inVia Robotics Wins Frost & Sullivan 2022 North American Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Differentiated Products, RaaS Model

By automating iterative tasks and delivering AI-based optimization software, inVia Robotics said it can increase the productivity and accuracy of warehouses.

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inVia Robotics' mobile robots with scissor lifts automate goods-to-person storage and retrieval.
inVia Robotics has won another award from Frost & Sullivan for its goods-to-person picking system and robotics-as-a-service business model to help warehouses automate.

Based on its recent analysis of the North American goods-to-person robotics industry, ;Frost & Sullivan this week recognized inVia Robotics with the 2022 Technology Innovation Leadership Award for creating an autonomous picking system. inVia offers it through a robotics-as-a-service, or RaaS, model and claimed that it can boost warehouse management performance while reducing production costs.

“inVia Robotics offers automation solutions that are a unique combination of autonomous mobile robots [AMRs], powerful AI-driven optimization software, and a full-service robotics operations center (ROC),” stated Sankara Narayanan, an industry principal at Frost & Sullivan.

“inVia's true RaaS business model is appealing to customers because the company does not lease or sell robots but instead sells the productivity of the robots and systems,” he added. “The company bills customers based only on each robot's productivity and not for the robot itself.”

inVia Robotics offers robots, AI as a service

Since 2015, inVia Robotics said it has been delivering warehouse automation and services for global distribution centers. The Westlake Village, Calif.-based company noted that it offers agile robots and intuitive and flexible optimization software based on artificial intelligence.

inVia also provides around-the-clock dynamic monitoring that it claimed can improve warehouse productivity by creating streamlined workflows. With its RaaS model, the company said it delivers autonomous robots and customizable software to meet clients' specific needs, without incurring extra costs.

inVia's flagship product, Picker Wall, is designed to help companies deal with the ever-increasing volume of orders in warehouses. It uses the company's technology and engineering expertise with using robots for picking and sorting.

Picker Wall can optimize production and enable workers to focus on higher-value responsibilities, eliminating time-consuming and repetitive tasks, said the company.

inVia credited its efficient robots and innovative technology for 300% in revenue. It has positioned itself as a “disruptive” supplier in the goods-to-person robotics market.

Frost & Sullivan recognizes tech innovations

Each year, Frost & Sullivan said it presents the North American Technology Innovation Leadership Award to the company that has developed a product with innovative features and functionality that is gaining rapid acceptance in the market. The award recognizes the quality of the solution and the customer value enhancements it enables, the analyst firm explained.

“inVia's Picker Wall generates high productivity rates and maximum efficiency in warehouse picking operations because robots work independently of workers,” noted Narayanan. “Even if workers take 15-minute breaks, robots continue placing orders and moving ordered goods to the front of the warehouse.”

“When order volumes are high, the requirement for more robots increases as well,” he said. “inVia's Picker Wall, however, ensures that the existing number of robots are utilized more efficiently. Frost & Sullivan is impressed that inVia's Picker Wall helps customers manage such high volumes of orders with the same number of robots.”

For six decades, Frost & Sullivan said it has helped investors, corporate leaders, and governments navigate economic changes and identify disruptive technologies, megatrends, new business models, and companies. This has resulted in a continuous flow of growth opportunities to drive future success, the company said.

Frost & Sullivan's Best Practices Awards recognize companies in various regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through interviews, analyses, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

The Replenishment Module proactively optimizes the movement of inventory from reserve product storage locations to primary pick locations, securing optimal quantities for a smooth and efficient picking process. Plus, when you use our patented inVia Picker robots, you eliminate costly employee walking in forward pick areas while ensuring your inventory is optimally placed.

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inVia Robotics' mobile robots with scissor lifts automate goods-to-person storage and retrieval.

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