Robots Cure Understaffing
Let robots do the grunt work
Industrial machines are mostly manually operated
Rate at which supply chain jobs outpace available talent
(2017 DHL survey results)
Tesco. Henkel, Target. Walmart. DHL. DB Schenker, Kuehne + Nagel, FedEx, and others are revolutionizing their operations. They have announced aggressive investment in AI and robotics. As a recent and highly publicized example, FedEx just scrapped their plans for a new $259m facility in Indiana to spend $1.5bn, or 6x that amount, on robots to automate existing ones.
For too long, companies have struggled to find enough workers to keep pace with explosive growth.
Machines powered by AI and 3D vision robotic “brains” cure a lot of headaches.
Robots don’t replace people – they expand what people are able to accomplish.
Robots are human tools.
“Robots cut our operating expenses by 20%”
The robot economy is here. There will be winners and losers. We ensure that our clients are among the winners.
Our technical team consists of 5 Doctors and over 27 Masters of Hardware and Software engineering & related disciplines.