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Cart Transport

Falling unemployment during Covid-19 hasn’t seemed to remedy the labor shortage. With over 800,000 jobs lost and only around 500,000 recovered, productivity in the manufacturing industry remains in trouble. That’s why it’s crucial to ensure your existing works have the time, material, and skills necessary to maximize productivity.

Cart Transport for Manufacturing & Intralogistics

Autonomous Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Achieving high-throughput production is a tough ask while trying to address the widening labor gap, changing buyer behavior, and global logistics backlogs. AMR-enabled cart transport makes material movement more autonomous, reliable, and safe.

Reliable Delivery

With connected systems, pick-ups and drop-offs start to operate like clockwork. Communication between systems and people reduces wait times and consequently increases uptime.

 

Safer Environment

Dynamic production and logistics environments tend to be a hotbed for safety hazards. With always-on autonomous robots, injuries and equipment damage are avoided.

Connected Automation

Creating ‘pull’ production requires instant communication between order placement and production. Connection between agents within the system reduces delays and lost profit.

Cart Transport

Deliver to Line

The Solution

• A shopfloor operator or machine calls for material which triggers f(x) to create, assign, and distribute a task to the robot
• A warehouse operator prepares materials and places a material cart in the assigned storage pick-up location
• The robot moves to the storage pick-up location, docks to a material cart, and moves to a line-side drop-off location
• At the line-side drop-off location, the robot lowers the material cart

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Cart Transport

Transport WIP

The Solution

• A shopfloor operator or machine completes a process, moves the material cart to the assigned line-side pick-up location, and calls for pick-up which triggers f(x) to create, assign, and distribute a task to the robot
• The robot moves to the line-side pick-up location, docks to a material cart, and moves to the next line-side drop-off location
• At the line-side drop-off location, the robot lowers the material cart

Cart Transport

Deliver to Storage

The Solution

• A shopfloor operator or machine completes the process, moves the material cart to the assigned line-side pick-up location, and calls for finished goods pick-up which triggers f(x) to create, assign, and distribute a task to the robot
• The robot moves to the line-side pick-up location, docks to a material cart, and moves to the finished goods storage drop-off location
• At the finished goods storage drop-off location, the robot lowers the material cart

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The Robots That Make the Difference

Robotics Software

f(x) Fleet Manager

f(x) Fleet Manager is a software suite designed to organize your operations, delegate work, and control your robot fleet. f(x) connects with your existing hardware and software so you get synchronized operations and more visibility. From mapping and task-building to data analysis, f(x) has every functionality you need to deploy a fleet of mobile robots successfully. 

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