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Robotic Induction System

AMT’s ROBiN uses AI, machine vision, and intelligent algorithms to achieve efficiency gains in the induction of cases into automated storage and retrieval systems.

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Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), North America’s leader in automation engineering, specializing in advanced material handling, system integration, and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for warehousing and logistics, has launched the ROBiN, Robotic Induction System, a flexible material handling solution for efficiency and throughput gains in the warehousing industry.

ROBiN, developed by AMT, is a robotic AI-enabled system designed to improve the process of removing and organizing layers of products on pallets for integration into automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS). Utilizing advanced AI and machine vision technology, ROBiN is engineered to handle a diverse range of case sizes and shapes, without prior knowledge of the number of cases on a layer, their specific location, or orientation. This capability allows ROBiN to optimize the fill density of totes, therefore increasing efficiency in warehouse operations. ROBiN reflects AMT's focus on advancing warehouse automation through the application of innovative technologies.

"We are excited to launch ROBiN, our flexible material handling solution, which was designed to significantly enhance efficiency and throughput in warehouse induction operations,” said AMT President Craig Salvalaggio. â€śROBiN’s unique and adaptable design supports various case dimensions and operates effectively without needing to know in advance the count of cases per layer or their precise placement and alignment. This flexibility enables us to meet our clients’ diverse operational needs and drive forward the capabilities of automated systems."

For more information on ROBiN, read this case study, download this brochure, and watch this video.

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