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New OTM Webinar: Make Robotics a Reality in Your DC

With demanding throughput pressures and labor increasingly difficult to find – much less retain – distribution centers need an answer to keep up with explosive e-commerce growth that has no end in sight. Are robots the answer? Past generations of these solutions were better suited to handling repetitive, uniform tasks in controlled environments like manufacturing, rather than the dynamic, unstructured environments of the distribution center.

But that’s changing. Key advances in sensors, data science and machine learning are producing robotics systems that are more capable than ever, able to process the necessary volume of data to thrive in DC environments. 

Our next On The Move webinar will explore the new robotics DC landscape, covering key enabling technologies and how these new solutions can deliver real results in a variety of applications. Matt Wicks, vice president of product development at Honeywell Intelligrated and a sitting member on the Robotic Industries Association board of directors will present “Make robotics a reality in your DC” on Monday, Dec. 17 at 11 a.m. EST. 

Attendees will learn: 

  • How AI and machine learning enable robots to see better, think smarter and act faster
  • How startups, academia and integrators come together to serve the DC robotics market
  • What cutting-edge robotic solutions are on the horizon to solve challenges in the DC

The webinar will focus on each piece necessary to drive robotics success in the distribution center and how these next generation solutions can address a variety of challenges facing DCs. From labor scarcity and SKU proliferation to increasingly ambitious service level agreements, see how robotics can provide relief in an increasingly rigorous competitive landscape. 

If you’re interested in learning more about how robotics are ready to come to your DC, register here and mark your calendar for Monday, Dec. 17.