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Top 5 Robotics Trends for 2022, According to the International Federation of Robotics
February 19, 2022
As the number of industrial robots in operation has increased from 2015, the International Federation of Robotics says it expects certain trends to continue, including greater ease of use.
Robotics Leaders Look Back at 2021 Challenges and Accomplishments
December 22, 2021
From market consolidation to interoperability efforts, leading robotics users, associations, and top suppliers weigh in on the top commercial robotics trends of 2021.
Amazon’s Last-Mile MIT CTL Routing Research Challenge
February 22, 2021
The primary goal of the Last Mile Routing Research Challenge is to encourage participants to develop innovative approaches leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, and other non-conventional...
Supply Chain Leaders Learn From Today’s Ecommerce Challenges to Provide Future Innovation and Growth
February 19, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated ecommerce demands to levels that weren't expected until 2025, so how can supply chain leaders get up to speed, and fast?
Labor Management Systems Solutions Increasingly Important, Even With the Move to More Automation
February 17, 2021
Labor management system solutions are different today than those a decade ago, they integrate with more systems, have mobile user interfaces, and use advanced analytics, they are increasingly important with...
How Efficient Dock Scheduling and Forecasting Will Maximize Investments in Demand Sensing
January 5, 2021
Demand sensing is analytics-based, real-time forecasting, but like all forecasting capabilities, it is only as valuable as the ability to change operations and respond to the issues at hand.
The Future of Freight: Einride Unveils New Driverless Vehicles for Autonomous Freight Hauling
October 9, 2020
Einride, the Swedish autonomous trucking startup, unveiled a new vehicle type that the company hopes to have on the road delivering freight starting in 2021.
Amazon’s Drone Delivery Hits Milestone with Federal Aviation Administration Clearance
August 31, 2020
Retail behemoth Amazon.com took a big leap toward delivering goods from the sky by becoming one of only a handful of companies certified by the U.S. government to...
The 2020 Top 10 Materials Handling System Suppliers
August 27, 2020
Although the year promises to paint a different picture, the industry continued to build upon record growth in 2019.
Warehouse Execution Systems to Encompass Wide-Ranging Distribution Center Solutions
August 21, 2020
Warehouse Execution Systems providers say the software orchestrates the overall flow of work across all distribution center resources and is increasingly employing artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Warehouse Picking During the COVID-19 Pandemic with a Fetch Robotics Cart
August 10, 2020
These are the emerging technologies that can help workers, customers practice social distancing more successfully intelligent automation, IoT and 5G may have come on the scene at precisely the right...
UPS Ecommerce Fulfillment Strategy for Creating the Supply Chain Warehouse of the Future
July 22, 2020
UPS, one of the world's largest parcel delivery services, is redesigning its fulfillment processes to meet new challenges, inside and outside the warehouse.
Amazon Acquires Autonomous Technology Company Zoox
June 26, 2020
Amazon.com Inc has agreed to pay over $1 billion to buy self-driving startup Zoox Inc, a move that will expand the e-commerce giant's reach in autonomous-vehicle transportation technology.
UPS Flight Forward and CVS to Launch Residential Drone Delivery Service in Florida
April 27, 2020
UPS subsidiary UPS Flight Forward will use drones to deliver prescription medicines from a CVS pharmacy to The Villages, Florida for the largest U.S. retirement community home, to more...
5 Ways Technology Advancement Disrupts Transport and Logistics Business Models
April 2, 2020
In the world where we are in, it is impossible for transport and logistics companies to compete without first staying clear of the complex processes, and old IT systems.