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    What happens to people when collaborative robots are deployed?

    Published on Aug 1, 2017

    A look at how collaborative robots are working with people, not replacing them. By Jim Lawton, Rethink's Chief Product and Marketing Officer, at Supply Chain Insights Global Summit.

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    How are collaborative robots trained?

    Published on Aug 9, 2017

    Smart, collaborative robots, such as Sawyer from Rethink Robotics, are easy to use and fast to deploy. Watch and learn what it means to train a robot by demonstration and see how easy it is to do.

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    How collaborative robots will change the way factories are run

    Published on Aug 23, 2017

    In addition to automating manufacturing tasks, another role that certain smart, collaborative robots are playing is controlling other pieces of equipment within the work cell.

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    What will collaborative robots look like in 2030?

    Published on Aug 28, 2017

    The factory of the future: what will collaborative robots look like in 2030? Hear what Jim Lawton, Rethink Robotics' Chief Product and Marketing Officer, had to say about this topic at Supply Chain Insights Global Summit.

  5. #15
    Article "Towards intelligent industrial co-robots"

    by Changliu Liu, Masayoshi Tomizuka
    December 18, 2017

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    Collaborative robot in action

    Published on Mar 13, 2018

    The use of a collaborative robot significantly reduces the footprint by over 50%, compared to cells with industrial robots, maximizing your production floor space.

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    Work smarter - how collaborative robotics deliver better value than goods to person

    Published on May 24, 2018

    Operators demonize walking because, let’s face it, most walking in warehouses is inefficient. Associates spend precious hours pushing manual carts, searching for the right aisles and rummaging for the correct SKUs instead of actually picking inventory. Logistics VPs get so frustrated about their slow pick rates and low throughput that they turn to traditional automation solutions, like conveyor based pick-modules, pick-to-light, and goods-to-person technologies. These vendors tell operators that caged off and anchored down steel and motors is the only way to fix their walking problems.

    That’s fine, if you’ve got millions to spend, and years to wait for a return on investment. We’ve got a better way around this problem: one where you can keep money in the bank, increase the productivity of your existing workforce and match the throughput of traditional automation solutions.

    At 6 River we’ve developed a system that eliminates the long walks, reduces the steps in the aisle and speeds up the operator. Chuck delivers work to the operator, eliminating the long walks to and from the active pick and staging areas. Using cloud-based servers and AI, we group similar work together, making the path as dense as possible, reducing steps in between every task. 6RS taps into your Warehouse Management System to combine picking, replen, and other tasks onto a single Chuck. To help do the work faster, we use images and lights to make it very easy for pickers to identify products. All this while pacing and directing the operator through their work with Chuck. Operators never have to push or pull a manual cart or fumble with an RF scanner!

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