10 Takeaways From A3’s Autonomous Mobile Robot and Logistics Conference

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Partnerships aim to accelerate AMR adoption

In addition to mergers and acquisitions, AMR and logistics automation providers have increasingly partnered to address potential market demand.

For instance, Locus Robotics and Plus One Robotics announced that they are collaborating to develop a picking system that uses Locus’ AMRs and Plus One-guided robot arms.

InOrbit Inc., which provides orchestration software, has partnered with Meili Robots, which has developed a universal fleet management system. InOrbit also launched a Developer Portal to help accelerate robotics adoption.

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1. No one size fits all for the DC of the future

2. Find 'low-hanging fruit' and build 'virtual belts'

3. Start small, but think big

4. Don't underestimate your environment

5. Don't forget your workforce

6. Boston Dynamics looks to commercial future with Stretch

7. The newlywed game

8. Partnerships aim to accelerate AMR adoption

9. Incremental change but big investments

10. Industry increasingly recognizes need for interoperability

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