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Material Handling & Robotics

 Material Handling & Robotics 

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Picking the Unknown: Robust and Flexible Robotic Automation in Logistics

With more than 70% of labor in warehousing being dedicated to picking and packing, numerous companies are gradually investing in logistics automation. But what happens when the robots must handle an unlimited number of (unknown) stock-keeping units?


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  • Now your workers can safely push or pull their own weight and several coworkers too with Power Tug™.
  • Dramatically increase employee productivity and safety.
  • Comply with Health & Safety Guidelines limiting pushing and pulling by a single person.

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Why Food Packagers Need to Trust AI

It is time for food packagers to embrace smart technologies.


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Digitally Transforming Forklifts

Remote operation technology creates new opportunities within warehouse environments.



Fetch Robotics Announces Full Conformance with R15.08, the First Safety Standard for Industrial Mobile Robots

The company’s full range of robots—from 100 to 1500kg models—conform with the first official safety standard governing the design and manufacture of industrial mobile robots.


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ABB's GoFa and SWIFTI cobots are intuitively designed so customers don't need to rely on in-house programming specialists. This will unlock industries that have low levels of automation, with customers able to operate their cobot within minutes of installation, straight out of the box, with no specialized training.


Designed to simplify and optimize repetitive operational tasks, Toyota's Mouse and Mole Automated Guided Carts are intelligently engineered to deliver repeatable and dependable results that reduce downtime and maximize productivity.


Spanning seven different capacities, four different wheelbases, and three load center options, Mitsubishi's internal combustion pneumatic tire forklift series offers capacities from 22,000 to 40,000 lb. and are completely customizable. 


The Quick Mover 180 uses an autonomous robot base with a flexible top module that performs multiple material handling tasks, allowing manufacturers to integrate the Quick Mover with conveyor systems to transport containers from point A to B; pick up and drop off goods; and re-position goods to other areas.


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