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Because of the increased sales volume, several industries are implementing sorting automation systems. Advanced package sorting robot technology will boost the European logistics business.
The Parcel Sorting Robots can navigate the floor markings using the surface, which is led by AI. Despite the fact that they are continually moving, their collision avoidance sensors ensure that they never collide. They read the barcode of each object they’re assigned to, weigh it automatically, and then place it in the appropriate system exit/bag. Special high-tech software is used to operate and connect everything.
The Europe Parcel Sorting Robots Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
LiBiao Robot, a specialist in automated robot-based parcel sortation solutions, has announced the launch of its ‘Mini Yellow’ range of autonomous mobile robots in the European market (AMRs). It is also looking for strategic relationships with distribution partners in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, and Italy.
The robot range, according to the company, was created as a low-cost, flexible alternative to high-cost, fixed tilt-tray and cross belt conveyor-based sortation systems.
The Hellenic Post Group ELTA, which is a public firm in Greece that provides both traditional and quick courier services, has invested in a completely automated sorting system to manage objects with extreme speed and security.
Plus One Robotics, a maker of 3D and AI-powered vision software, announced a partnership with Tompkins Robotics, a sortation-focused autonomous mobile robot company, this week. The companies claim that by collaborating, they will be able to provide more alternatives for sorting and classifying various types of goods. They claim that as a result, throughput rates will increase with reduced downtime.
Zásilkovna, a renowned Czech technology business, has begun using PackMan robotic sorters at its distribution centres. PackMans are automated guided vehicles (AGVs) that can transport items weighing up to 15 kilos. Zásilkovna is the first company in Europe to make extensive use of this technology. The robots can drive and sort packages for two hours on a single charge, and charging takes only 10 minutes.
The robots require human intervention to work since the employee must read the parcel into an electronic reader so that the robot knows where to take it. The person then loads the parcel onto the robot, which PackMan takes to the scheduled drop.
As a result, PackMans enable depot employees to perform a duty that robots cannot. Hundreds of millions of crowns have already been spent on PackMan and its infrastructure.
Robotics offers a wide range of applications in industry. They were able to successfully advocate the idea of automating activities within the company some time ago, and they were able to assemble an absolutely wonderful scientific team with whom they were able to bring the robotic sorter project to the point of practical use after roughly a year.
They required a system that could scale quickly and be disassembled and relocated as Packeta expanded. PackMans fulfils these requirements. They can move them from one depot to another as needed to help the business run more smoothly.
PackMans aren’t there to entirely replace manpower; rather, they’re there to make life easier for their coworkers. They can swiftly scale up the product, and one robodepot can handle over 10,000 shipments every hour. Within a single depot, they can build many robodepots.
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