SponsorDC Velocity
DateWednesday, April 14, 2021
Time1:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT

What You Will Learn

Industrial automation has been around for 40 years, but ecommerce fulfilment and distribution centers are predicated on variability - not repeatability. A robot’s needs are perception-driven. Having fast, reliable 3D and AI-powered vision is what makes them go. What keeps them going on repeatable tasks is supervised autonomy, a force multiplier for warehouse robotics, meaning that one person can manage many robots at a time ensuring systems are scalable, flexible and fault tolerant. This 'missing middle' of supervised autonomy in the warehouse environment is an untapped market. In this session, you'll see how it works, and why we say ‘Robots Work. People Rule’.

Key Takeaways

Robots need fast, reliable vision perception to 'see' an ever-changing range of packages to perform tasks.

Supervised autonomy, meaning that one person can handle many robots at a time to resolve exceptions, is a force multiplier for warehouse robotics.

Plus One Robotics’ human-in-the-loop approach to supervised autonomy enables 24/7 expert support while ensuring maximum performance and throughput.


Erik Nieves Plus One Robotics
Sheryl Seitz Plus One Robotics

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