Autonomous mobile robot (AMR) manufacturer Locus Robotics has announced plans to expand its presence in Italy and Poland with increased deployment of its warehouse automation solution, which is enabled by artificial intelligence (AI).
The company’s AMRs are designed to work collaboratively with human employees to improve efficiency and support the scaling up and down of the number of robots at a site to accommodate fluctuating order volumes.
What’s more, the company offers a robotics-as-a-service subscription model, a set-up which provides customers with a fully-managed solution that covers the physical robots, upgrades, maintenance and technical support.
“We are thrilled to continue to expand Locus’s transformative warehouse automation solutions to Italy and Poland as we continue to grow our European footprint,” said Rick Faulk, CEO of Locus Robotics.
“Our continued investment underscores our dedication to supporting and growing with our partners in Italy and Poland. Locus enables customers in these countries to optimise productivity, efficiency, and accuracy in their facilities, boosting output 2-3X while lowering labor costs by 50% or more.
“As the pressure grows on supply chains, our intelligent robots enable companies to cost-effectively scale and stay competitive. We enable the future of smart warehouses.”
Its technology, algorithms and real-time analytics are designed to optimise warehouse layouts, reduce travel time and improve picking accuracy to enable faster processing times and lower overall costs.
Locus Robotics is a finalist for the first-ever Robotics & Automation Awards in the Best Use of Cobotics,Best Use of Robotics or Automation in Retail and Innovation in the Warehouse categories. Interested in attending this unmissable event for the robotics and automation sectors? Book your table now!