Applications / Logistics
 

Robotic Adoption in the Logistics Supply Chain

Webinar: August 12, 2pm ET

Learn how new AI/3D vision technology is enabling the affordable use of industrial robots in logistics to help companies manage the rapid growth of online consumer shopping habits.
 

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Future-Proof Your Logistics Automation

Yaskawa Motoman partners with top innovators in machine learning, vision and grasping technology to enable easy and reliable robot integration for a multitude of automation approaches to piece-picking, order fulfillment, parcel handling and more.

 
 
 
 

Why Robots for Logistics?

Rapid advances in technology has made robotics a viable option for automation of complex tasks, exceeding speed and accuracy of manual labor while reducing worker injuries and product damage.

Launching Into Logistics

Why Yaskawa Motoman?

With over 100 years in mechatronics, we offer a proven path to meet your throughput, space and budgetary requirements with easy to integrate, fully-supported industrial robot solutions.

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Order Fulfillment

Logistics applications typically consist of multiple operations spanning several industry segments. On the order fulfillment side, automated tasks can include order picking, tote picking, depalletizing and mix-case palletizing. Some examples include:

Fixed cameras over pallets are fed to an application that can identify individual boxes, even if they are tightly packed or deformed.
Intelligent motion planning software enables robots to pick and package unsorted items with speed and consistency.
3D vision and inspection ensures order accuracy and determines the best path for the robot for picking and mixed-sku case packing..
Complex computing automates the palletizing of randomly sized and ordered cases for shipping to regional centers and retailers.
Courier + Freight

For courier companies, warehouse, freight and delivery services, postal automation tasks may include parcel induction and sortation, container loading/unloading, tote handling and truck unloading. Some examples include:

Robots with purpose-built grippers utilize cameras and barcode readers to handle randomly-presented packages.
In the sorting of parcels, robots are used with vision and external axes to ensure barcodes can be read in downstream processes.
Sort boxes, polybags, and envelopes from bulk input flow into destination containers over 50% faster than manual labor.
 
In this sorting solution, a robotic cell the size of a parking spot can sort 700-1000 pieces per hour into 75 different destinations.
A wheeled robot is mounted to a height-adjustable platform that drives in and out of a trailer, gradually backing out until loading is complete.
Arrange unsorted mixed cartons onto a container or pallet with fast and flexible vision technology. This stationary robot loads packages into containers which can then be loaded into trailers.
Robots + Accessories

Logistics Robots

With payloads ranging from 0.5 to 900 kg and ranges of motion from 4 to 15 axes, you'll find an industrial robot that meets your reach, payload and application requirements.

Expand Your Capabilities

Yaskawa Motoman supports your entire robotic process with products and services that give you more automation when you want it, and simplicity when you need it.
 

Logistics Partners
Bastian Solutions

Bastian Solutions

Bastian Solutions is an independent system integrator dedicated to helping customers increase their productivity through proven automation, information systems and sound operating procedures.

Boston Dynamics

Boston Dynamics

Combining the principles of dynamic control and balance with sophisticated mechanical designs, cutting-edge electronics, and software for perception, navigation, and intelligence.

CapSen Robotics

CapSen Robotics

CapSen PiC is a cutting edge combination of 3D vision, motion planning and control software that gives robots spatial intelligence for pick & place applications. PiC was developed to handle objects of any shape, size, and orientation – even when they are entangled.

Chicago Electric

Chicago Electric

Chicago Electric is a world-class system integrator celebrating over 100 years of service. We offer automation systems, products and complete machine solutions to improve productivity.

Cognex

Cognex

Designs, develops, manufactures, and markets a range of products that incorporate sophisticated machine vision technology that gives them the ability to “see.”

Dorabot

Dorabot

Developer of AI-powered robotic solutions for market-leading logistics and e-commerce companies using cutting-edge deep learning, motion planning, grasp planning, navigation, and SLAM technologies.

Fizyr

Fizyr

Fizyr designs, builds, installs, and maintains the world’s leading vision software product for automated picking and placing in harsh logistics environments.

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Honeywell Intelligrated

Leading provider of automated material handling solutions, supplying its customers with an integrated set of leading-edge technologies in high-speed sortation, conveyor systems, carousels, palletizing, paperless pick products, AS/RS, controls, order processing software, RFID implementation, warehouse control systems, and total materials handling automation.

JR Automation

JR Automation

A leading provider of intelligent automated manufacturing and technology solutions that solve customers’ key operational and productivity challenges.

JR Automation

Mujin

Mujin offers the world’s first all-purpose intelligent robot control system that utilizes real-time perception, motion planning, and universal control. The controller is completely teachless, which means no-coding or teaching of waypoints.  The Mujin Controller makes any robot intelligent, allowing for use in applications that were previously too difficult or impractical.

PlusOne Robotics

Plus One Robotics

Through the integration of off-the-shelf high performance manipulators with our advanced vision capabilities, we mitigate the persistent shortage of manual labor and allow your personnel to flow from monotonous tasks to higher value work.

RightHand Robotics

RightHand Robotics

A leader in providing end-to-end solutions that reduce the cost of e-commerce order-fulfillment of electronics, apparel, grocery, pharmaceuticals, and countless other industries.

Daifuku Wynright

Wynright Corporation

Wynright Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Daifuku North America, is a leading provider of intelligent material handling systems.

 
 

Unlock the Full Potential of Robotics

Ensure success in your next robotics project with unmatched operational and application support included for the life of every robot. Combine that with our renowned service and training programs, and Yaskawa Motoman stands alone as your best partner to minimize risk and maximize return on your investment.

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