and application of inventory robotics technology using autonomous drones for indoor and outdoor use cases.
We will discuss how fortune-500 companies are automating inventory checks and improving accuracy, speed, and safety of collecting warehouse inventory levels using industrial-grade autonomous drones.