Video shows how smart robot is unpacking 1600 boxes from the truck in one hour


Published by iTrucker at 03 Feb

Video shows how smart robot is unpacking 1600 boxes from the truck in one hour

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Robotics in Supply Chain, logistics, and smart warehousing powered by artificial intelligence, 5G, and industrial IoT.

Robotics is revolutionizing the way warehousing, logistics and supply chains operate by automating repetitive and physically demanding tasks, improving accuracy, speed, and efficiency. The use of robots in the supply chain has numerous benefits, including reduced costs, increased productivity, and improved customer satisfaction.

Robots can perform tasks such as picking and packing, material handling, and quality control. They can work 24/7, reducing the need for overtime pay and allowing companies to meet high demand without sacrificing quality. Robotics can also be programmed to handle various product sizes and shapes, making them more versatile and flexible than manual labor.

The video shows ‘Dill Pickle‘ robot built by unloading a truck at the warehouse.


Robots in the supply chain, warehousing and trucking operations can also enhance safety by reducing the risk of workplace injuries. Many dangerous or physically demanding tasks, such as heavy lifting, can be automated, reducing the risk of strain injuries or other physical damage to workers.

In addition to increased efficiency, the use of robotics in the supply chain can also improve accuracy. Robots can be programmed to perform repetitive tasks with a high degree of accuracy, reducing the risk of human error. This increased accuracy can result in fewer returns, reduced waste, and improved customer satisfaction.

The use of robotics in supply chain is not without challenges, however. The cost of implementing robotics can be significant, and companies must carefully consider the return on investment. Additionally, there is a shortage of skilled workers capable of programming and maintaining robots, which can result in increased costs and reduced efficiency.

Despite these challenges, the use of robotics in the supply chain and logistics is likely to increase in the coming years. Companies that invest in robotics can expect improved efficiency, increased productivity, and reduced costs. As technology continues to advance, robots will become even more sophisticated and capable, offering even greater benefits to companies in the supply chain.

In conclusion, robotics is transforming warehousing, logistics and supply chain, automating tasks, improving accuracy and efficiency, and enhancing safety. Companies that invest in robotics can expect to reap significant benefits, including increased productivity, reduced costs, and improved customer satisfaction.

Story by: Mario Pawlowski /iTrucker  / with the help of

Credits: Pickle Robot Company


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