By automating repetitive tasks and offering first-class AI-based optimization software, inVia Robotics dramatically increases warehouse productivity and accuracy.
San AntonioAnd the December 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Based on its recent analysis of the robotics technology industry among commodities in North America, Frost & Sullivan he admits via bots With the 2022 Leadership Award for Technological Innovation for creating a cutting-edge, autonomous Picking Robots-as-a-Service (RaaS), enhancing warehouse management performance while reducing production costs. inVia Robotics is a leading US based technology company providing futuristic robotic warehouse automation services to global distribution centers since 2015.
InVia Robotics solutions consist of agile bots, intuitive and flexible AI-based optimization software, and 24/7 dynamic monitoring, enhancing warehouse productivity by creating streamlined workflows through a cost-effective and convenient RaaS model. With this revolutionary business model, the company provides autonomous bots and easily customizable software to meet specific customer needs, without incurring additional costs.
“California– inVia Robotics offers automation solutions that are a unique combination of autonomous mobile robots, powerful AI-driven optimization software, and a full-service Robotics Operations Center (ROC),” Sankara NarayananDirector of Industry at Frost & Sullivan. “inVia’s true RaaS business model is attractive to customers because the company does not rent or sell bots but instead sells the productivity of bots and systems. The company bills customers based solely on the throughput of each bot and not of the bot itself.”
inVia’s flagship product, the Picker Wall, helps companies handle the ever-increasing volume of orders in warehouses, leveraging the company’s cutting-edge technology and engineering expertise to improve operations with robots that take charge of picking and sorting. This groundbreaking product improves productivity and enables workers to focus on meaningful responsibilities, eliminating time-consuming, repetitive tasks.
“The inVia picker wall generates high throughput and maximum efficiency in warehouse picking operations because the robots work independently of the workers. Even if workers take a 15-minute break, the robots continue to place orders and move ordered goods to the front of the warehouse,” he notes. Sankara Narayanan. “When order volumes are high, the need for more bots also increases. However, InVia’s Picker Wall ensures that the existing number of bots is used more efficiently. Frost & Sullivan are impressed that inVia’s Picker Wall helps customers manage such large volumes of requests with the same number of bots.”
Using efficient robotics and leading-edge technology, the company has achieved 300% revenue growth and cemented itself as an innovator and innovator in the commodity-to-person robotics market.
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