Whitepaper: How to ensure a succesful implementation of AMRS: Key learnings and opportunities
For many European companies, intralogistics and warehousing are important drivers of revenue. That’s why they are always looking for ways to improve the capacity and efficiency of their warehouses. More recently, constraints in the labour market and lead time reduction have become even bigger concerns, as they could lead to growth limitations, gaps in customer service and a failure to respond to market needs. In their search for solutions, it has become clear that human labour will have to be supplemented with robotized labour.
Log!Ville, the innovation center for logistics, and Flanders Make, the strategic research centre for the manufacturing industry, hosted a round table with market leading AMR users, suppliers and software developers to learn from each other and pave the way for widespread adoption.