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How will automation impact warehouse operations and management?

How will automation impact warehouse operations and management?

By Eric Carter and Mark Wilkinson, supply chain consultants, Indigo Software.

The warehouse is one of the areas within a business where the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence has progressed more quickly than in other functions.

Vanderlande to exhibit at Post-Expo 2017

Vanderlande to exhibit at Post-Expo 2017

Vanderlande will present its sorting systems, including loop sorters and line sorters at this year's Post-Expo on 26-28 September at the Palexpo convention centre in Geneva, Switzerland.

Vanderlande acquires Canadian software company Optosecurity

Vanderlande acquires Canadian software company Optosecurity

After working closely together for several years, Vanderlande has acquired the Canadian software company Optosecurity.

Acquisition of Vanderlande completed

Acquisition of Vanderlande completed

Toyota Industries Corporation's (TICO) acquisition of Vanderlande – the value-added logistic process automation solutions provider at airports and in the parcel market, and supplier for warehouses – has been completed.

Knapp's picking robot named Best Product at LogiMAT 2017

Knapp's picking robot named Best Product at LogiMAT 2017

With warehouse staff reaching their performance limits in processes that demand high performance and quality for long periods of time, one solution is the use of industrial robots.

Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at ProMat 2017

Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at ProMat 2017

Vanderlande will showcase its Smart Item Robotics (SIR) technology for the e-commerce market during ProMat 2017.

Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at LogiMAT 2017

Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at LogiMAT 2017

Vanderlande will showcase its Smart Item Robotics (SIR) technology for the e-commerce warehousing market at LogiMAT 2017. SIR technology focuses on the robotised handling of single items in applications such as order picking and infeed loading.

Automation paves the way for ifm’s success

Automation paves the way for ifm’s success

Since its foundation in 1969, ifm, based in Essen, Germany, has developed, produced and sold sensors, controllers and systems for industrial automation worldwide.

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