|Sponsor||Material Handling Systems Inc. (MHS)|
|Date||Monday, March 28, 2022|
|Time||12:45 PM - 1:30 PM|
The pace of change in materials handling automation keeps accelerating, and the progress of enabling technologies like machine vision, motion planning and grasping are major drivers. But operations have important questions when it comes to this relentless advance of technology, including what manual processes might finally be possible to automate, how existing solutions can be improved and perhaps most importantly, when these technologies will be ready to make a real-world impact. This education session brings in Dr. Dan Popa from the University of Louisville’s Automation and Robotics Research Institute alongside MHS Robotics experts to address these topics and more.
- What key enabling technologies for automation and robotics are on the horizon
- How these technologies could provide enhanced capabilities to real-world warehouses
|Dr. Dan Popa||University of Louisville|
Seminar sponsored by Material Handling Systems Inc. (MHS).