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conveyor and asrs integrated order picking
Our solution can be configured to interface directly with your existing conveyor infrastructure to provide robotic picking directly from a belt or from totes of inventory to assemble outbound orders. Inventory items can be served from manual storage locations, traditional conveyor handling systems, or any commercial mini-shuttle or robotic ASRS. In some implementations the system is dropped into an existing goods-to-person type pick geometry where it picks from the bins presented into outbound order containers. In other configurations our engineered electromechanical hardware is used to create the pick-put-pack order assembly stations. In either case, the system learns and continuously auto-adjusts speed and grasp for every product to accommodate variations in item packaging, weight, and dimensions.
Mobile Robotic Picking for Omni-channel
Our mobile robotic solution transforms your order selection operation using a completely new approach. Pick eCommerce, pick-up-at-store and store replenishment orders using a single solution that consists of mobile FlexBots, robotic AutoPick stations, ManualPick stations and supporting infrastructure. With this solution, every inventory item is available to be picked at any pick station to fulfill any order at any time. Products and orders can be sequenced to support a number of fulfillment strategies due to the flexible nature of the solution. Inventory totes and outbound order containers are inducted into the system at any time. As orders flow into the system for processing from your WMS or other enterprise system, FlexBots carry the totes and outbound order containers around the FlexField where items are picked at the AutoPick stations. Inventory control and overflow picking is accommodated by workers at ManualPick stations. The entire solution operates as a coordinated system to process every order faster, more accurately, and more efficiently than traditional solutions.
A web-based management dashboard for tracking work progress on desktops and mobile devices is a standard component of the solution. Picks-per-hour, order completion status, and a record of every item picked is captured and presented for the customer to remotely monitor. There are also push notifications related to order completion status and inventory availability for each pick cycle.
Pick apparel, health & beauty, hardware, housewares, toys, grocery, and non-perishables.
Pick individual poly-bags, cardboard, plastic, clamshells, fabric, bottles, loose items, and irregular shapes.
Easy to implement with a phased rollout in any facility.
3X faster than manual picking.
“Plug in” to existing automated and non-automated operations.
Minimize manual labor in your most labor-intensive processes.
THE SECRETS OF ROBOTIC PICKING
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