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Advanced Robotics Developments Produce Game-Changing Innovations for Material Handling Industry

Coupling the advances in computer vision with the increase in computing power and adding the advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, robotic systems are becoming more capable every day especially in material handling.

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Coupling the advances in computer vision with the increase in computing power and adding the advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, robotic systems are becoming more capable every day especially in material handling.

To meet consumer demand for more convenient delivery options, many retailers have adopted the buy online and pick-up-in-store (BOPIS, or "click-and-collect") order fulfillment model.

How Advances in Hardware and Software Address the Challenges of Omnichannel Fulfillment.

The purpose of this white paper is to guide you through the process of evaluating and selecting the right “mission-critical” sortation solution for your facility.

With consumer expectations continually on the rise, and the willingness for leading e-commerce retailers to fulfill them, many brick and mortar retailers find themselves struggling to adapt to the speed and complexity of omnichannel order fulfillment.

Put walls play an increasingly vital role as a growing number of distribution centers (DCs) take on the challenges of fulfilling e-commerce and direct-to-consumer (DTC) orders.

Highly automated solutions and workflow adjustments can bring maximum speed and accuracy to an operation.

This white paper explains the zone skipping strategy and outlines the sortation technology best suited for operations, based on criteria like packaging type, footprint, labor availability and throughput requirements.

The key roles labor management software play in omnichannel order fulfillment: meeting rising customer service expectations, driving labor savings and ensuring process rigor.

Marc Lore, the head of Walmart's U.S. e-commerce division, has introduced a service that gives a peek into his vision, notably, how he can use the company's massive store fleet operations to better compete against Amazon.