Logistics 2017 Awaits You at RoboBusiness 2016

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July 05, 2016

Robots rule logistics…finally

Strap yourself in for a wild ride of exploration into logistics 2017 at RoboBusiness 2016.

Leap ahead a full year and then turn around to see the new robot-driven world of logistics racing toward you. It won’t be hard to see, but it won’t look the same any longer.

Logistics is changing that fast!

Want to know why Honeywell bought Intelligrated; why KUKA bought Swisslog; why Kion bought Dematic; why Daifuku bought Wynright; why M&As and consolidations are happening seemingly everywhere all the time; why supply chain and material handling organizations worldwide are quickly doing a 360 from their traditional logistics/supply chain technology picks?

Amazon’s acquisition of Kiva and what is happening in Amazon’s warehouses hold the answers.

Just for starters, check this out (from a recent Deutsche Bank study):

Amazon’s “click to ship” cycle used to be around 60-75 minutes with employees manually getting orders out; robots now handle the same job in 15 minutes.

That’s more than awesome; it’s time for everyone to ditto Amazon’s every move…or keep on struggling for razor-thin margins doing it the old way. E-commerce isn’t getting any slower; e-customers aren’t lowering their expectations; and shareholders aren’t getting more lenient with your excuses.

It’s finally dawned on most everyone that robots rule logistics.

Need more convincing?

Each of Amazon’s Kiva-equipped warehouses can...

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  • End User Perspectives: The Materials Handling Industry
  • Achieving Full Automation with Robotics and IoT
  • Re-Evaluating the Value and Market Positioning of Industrial Cobots
  • Revolutionizing Mobility in the Supply Chain
  • End User Perspectives: The Manufacturing Industry

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