Webcast: Overcoming Material Handling Challenges with AMRs For 2022 and Beyond

In this webinar, OTTO Motors executives will discuss how businesses can get the most out of autonomous mobile robots.

In this webinar, Jay Judkowitz, VP Product, and Neil Datt, Director of Product Marketing at OTTO Motors, will discuss overcoming material handling challenges with AMRs

Businesses are experiencing an array of material handling problems from labor shortages to increased demand and customization. Automation has moved from nice-to-have to must have, but one of the most challenging tasks to automate is material handling because business needs and facility conditions are constantly changing. Even the most automated facilities still move material manually.

Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are an intelligent, flexible, and scalable solution that can be deployed and re-deployed quickly against a variety of workflows to deliver immediate benefits.

Date: February 16, 2022
Time: 02:00 PM EST/ 11:00 AM PST

In this webcast, Jay Judkowitz, vice president of product, and Neil Datt, director of product marketing at OTTO Motors, will discuss:

  • How AMRs can improve material handling proscesses to increase output
  • Specific workflows AMRs can address and key considerations
  • Examples of successful AMR deployments in greenfield and brownfield facilities including ROI, KPIs, and TCO
  • Submit a question now or ask it during the live broadcast.

Register now for this Robotics 24/7 Roundtable, and submit questions now or ask them during the live broadcast.


Jay Judkowitz, VP Product, OTTO Motors

Neil Datt, Director Product Marketing, OTTO Motors


Eugene Demaitre, Editorial Director, Robotics 24/7, Peerless Media LLC

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