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warehouse automation

From factory floors to doorstep delivery, this is how logistics systems are beginning to power themselves.

by   -   November 2, 2015

Amazon announced that at the end of September they had 30,000 Kiva robots at work in 13 fulfillment centers, effectively doubling the number of Kiva bots that it had in 2014. But they aren’t the only e-commerce warehouse operator adding robots to their automation arsenal. UPDATE 11-1-2015: Adding Grenzebach’s G-Com storage and picking system to the list of vendors offering competing systems to Kiva’s.

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As sales via online retailers steadily increase, so too does the speed with which customers want their goods delivered. Amazon, eBay, and Google all have massive and speedy warehousing operations attempting to meet those needs.



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