Plus One Robotics reaches 1 billion picks across robot fleet

PickOne software, Yonder remote supervisor service at center of Plus One solutions

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Plus One Robotics depalletization robots helped reach the 1 billion picks mark.
Plus One Robotics, led by its PickOne AI-powered vision software and Yonder remote supervisor service, eclipsed the 1 billion pick mark across its robot fleet.

Plus One Robotics, a provider of AI vision software and solutions for robotic parcel handling, announced that it has recorded over 1 billion successful picks across its fleet of parcel induction and depalletization robots.

The San Antonio-based company was founded in 2016 and surpassed the 500 million pick plateau in October 2022.

Robotic integration comes at an integral time for logistics

“Reaching 1 billion picks is an incredible achievement that speaks to the trust that our customers have placed in our technology and to the hard work of our entire team,” said Erik Nieves, co-founder and CEO of Plus One Robotics. “Our systems are driving efficiency, accuracy and speed for some of the biggest brands in the world. Best of all, that’s 1 billion picks that people didn’t have to perform manually.”

This milestone comes at a critical time for the logistics industry. The explosive growth of e-commerce -  with online shopping now accounting for 20% of total retail globally and projected to reach 30% by 2030 – according to a 2022 Supply Chain Management Review report, places immense pressure on traditional fulfillment methods. Warehouses are struggling to keep pace with the ever-increasing volume and variety of orders, leading to inefficiencies, errors and rising costs.

PickOne, Yonder help organizations face these challenges

PickOne, Plus One Robotics’ AI-powered vision software, and Yonder, a human-in-the-loop remote supervisor service, help optimize organizations’ supply chain and logistics processes.

Yonder provides real-time human oversight allowing remote crew chiefs to act as virtual co-pilots, guiding robots through edge cases and complex situations, ensuring over 99% pick accuracy, according to Plus One. This human-robot collaboration addresses rising labor costs and safety concerns in warehouses while also supporting rapid adaptation to new SKUs and products.

The data advantage of a billion images from all types of parcels and cases helps assert Plus One Robotics as a partner for organization’s scaling operations. Yonder enables robots to learn new SKUs quickly and become more autonomous and intelligent over time.

“We are proving that humans and robots working collaboratively is the future of warehouse innovation,” Nieves said. “There are a lot more use cases for robots in the warehouse; with our scale comes new innovations that will drive the next generation of robot applications.”

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Plus One Robotics depalletization robots helped reach the 1 billion picks mark.

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