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Bruce Welty, founder and chairman of Locus Robotics, which makes wheeled warehouse robots that carry items picked by humans, says …
Facing more pressure to speed orders more quickly to customers, a rising number of companies are using high-tech robots in their manufacturing process.
You’d be hard pressed to find a retailer with any e-commerce aspirations that isn’t revamping its operations with an eye toward automation and efficiency.
Locus Robotics created LocusBot to complete the warehouse tasks of bringing goods to humans for packing.
The company’s new LRAN technology (Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation) allows multiple robots to work collaboratively.
Locus Robotics opens its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Wilmington MA
DHL Supply Chain is implementing an innovative order fulfillment system in it’s Life Sciences Sector using Locus bots at their Memphis TN customer facility.
Adrian Kumar, vice president of solutions for DHL Supply Chain details how Locus bots are improving productivity at their Memphis medical device customer facility.
Rick Faulk talks with Hiawatha Bray, Technology Columnist for the Boston Globe about how Boston has become the epicenter of robotics technology
DHL Supply Chain News: DHL Supply Chain to use collaborative robots for innovative order fulfillment pilot
DHL announces Locus Robotics’ initial deployment of their multi-robot autonomous warehouse solution in their Life Sciences Sector.
TechCrunch talks about Locus Robotics’ new navigational software system, Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation (LRAN) makes it possible for their LocusBots to work more effectively together, and alongside humans in crowded, bustling warehouses. The system debuted at the industry trade show. ProMat 2017 in Chicago.
Clint Reiser of Logistics Viewpoints says Locus Robotics is a “Must See” at ProMat 2017 in Chicago as autonomous mobile robotics (AMR) moves from the concept phase to commercial availability and practical consideration.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive: Warehouse Equipment Innovations: The How’s and Why’s of Robotics in the Warehouse
Bruce Welty talks to Supply & Demand Chain Executive about Locus Robotics and how they are helping to shape the global supply chain.
Quiet Logistics implements autonomous fulfillment robots from Locus Robotics in their warehouses to increase efficiency and productivity.
“We enable our customers to take on Amazon,” said Bruce Welty, founder of Locus Robotics. “This is the biggest change for warehouses since the barcode.”
CIO Review picks Locus Robotics as one of it’s Top 20 Robotics Solutions Providers for 2017 (Page 40).
Bruce Welty talks with Imaging and Machine Vision about how advances in robot guidance and integrated vision systems are making fully automated warehouses a reality.
MassRobotics, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering young robotics companies in Massachusetts, on Friday showed off what makes its new innovation hub facility unique.
Nonprofit MassRobotics, officially opened its Shared Robotics Innovation Space in Boston’s Seaport Innovation District.
Boston is becoming the center of robotics innovation as TechCrunch profiles the opening of MassRobotics new startup hub supported by companies like Locus Robotics.