Honeywell and Fetch Robotics collaborate to provide mobile robots to distribution centers in order to develop e-commerce orders. This amalgamation aids in elevating labor efficiency, productivity. These mobile robots will transport items without human supervision; the company has provided flexibility to its customers to run future operational needs.
Pieter Krynauw, president of Honeywell Intelligrated said that mobile robots will help improve online shopping by making large and integrated distribution centers productive.
He also added that through this invention, customers can get a complete suite of fixed and mobile robotics solution, along with expert systems integration, solutions development and reliable, 24/7 technical support.
Honeywell’s mobile robots are a blend of LiDAR and 3D cameras just like self-driving car technology. When you are stuck with the routes, robot can help you find them. Without any changes to infrastructure Fetch Robotics solutions can deploy and redeploy in single day.
“We are committed to helping customers achieve their productivity goals by providing on-demand automation that enables a wide range of flexible and safe AMRs to be rapidly deployed,” said Melonee Wise, CEO, Fetch Robotics.
As per the survey conducted by Material Handling Institute, firms are expected to rise from 34 to 73 percent in the next five years.