Locus Robotics to Show AI Enabled Warehouse Automation at German Logistics Summit

Locus experts will describe flexible, scalable automation for peak season and beyond in two sessions.

Locus Robotics

Locus provides mobile robots and software as a service.
Locus Robotics will demonstrate its hardware and software and present two sessions about how its robotics-as-a-service offerings can provide flexibility.

Locus Robotics Corp. today announced that it will showcase its autonomous mobile robots, or AMRs, and present at two sessions at the Logistics Summit on Oct. 11 and 12 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

“We're excited to showcase Locus's transformative warehouse technology again at this premier European logistics event,” stated Denis Niezgoda, vice president for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC), at Locus.

“Our robots deliver the ultimate in productivity and flexibility, optimizing warehouse operations today while rapidly scaling to meet future business needs,” he said.

Wilmington, Mass.-based Locus Robotics said its AMRs collaborate with human workers, eliminating unproductive walking and heavy cart pulling. The company claimed that its LocusBots can double or triple productivity, with less labor and ergonomic strain than traditional piece-handling systems.

Sessions to discuss RaaS, flexibility

Locus Robotics said its Logistics Summit sessions will highlight how its AMRs and robotics-as-a-service (RaaS) model can optimize efficiency during peak periods and beyond. The company's experts will also demonstrate how its robots can work with warehouse staffers to improve productivity, consistency, and throughput.

Mischa Pick, business development manager at Locus, will present in the session entitled “Scalable, Flexible, Future-Proof—The Advantages of Robots-as-a-Service for Your Intralogistics.” He will describe how the company's RaaS model enables automation deployment without major upfront investments while delivering a fast return on investment (ROI).

In the second session, Malte Guske, business development manager at Locus, will present “How to Overcome Peak Season With Flexible Automation.” Locus said he will show how its robots can provide scalable, flexible automation to address labor shortages and seamlessly manage volume spikes, especially during peak periods.

Locus to exhibit at Logistics Summit

Locus Robotics said its multi-bot system can help retailers, third-party logistics providers (3PLs), and specialty warehouses meet and exceed the increasingly complex demands of fulfillment. The company added that its LocusBots can optimize throughput in brownfield and greenfield environments, as well as sites with multi-level mezzanines.

The LocusOne software uses artificial intelligence to deliver insights for planning, labor allocation, and operational optimization, said Locus. In addition, the company said that warehouses can easily integrate its AMRs into their infrastructures without disrupting workflows.

During the Logistics Summit, Locus will demonstrate mutiple robots working with people to drive efficiency across distribution, fulfillment, and manufacturing environments at Stand E5 in Hall 2.

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Locus provides mobile robots and software as a service.

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