Dematic introduces its Robotic Piece Picking Module designed to improve accuracy and productivity during the last touch of the fulfilment process.
Sydney July 18, 2018
– Dematic has introduced its Robotic Piece Picking Module designed to improve accuracy and productivity during the last touch — the point where items of varying sizes and shapes are processed by hand — of the fulfilment process.
Traditionally, the last touch has been a manual process, but the Robotic Piece Picking Module completes the automation of the fulfilment chain. The module selects, grips, lifts and places individual items of varying sizes into containers or bins to complete a shipment. It delivers pick rates of 600–1,200 items per hour ensuring on time delivery of a wide variety of SKUs, such as personal care items, cosmetics, packaged food, office supplies and variety of other package types, shapes and fragility.
“Distribution centres are facing increased pressure to find reliable, qualified and available labour,” said Pas Tomasiello, Director of Integrated Systems, Dematic. “Our robotics offerings, such as the Robotic Piece Picking Module, help warehouse managers streamline processes through advanced technology and software that operate 24/7 with extraordinary accuracy, drilling down labour costs and improving fulfilment efficiency. The key to success is in identifying the system solution that meets the unique needs of a customer’s application.”
The Robotic Piece Picking Module is part of a suite of automated solutions built around process improvements, robotic technology, vision and software within the Dematic Robotics Centre of Excellence.
“We are committed to solving the toughest logistics challenges by investing in the development of feature-rich modules using advanced technologies and pairing that with the global integration expertise of Dematic for successful project execution,” continued Tomasiello.
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