A unique advantage of the NextShift system is that it does not require a worker for every robot. This is possible because NextShift robots can independently pick up, transport, and put down totes without human interaction.
NextShift’s unique autonomous mobile robotics system is the key to winning the piece-picking efficiency battle.
Advanced robotic material handling integrates with full spectrum of warehouse management systems
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Industry veteran brings deep supply chain perspective to robotic materials handling
Q: Why does any business invest in an automated material handling system? A: To make its existing processes more efficient! Automation reduces cost, increases speed, maximizes consistency and raises quality. Let’s take a look at how NextShift autonomous mobile robotics can be your secret weapon in winning the piece-picking battle for cost-efficiency. Continue reading
Our new video puts into perspective how forces such as
“WHY AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS IN MANUFACTURING?” – EPISODE 2 OF DISCOVERING THE SECRETS OF AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS VIDEO SERIES
NextShift Robotics Selected as Featured Technology for Expanded Kenco Innovation Lab
Emerging Supply Chain Technologies and Processes to be Explored in Dedicated Warehouse Space
DISCOVERING THE SECRETS OF AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS
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Wide Range of Warehouse and Manufacturing Configurations
Cutting through the Robotic Clutter at ProMat2019
A Guide to Separating the Signal from the Noise in Material Handling Automation.
Lowell Massachusetts, 12-10-2018, NextShift Robotics, a provider of fundamentally different robotic workflows for material handling in distribution and manufacturing recently demonstrated the ability of its robots to climb 8+ degree ramps.
5 New Reasons why AMRs are ready for Prime Time
Contributed by Fred Hajjar, Managing Partner at Weston Supply Chain Consulting
(Dramatic cost savings, yes, but there’s more…)
NextShift Robotics presents a webinar for executives and directors of companies with piece picking distribution operations and the 3PLs and System Integrators who support them. Watch it on demand below!
The fulfillment world is on the cusp of a new robotic revolution. Adding an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) fleet to your distribution center is one of the most powerful productivity steps you can take this year. Whether your goal is to cut fulfillment costs or increase fulfillment capacity, the key to maximum improvement lies in decoupled AMRs.
The emerging technologies in flexible, collaborative robotics are a synergistic fit for lean manufacturing.
We are on the cusp of a new robotic revolution in fulfillment operations. Converging market forces and emerging technologies have triggered the next shift—an evolutionary step in which human-tended autonomous picking carts “yield the field” to game-changing autonomous mobile robots. Robot-human collaboration is experiencing an exciting breakthrough that will transform much of the material handling world.