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76) Digitization of Transportation and Logistics in the New Customer-Centric World
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location DC Velocity’s Transportation & Logistics Theater Sponsor Blue Yonder

Transportation and Logistics have been hot boardroom topics, as manufacturers, retailers, and 3PLs are looking to innovate and improve competitiveness. For example, the order volume surge due to e-commerce and customer-centricity are driving up complexities and costs throughout the distribution network. ...

77) How the Cloud is a Change Agent for Warehouse Robotics
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Emerging Technologies Theater Sponsor Zebra Technologies Corp.

The cloud has transformed many different industries, companies and applications, so why would robotics be any different? While “lifting and shifting” basic functionality such as fleet management, analytics, and workflow development to the cloud is valuable from an availability and uptime perspective, ...

78) Preparing for the Next Generation Workforce
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater A Sponsor Honeywell Safety & Productivity Solutions

The labor shortage isn’t a new issue for supply chain operations, but the effort to attract and retain, both leadership and hourly positions has become increasingly challenging since the pandemic. This session aims to address the workforce challenges holistically and focus on how process digitization, ...

79) RMI (Rack Manufacturers Institute) of MHI Presents: Planning Your Rack System - Traditional and E-Commerce
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater H Sponsor MHI

As ecommerce becomes the norm in warehousing and distribution, the need to adapt storage and retrieval systems is imminent. RMI industry experts will share how rack system designs are changing to meet the requirements in the ecommerce world.

80) Autonomous Mobile Robots
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater I Sponsor Tennant Company

As the world begins to emerge from the pandemic and starts to return to a sense of normalcy, some learnings will continue. An example of that is employee’s desire to have an increased level of cleanliness in the workplace. Door handles, faucets, and other high-touch surfaces will continue to require ...

81) Technological Enhancements for Increasing Automation in Supply Chain Operations
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Micro-Fulfillment Sponsor Honeywell Intelligrated

Although most distribution and fulfillment (D&F) operations would like to automate more, many hold back because of the complexities involved. A key concern is how to integrate robotic material handling equipment (MHE) and automated storage solutions. The good news is that autonomous controls systems ...

82) Is Micro-Fulfillment Right for Me?
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater J Sponsor KPI

Today’s customers expect rapid order processing and fast delivery, requiring warehouse professionals to efficiently fulfill products as close to the end consumer as possible. There are several automated solutions that can enable this, including technologies for micro-fulfillment: one of the most talked ...

83) Green hydrogen solutions are changing the supply chain for the better
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater C Sponsor Plug Power

Increased productivity, lower operational costs, reclaimed commercial space, and zero emissions sustainability – sound too good to be true? Join us to learn how facilities both large and small in all links of the supply chain – from manufacturing to middle and last mile - are moving their businesses ...

84) Why DOM and OMS Are the Keys to Omnichannel Fulfillment
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater D Sponsor enVista

Need to optimize omnichannel order orchestration and fulfillment, customer service and order profitability? An omnichannel order management system (OMS) is required. OMS is the only solution to drive both top and bottom line revenue, as well as omnichannel agility and customer service. In this session, ...

85) Achieving Customer Satisfaction in the New Normal of E-Commerce
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater F Sponsor PSI Engineering

E-commerce growth trends are radically changing the landscape of the packing and shipping areas of a Business to Consumer distribution center. It is important to focus on the entire process to fully understand how to meet the ultimate objective which is to satisfy customer expectations. The fundamental ...

86) Intelligent Robotics for the Modern Warehouse
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Emerging Technologies Theater Sponsor Mujin Corp.

Logistics facilities have a need for more intelligent robotic systems, which are value-adding, production-ready, and reduce the cost of the overall material handling solution. The next generation of robots should be capable of perception, awareness, and autonomous decision-making, which will allow companies ...

87) Sustainability of Labor: Interoperability Between Your Logistical Arena and the Workforce
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater A Sponsor Grenzebach Corporation

The entire Supply Chain industry is undergoing rapid change and expansion. The warehouse and manufacturing automation market is set to reach more than 27 billion USD by 2025. The main drivers behind the increase are a rise in e-commerce (warehouse) and the challenge of sourcing skilled labor (manufacturing ...

88) DC Optimization: Automation or Workforce? Why not both?
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater H Sponsor Miebach Consulting Inc.

With the current labor shortages, companies are looking for ways to increase productivity, or just get back to pre-COVID levels and maintain them. The knee jerk reaction would be to introduce automation for certain areas, but that may not be the best solution, and often comes with a high price tag. Optimization ...

89) MHI’s SLAM (Scan, Label, Apply, Manifest) Industry Group Presents - Best Practices in the Last 100 Feet of Fulfillment
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Theater I Sponsor MHI

MHI's newest Industry Group is called SLAM (Scan, Label, Apply, Manifest). Often the last steps in the fulfillment process can make or break your operations. Members of SLAM will present lessons learned and best practices when implementing the technologies and solutions that take your orders from the ...

90) Beyond the Risk Assessment: What Happens Next?
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 29
Location Micro-Fulfillment Sponsor Wieland Electric Inc.

This seminar provides a real-life step-by-step analysis of the application of risk mitigation strategies to a palletizing cell. This scenario is applicable to many manufacturing and distribution scenarios where a palletizing or box packing robot needs to be safe. After defining the PLr, you will review ...

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