RightHand Robotics, a provider of data-driven autonomous picking solutions for order fulfillment, has launched the RightPick 3 item-handling robot system, the latest addition to the company’s RightPick product suite. The RightPick 3 system is the an autonomous piece-picking solution designed with a modular, industrialized hardware design, software APIs and international compliance.
The newest release includes improved picking speeds and the ability to handle a broader range of items, with additional features such as dense packing and damage-free item handling. RightPick 3 is powered by RightPick artificial intelligence and is supported by fleet management software that provides performance dashboards and item management tools.
“The RightPick 3 system achieves an unprecedented level of autonomy with flexibility to be integrated into a wide range of warehouse tasks reliably, despite the inherent variability of picking processes,” said Yaro Tenzer, co-founder and CEO at RightHand Robotics. “This is a significant milestone for integrators as they can offer their customers a robust automation solution with simple plug-and-play on the path towards lights-out order fulfillment at scale.”
The solution is backed by RightCare service and support, with comprehensive programs designed for end customers and integrator partners to ensure 24/7 operations.
About RightHand Robotics
RightHand Robotics builds a data-driven intelligent picking platform, providing flexible and scalable automation for predictable order fulfillment. RightPick, their robotic piece-picking solution, enables retailers to rise up to the new realities of online commerce. RHR was founded in 2015 by a DARPA challenge-winning team from the Harvard Biorobotics Lab, the Yale GRAB Lab, and MIT, intent on bringing grasping intelligence powered by computer vision and applied machine learning to bear on real-world problems. The company is based in Somerville, Mass., outside of Boston.
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