Smart Warehousing: It’s well within reach

Consider this: What if a sleeping mask in a warehouse could tell the IT system that the customer’s order required it to be dispatched with a pillow and a copy of the bestseller, How to Sleep?  And that it needed to reach its destination at a specific time and date, so the fastest and most sustainable method would be via Carrier X?

The signal from this item sets in motion a picking device in the warehouse. A robot then delivers the mask, pillow and book to the packing station where an employee collates them tightly in a box, so no air gets shipped, and fewer packaging materials are needed. Finally, Carrier X delivers the whole consignment to the customer in a single journey, via a quick and fuel-efficient route.

It may seem futuristic but the world of e-commerce is heading in this direction and it’s moving fast. All the necessary data to turn this into reality can be brought together on a label, creating a digital identity for each item that can be read and interpreted with the help of computer vision and AI.

This is a field in which Prime Vision has decades of experience and in its latest technology bulletin, the company expands on how the frontiers of asset intelligence can be pushed to realise big gains in operational agility, sustainability and cost-efficiency.  The key is the progressive integration of autonomous decision-making systems that convert data into insights – vital intelligence for any company and, ultimately, its smart warehouse.

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Pressemitteilung veröffentlicht am 11.04.2022 in Hardware, News (In- und Ausland), Sonstige Produkte / Services / Dienstleistungen.