GreyOrange to Display Its End-to-End Robotics Logistics Solutions at CeMAT Australia

by June 26, 2018 0 comments

GreyOrange and Advanced Warehouse Solutions will showcase the Butler range of robotics solutions at CeMAT Australia 2018, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 24-26 July.

Australia-owned Advanced Warehouse Solutions (AWS) is one of the biggest providers of Australian Made storage equipment. AWS has installed the largest flow racking system ever built in Australia. Their solutions are designed to work with all types of automated solutions like Butler robotics system from GreyOrange.

In the global logistics and warehouse automation market for robots, significant growth is expected in the years 2018 to 2022, with CAGR of more than 11 per cent. Innovations in the supply chain will be a key differentiator for businesses in Australia to stay competitive. The robotics solutions from GreyOrange include the Butler system used in distribution centres and omnichannel warehouses, its software platform GreyMatter, plus a collaborative robot, Butler PickPal.

The Butler goods-to-person system, comprising Butler M and Butler XL, can handle a payload of 100 to 1600 kgs(220 to 3500lbs) to move different kinds of loads from finished goods to raw materials, including pallets, drums and sacks. It supports multi-floor operations by using an elevator on its own, providing even greater flexibility to handle inventory across a facility.

GreyMatter, the software platform from GreyOrange, integrates multiple automation systems to synchronize material flow and to gain the highest efficiencies to manage omnichannel warehouses. It leverages Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to optimize, in real-time, large and complex operations for e-commerce, Retail, Manufacturing and 3rd Party Logistics (3PL).

Butler PickPal is the latest innovation from GreyOrange for high-speed auto-fulfilment.  It unlocks the next levels of efficiency and cost savings as it revolutionizes the picking of high-mix SKU inventory in e-commerce fulfilment centres. Powered by Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Vision, this collaborative robot works alongside a warehouse operator to increase throughput multifold.

Talk to the Solution Experts from GreyOrange and Advanced Warehouse Solutions about these high-performance products and solutions at CeMAT Australia, Melbourne, on 24-26 July, at Stand A22, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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