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The newest trends in the supply chain world demand large data processing, fast. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the best way to handle and draw conclusions from that kind of data volume, and one of the essential components of AI is Machine Learning.
Achieving ‘learning’ is possible in multiple ways, but the most common one is by examples and comparison. It is not a simple process, but the results are undeniable.  When considering automating your warehouse with AGV (automated guided vehicle) or AMR (autonomous mobile robots), remember that Machine Learning makes warehouse operations optimization possible.
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Caja Robotics’ Machine Learning

When Caja aims to automate a warehouse, we know your warehouse is unique in many ways. But that doesn’t mean our system needs to learn everything from scratch. Information gathered from general imagery databases allows quick learning.  We don’t need to re-learn what a damaged bin or cracked floor looks like, for example, so learning from existing databases saves time. Our system does need to learn your specific warehouse operation, however. To save significant time before even changing one bolt in the warehouse, we create simulations, but not the kind you imagine. Caja Robotics’ simulations are accurate to the second. As our backend system controls every aspect of the warehouse operation, including each robot’s navigation, our Machine Learning begins optimizing the operation before the warehouse even exists.

Machine Learning advantages

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Caja’s robot ‘playground’ is an enclosed and human-free environment, allowing for high speed during both inbound and outbound activity. When the option for unplanned obstacles, such as people, is minimized, our robots can reach much higher speeds. Just think of the difference in speed you can achieve when driving on a highway vs. driving in a pedestrian zone.

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Machine Learning with large data processing enables smarter, more dynamic navigation. Since our software controls and determines warehouse operation and navigational routes, our system can see and act for the warehouse’s larger needs. This means no simple A to B navigation to achieve the shortest routes, rather dynamic, adaptable routes that will achieve the fastest and best overall warehouse functionality. For that, you need to use future prediction abilities provided by analyzing the gathered data by Machine Learning.

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