From materials handling workhorses to AI-driven solutions, these robotics systems boost productivity and improve efficiency.
When it's time to absorb your next audiobook or crack open a book this summer, take a dip into this collection of fresh research, actionable advice, and best practices to refresh your supply chain knowledge.
DHL Supply Chain and Locus Robotics helped Brooks Running meet consumer demand during the pandemic.
Forward-thinking 3PLs and retailers are making moves now to digitize their operations and prepare for possibly their best peak season yet. Locus’s Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) model offers considerable flexibility as volumes and workflows change.
Cruise, GM's autonomous vehicle arm, was mainly focused on launching an autonomous ridesharing service, but may use its "robotaxis" for delivery services instead.
The virus economy may have spawned an increase in investing in automation, but wearables and new handheld devices remind us that humans have the edge over robots in terms of efficiency, flexibility, and costs for many supply chain-related jobs.
Here are three key areas where artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can reap significant benefits for both shippers and carriers.
Companies willing to give AI and ML a chance often get off on the wrong foot. Here’s an effective way to get going.
The inevitable trend of utilizing artificial intelligence in the supply chain has already started to pay forward. Here's what shippers should do to supercharge their supply chains.
Locus Robotics deployed autonomous mobile robots along with actionable reporting tools and dashboards for Taylored Services. The scalable solution brought immediate gains.
Many companies integrating robotics seek to add them to their current warehouse layout to keep the workflow seamless. Material Bank worked with Locus Robotics build their entire business model around the robotic solution for even more gains.
Visibility, collaboration and communication are the keys to improve demand timing and accuracy to minimize the impacts of the pandemic and other local and global events.
While warehouse and logistics professionals are great at problem-solving, they often don’t have access to data that will help them anticipate factors that will impact their operational efficiencies. AI, however, can. Here are four ways AI-powered orchestration engines can help improve productivity and efficiency in warehouse settings.