AI-powered modular parcel induction and sorting solution
A sorting solution built for more
Parcel induction and beyond
- Automated induction
- Final-mile sorting
- Zone skipping
- Sorter expansion
- Reverse logistics
Configurable by design
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How it works
Plan & Identify
- Vision systems capture images of items in unstructured bin.
- AI determines grasp points and motion plans.
Grasp & Induct
- Intelligent multi-suction gripper singulates and grasps parcels.
- Robotic arm maneuvers and gently places on buffer conveyor.
Convey & Scan
- Parcels are transported along a central conveyor to the scan tunnel.
- High-speed six-sided scan tunnel to capture parcel information.
- Decoded barcode data is used to determine the sort location.
- Optional integration with customer WMS system to provide sort locations.
- Parcels are sorted to designated gaylords or autonomously rerouted to reject bin
- Gaylord fill levels are continuously monitored by overhead vision systems.
- Light indicators notify operators when gaylords are full
Are you ready to handle more?
Technology that delivers
Ready on day one
10,000 times faster training means our robots are ready to go — right from day one.
Modular hardware allows for flexible configurations for various package material flows.
Over time, processes are analyzed and optimized using image, video, timing, and performance data.
Collect data on parcel dimensioning and material identification
Prevent double picks with vision-based analysis
Stay ahead of potential issues with real-time notifications for proactive problem-solving
Built to commercialize at scale
We provide AI-powered robotic solutions for sorting challenges that help you optimize your warehouse operations for maximum efficiency.
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