Solutions

Piece Picking

As e-commerce demand increases and retail locations shrink in size, more and more operations are seeing piece picking requirements increase. Needing up to 3 times more space and labor, piece picking operations need flexible automated solutions.

Piece Picking for Fulfillment & Distribution

Faster Picking Means Faster Fulfillment

The growing need to increase volume combined with the nationwide labor shortage make piece-picking operations an immense challenge. The aim of AMR-enabled piece picking is to increase productivity while reducing labor dependence.

Reduced Distance

By separating the cart from the operator and creating zones, AMR piece picking removes long walks to and from the pick area and reduces between-pick times.

More Orders, Less Cycles

AMR piece picking allows for more orders to be picked per cycle which reduces the frequency of long walks to and from the picking area and keeps operator wait times down.

Guided Location & Selection

Intuitive user interfaces via robot screens and handheld devices help operators find, select, and stow goods on the AMR in the shortest and most accurate way.

Piece Picking

Pick to Robot

The Solution

• Pickers follow instructions via the robot screen or handheld devices
• Pickers pick items and place them directly on the robot
• After all picks are completed, the robot moves to a packing, sorting, or consolidation area

Suitable for:

• Discrete Order Picking
• Batch Picking
• Zone Picking

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Piece Picking

Pick to Container

The Solution

• Pickers follow instructions via the robot screen or handheld devices to locate and select the correct item
• Operators pick items and follow instructions via the robot screen or handheld device to place the item in correct box, tote, or bin
• After all picks are completed, the robot moves to a packing, sorting, or consolidation area.

Suitable for:

• Cluster Picking
• Batch Picking
• Zone Picking

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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