Challenge: A European fulfillment company was looking to accelerate growth and improve accuracy, flexibility and proficiency in its operations. The company ships millions of packages to more than 250 customers around the world.
Challenge: A multinational fast fashion retailer had separate warehouses for in-store and online fulfillment and was looking to implement an omnichannel model. The company needed to cater to inventory sub-classifications and associated business logic in picking; optimize its downstream operations; improve transportation efficiency; and reduce its dependency on a single warehouse management system (WMS).
The retailer relied solely on manual flow from inbound to outbound, and had no existing framework for opening new warehouses.
InOrbit Inc., a provider of cloud-based robot operations (RobOps) software, announced the launch of a free edition of the platform, allowing companies to manage an unlimited number of robots for free forever.
Honeywell International Inc., a manufacturing and technology company, announced its latest innovation in robotic technology designed to help warehouses and distribution centers automate the manual process of unloading pallets, reducing the operational risks of potential injuries and labor shortages.
InOrbit Inc., a cloud-based robot operations (RobOps) platform, announced the InOrbit platform is fully compatible with robots that implement MassRobotics AMR Interoperability Standard and is helping robotics companies become standard-compliant.
Challenge: A global manufacturer was focused on reallocating labor to reduce product damage and costs. Within its dynamic environment, it was crucial to adhere to safety protocols while improving reliability.