The coronavirus has exposed an unprecedented vulnerability, especially in the logistics sector where many people work together in one space. A high degree of automation reduces disruptions. Even before the coronavirus, it was clear that warehouse automation would grow significantly in the coming years.
The use of robots and cobots will therefore rise rapidly. Certainly in combination with contemporary vision technology:
For the automation of warehouses and distribution centers, many technologies such as robotics, grippers, vision and software come together. These technologies work together closely to make logistics processes efficient, safe and accurate. AWL has years of experience in the automation and robotization of product handling. We combine this with the integration of the latest software and vision systems. We are the spider in the web in the playing field between material handling providers, robotics suppliers and (vision) start-ups.
Modern automation has made what was previously impossible in warehouses, not only possible, but also profitable.
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