If your warehouse is challenged by labor shortages, meeting customer demands or improving operational efficiency, let Tecsys help. Our team of warehouse automation experts will guide you through the entire journey from selection to implementation.
With several warehouse automation systems now in existence, Tecsys can help you select, evaluate and implement the right technology for your business needs. Unlike many other solution providers, Tecsys doesn't sell or represent any particular brand or type of automation. We can act as a completely independent and unbiased advisor on your automation project.
Sortation systems identify items on a conveyor system and divert the products or packages to specific destinations. These systems are often used to route or sort items and packages to carrier-specific cages or doors
Pick-to-light systems employ alphanumeric displays and buttons at storage locations to guide employees in light-aided manual picking, putting and sorting of packages or products. Voice-picking systems augment the normal visual prompts with audible voice prompts and capture activity via voice responses.
Goods-to-person systems store products within the system and automatically transport the goods directly to the operator as needed for picking thus eliminating the travel time.
Warehouse robots are used either for transporting goods — often automated lift trucks to heavy load carriers — or to assist in picking, packing, sorting and storing goods. These robots can perform tasks in an automated manner or collaboratively work with existing warehouse material handlers.
The robotic cube is a goods-to-person system that is flexible and high-density storage solution enabling businesses to deliver products in record time.
Take a closer look at goods-to-person automation and review its differences to person-to-goods automation.
Vertical lift modules are another goods-to-person automated storage and retrieval system designed to make it easy to modify and change heights, locations and pick windows at any time.
Cobots are a person-to-goods automated guided vehicle system that can perform more repetitive, complex or hazardous tasks in the warehouse to enable your staff to focus on more value-added operations.
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We recently spoke with Todd Boone, director of product management at Fetch Robotics, to discuss the impact of automation in the distribution and 3PL industries.
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Join Bob Bowman, managing editor of SupplyChainBrain, as he moderates a lively panel discussion with forward-thinking leaders who are looking to swap tips and share stories to inspire and invigorate your plans for automation.
“The expectations of the digital consumer are fundamentally changing how supply chains need to operate, and this is in turn changing the technologies that warehouses need to have to keep pace. The dynamics of omnichannel and digital commerce, and the fulfillment flexibility needed to blaze through higher volumes of smaller orders, will require automation-driven warehouses to handle every wrinkle of complexity headed our way.””
- Guy Courtin, Vice President of Industry and Advanced Technology at Tecsys
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