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Warehousing and Logistics Robots | Tractica
Worldwide sales of warehousing and logistics robots reached $1.9 billion in 2016 and Tractica expects that the market will continue to grow rapidly over the next few years, while providing significant opportunities for new industry participants as well, reaching a market value of $22.4 billion by the end of 2021.
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Recent advances in robotics and demand to fill warehouse jobs have led to a "tipping point" in the number of robots used to automate supply chain operations, according to a new report from Tractica, a market intelligence firm that focuses on human interaction with technology.
Warehouse Robotics: What’s Emerging and Where's It Headed?
Warehouse Robotics: What’s Emerging and Where's It Headed? ... Research firm Tractica estimates warehouses will invest a staggering $22.1 billion globally in robots in 2021, up from $1.9 billion in 2016. ... For example, even in the most automated warehouse, a warehouse management system (WMS) is the core to the entire operation. It maintains ...
Robots in warehouses to jump 15X over next ... - TechRepublic
The demand for robots in warehouses and logistics processes is set to majorly impact supply chain operations, going from 40,000 units in 2016 to a projected 620,000 by 2021.
Robots running the warehouse? Not yet. - Synergy Ltd
As the labor pool shrinks and expectations for faster shipping increase, the demand for robot-driven warehouses is expected to skyrocket. According to research firm Tractica, warehouse operators spent $1.9 billion on robots in 2016; by 2021, they’ll spend $22.1 billion annually.
Mobile Robotic Platforms Are Gaining Ground in ... - Tractica
Mobile Robotic Platforms Are Gaining Ground in Warehousing Applications. Mobile robotic platforms have the capability to move around in their environment and are not fixed to one physical location.
Warehouses Eye Robots - Inbound Logistics
The demand for robots, and the supply of matured robotic solutions to optimize logistics processes, have created a tipping point that could lead to widespread acceptance and presence of robots in warehouses and logistics operations, according to a new report from Tractica.
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