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New Video on MHI View: Change Management for Implementing Mobile Robotics

Technological innovations are typically pioneered by large corporations with budgets to invest heavily in new, sometimes experimental equipment. Automation solutions are no different. However, to implement mobile robotics effectively organizations must consider the changes they are about to undertake. Innovations […]


Robotics Industry Offers Solutions to Combat COVID-19

Article from MHI Solutions Magazine Coronavirus pandemic is driving up demand and spurring innovation. For a long time, the robotics industry couldn’t avoid criticism that its products were replacing human workers, but public sentiment is shifting now that the coronavirus […]

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New video on MHI View: Increasing Flexibility with Robots

Robots have become a common addition to the DC. Not only are they now more affordable, but they also allow you to increase the flexibility of your operation. Now in distribution centers where smaller direct-to-consumer shipments are processed, being flexible […]


Don’t Replace Employees With Robotics; Increase Their Value Instead

Post by MHI Industry Group Blog, Warehouse Automation A recent video produced by MHIView explores “Designing Robotics with the Workforce in Mind,” a delve into how today’s collaborative robotic solutions are being engineered and programmed to support an existing labor […]

Collaborative Robots Streamline Logistics Operations

Article from MHI Solutions Magazine The growing use of collaborative robots, or cobots, is giving some warehousing and distribution centers a much-needed productivity boost. Guided by sensors, cameras and artificial intelligence (AI), cobots can move autonomously and work alongside human […]

Exploring the Use of Robotics in the Final 50 Feet of Delivery

Article from MHI Solutions Magazine New sophisticated solutions are being developed to optimize the last leg of the delivery journey: the final 50 feet. It was at the Urban Freight Lab at the University of Washington that supply chain experts […]

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