Warehouse Automation Types
Your complete terminology guide by Caja Robotics
Your warehouse is unique! which is why Caja offers customized automation strategies for their clients, well suited to their needs.
Before each automation process is an evaluation of processes and procedures which examine the customer’s supply chain.
An in-depth analysis of current technology and future business goals enables Caja to create tailored warehouse automation plans for their customers and automate their warehouse with ease and maximum efficiency.
This article discusses the scope of work, gives insights about the disruptive world of automation technologies and how your company can use them to boost your warehouse efficiency as well as how to position yourself among with the global competition.
Warehouse automation technology
Warehouse automation technology continues to get smarter! Just as automation technologies evolve, so does the terminology of it.
Bins or items automatically transported to the picker at the picking station.
This system reduces walking time and picking errors. You can easily integrate other picking solutions, hardware, and software with the Goods-To-Person system. Operations using GTP enjoy better worker efficiency, picking accuracy, throughput, and ROI.
Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs)
Automatic guided vehicles are portable robots that travel along the floors of your warehouse without the need for human control. Through the interaction of sensors and software they are able to travel through precisely controlled paths and ensure the safe movement of loads.
Automation Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS)
Through a variation of computer-controlled systems Caja Robotics enables clients to automatically place and retrieve items in your warehouse with accuracy and speed.
Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs)
Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) enable E-Commerce companies to compete with high volume and high-labour requirements. Depending on customer’s initial situation AMRs can either be used as a standalone solution or in combination with manual warehouse workers.