A warehouse is a complex and demanding environment. But industry robots have now reached a sufficient level of sophistication to have “right of entry”. Modern robots can coexist peacefully with man, without the need for them to be surrounded by a cage – as is the case in assembly plants. They are capable of adapting to a large number of situations. They learn quickly and easily and share their knowledge with colleagues. For many companies this opens up the potential for significant gains, both in terms of cost and in speed of execution in the processing of customer orders.
Thanks to our in-depth knowledge of warehouse procedures, we are solicited at every stage of warehouse robotization:
- What are currently the most advanced solutions?
- Which solution should we go with and what are its benefits?
- How do we completely understand this transformation, in particular its effect on human-skills management?
- How can we establish a healthy relationship with this equipment while limiting technology dependence?
- Which detailed plan allows us to get the most out of the solutions put in place?