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Published on Mar 3, 2017
At the warehouse of FIEGE Logistik the mobile and perception driven robot TORU is picking and stowing online ordered shoe boxes. The robotics Startup Magazino develops and builds perception-controlled, mobile robots for intralogistics. With Magazinos technology individual objects can be identified on the shelf and localized via 2D and 3D cameras, securely grasped and finally placed precisely at their destination.
Besides other use cases, TORU is especially made for handling shoe boxes in warehouses. The shoe market is developing fast and warehouses have to handle an increasing product variety and shorter delivery demands by customers. Decreasing order sizes and peaks on Mondays are additional challenges. With TORU Cube Magazino offers a solution to tackle those problems. Cost intensive inbound and outbound processes caused by return rate of up to 30-50% can be tackled with pick-by-robot – even with random warehousing. Order peaks on Monday mornings and empty parts of the warehouse can be avoided with prepacking by TORU during the night. The mobile robot can be integrated easily without changing the existing warehouse interior, layout or process. TORU delivers increased performance and reduced costs for picking.