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MODEX 2022 will take place in Atlanta Georgia from March 28-31, 2022.
While you can use the official MODEX exhibitor directory to find all 874 vendors at the show, we’ve gone through the complete list of exhibitors and extracted those vendors who are specifically exhibiting a robot, autonomous mobile robot, or automation solution at the show.
If you are in the market for warehouse automation, this guide should simplify your show planning process.
All of this data is available for download as a spreadsheet at the end of the story.
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Last update: March 22, 2022
New Product Launches
Several companies will be launching new products at the show (note: products listed as TBA below will be announced at the show and the content is currently not public – check back after day 1 of the show for updated details):
- AGILOX – Omnidirectional Counterbalanced Forklift [Booth B2202]
- Big Joe Forklifts – TBA [Booth B3219 & B3419]
- Boston Dynamics – Stretch Robot [Booth B6222]
- Covariant – Putwall [Booth c4592]
- ePicker – TBA [Booth C7294b]
- Fanuc – CRX collaborative robots [Booth B6855]
- FlexQube – eQart Navigator [Booth B8057]
- FORT Robotics – TBA [Booth B1909]
- Geek+ – PopPick [Booth B9226]
- Grenzebach Corporation – OL1200S [Booth B2611]
- Humatics – Milo Microlocation System [Booth B2007]
- inVia Robotics – PickerWall [Booth C7489]
- JBT Corporation – Trailer Unloader [B6626]
- Locus Robotics – TBA [Booth B8811]
- OPEX – TBA [Booth B6602]
- OSARO Robotics – Automated Bagging Solution [Booth C3794]
- Phantom Auto – Remote Operation Platform for Logistics [Booth B4428]
- RIOS Intelligent Machines – Robot Workcells [Booth C8290]
- Robogistics – Layer Picking System [Booth C3975]
- ROEQ – Big Cart [Booth B3003]
- Seegrid – Palion Lift AMR [Booth C7685]
- SnapFulfil – Snapcart [Booth C7891]
- Tompkins Robotics – tSort3D [Booth B7240]
- Vecna Robotics – TBA [Booth C7485]
- VisionNav Robotics – VNE20 Counterbalanced Forklift AGV [Booth B6836]
- Zebra Technologies – TBA [Booth B9219]
New Company Launches
Several companies are presenting their solutions at a North American tradeshow for the first time (although the companies may have been around for a while):
- Addverb Technologies [Booth C8470]
- Corvus Robotics [Booth C4871]
- Verity AG [Booth C4194]
- Ware [Booth C6477]
- Wiferion [Booth C7071]
All of the exhibitors are presented in alphabetical order (download the spreadsheet if you’d like to sort it differently or make your own notes):
6 River Systems [Booth B9932]
See the 6 River Chuck autonomous mobile robot and get a hands on 1:1 experience using the software solution for person to goods warehouse automation. Product experts will demo the latest additions to the 6 River wall-to-wall fulfillment solution and you can schedule a meeting for a 1:1 demo of the Fulfillment Execution software, The Bridge.
6 River is hosting a site tour and happy hour on Wednesday, March 30, at Verte’s Atlanta distribution center. The education session will begin in MODEX’s Theater B and follow it with an interactive site tour where you can see how collaborative robotics and AI technology integrate to improve every step of the supply chain.
ABB Robotics [Booth B4004]
ABB Robotics will be showcasing an array new robotic technology that is designed to support distribution center, logistics and warehouse operations, highlighted by several ASTI EBOT 350 AMRs displaying their agility within the confines of the ABB booth. ABB’s recent acquisition of ASTI Mobile Robotics expanded its robotics and automation offering, allowing it to offer a complete portfolio for the next generation of flexible automation.
Accerion [Booth C4178]
Accerion manufactures a camera-based positioning module called Triton for indoor localization of mobile robots in logistics and manufacturing environments. The Triton system enables mobile robots to navigate without infrastructure, with sub-millimeter accuracy at high speeds and in dynamic, changing environments.
Addverb Technologies [Booth C8470]
Automation solutions provider Addverb Technologies will be demonstrating its integrated solutions. Addverb recently expanded to the U.S. The company’s Dynamo, Quadron, Veloce, and Zippy robots will all be on site, demonstrating their skills in transportation, collaboration, and batch picking in an optimized travel path.
AGILOX [Booth B2202] – Product Launch
AGILOX will demonstrate the AGILOX ONE Autonomous Mobile Robot and their X-Swarm Technology Solution. With an omnidirectional driving system, the AMR can effortlessly move through very narrow aisles. In addition, the company is creating an exclusive show space in our their facility in Flowery Branch, GA, located just outside of Atlanta. At the offsite facility, the company will present the latest addition to the AGILOX fleet, the Omnidirectional Counterbalanced Forklift , and give visitors a first-hand opportunity to experience live the ‘easybility’ with which the AGILOX swarm can be set up. The OCF is capable of transporting heavy load of up to 3,300 lbs in open and closed containers.
Ambi Robotics [Booth C7094]
Ambi Robotics is an artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics company developing advanced solutions that scale e-commerce and parcel sorting operations to meet demand, while empowering humans to work smarter. Stop by the booth for a demo of their AI operating system, AmbiOS, that leverages proprietary simulation-to-reality (Sim2Real) technology to operate highly-dexterous robotic systems.
AutoStore [Booth B8613]
During MODEX, visitors will be able to see the newest addition to the AutoStore Robot fleet, R5+, which will be on display at the company’s booth. The R5+ enables warehouses to manage Bins up to 425 mm, making it the tallest Bins available in the AutoStore system. As a result of its increased height, companies operating in a wider variety of markets, such as footwear, semiconductors, and other similar applications, are able to benefit from the economically competitive offer.
Avidbots [Booth C5692]
Attendees visiting the Avidbots booth will get hands-on with Neo, the fully autonomous floor scrubbing robot. Built from the ground up, Neo is optimized for fully autonomous commercial floor cleaning. Press “go” and Neo “goes”, on its own cleaning for up to 6 hours on a single charge. Powered by Avidbots Autonomy, Neo handles dynamic environments with ease avoiding anyone or anything. Organizations can let their employees focus on revenue-generating activities, while Neo delivers a consistent, efficient and measurable clean every single time.
Berkshire Grey [Booth B4207]
Berkshire Grey will be demonstrating a number of recently released solutions at its booth at MODEX, including its Robotic Shuttle Put Wall (RSPW) solution, Mobile Robotic Sortation solution and a new solution that’s being announced this month to tackle labor challenges associated with eCommerce packing. Visitors to the booth can learn how the RSPW increases order sortation by up to 300% with robotic-assisted automation and see mobile robots that sort items, cases, and containers for cross-docking and intelligent delivery vehicle loading. Berkshire Grey is also hosting a seminar on the topic of “Robotic Pick, Pack, and Sort Systems at Fortune 50 Retailers Fill the Labor Gap” on Tuesday, March 29 at 2:15 pm.
Big Joe Forklifts [Booth B3219 & B3419] – Product Launch
Big Joe Forklifts will be previewing several new products with a look toward the future at this month’s MODEX trade show in Atlanta. Front and center will be the company’s vision for a new breed of semi-autonomous machines. The details on Big Joe’s new robotics will be announced on March 28, 2022.
Bluebotics [Booth B2009]
BlueBotics will showcase ANT navigation with a full mobile robotic fleet demo featuring several different brands of vehicles, spanning automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) from across the ANT navigation ecosystem.
The vehicles will run a small pallet-moving operation, all controlled by one ANT server software project. The fleet will include: an automated tow tractor with cart, a forked AGV, three BlueBotics mini lite autonomous mobile robots, plus an industrial cleaning robot.
Multiple types and even brands of ANT driven vehicle can be connected in a diverse fleet using ANT server, the company’s advanced mission and fleet management software. This software can also interface with a business’s existing WMS, MES, or ERP software, in addition to communicating seamlessly with on-site equipment such as palletizers, automatic doors and elevators.
Boston Dynamics [Booth B6222] – Product Launch
Boston Dynamics will be showcasing its newest robot, Stretch, at Modex with a demo designed to show how the robot autonomously unloads boxes from a container, much like it would in a real warehouse setting.
Caja Solutions [Booth C3789]
At the Caja Solutions MODEX booth, visitors can witness the company’s robotics ASRS for goods-to-person order fulfillment. Caja believes automation should adapt to a warehouse’s infrastructure, and not the other way around. The company’s robotic fulfillment solution for unit picking increases order picking efficiency and the storage capacity of warehouses, while improving the work environment of warehouse employees. This is achieved without major changes and investment in warehouse infrastructure, as the Caja solution seamlessly integrates with existing flooring, mezzanines, shelving and boxes.
Caja Robotics fulfillment system consists of cutting-edge software, specialized robots, and user-friendly workstations. Its fleet management is handled by a unique 4D algorithm, and the cloud-based software is powered by advanced algorithms that are ready to be integrated with leading WMS systems. The Caja system is designed for maximum efficiency and output, so you can keep up with an ever-changing competitive landscape.
Comau Robotics [Booth B9632]
Comau will show their industrial robot manipulators and autonomous mobile robots.
Corvus Robotics [Booth C4871]
Corvus Robotics builds fully autonomous robots that help warehouses manage their inventory records, a critical factor to optimizing both shipping times and revenue. No need to put up thousands of stickers, no need to change your barcodes, no need to change batteries — they work in lights-out conditions with no people around.
Covariant [C4592] – Product Launch
Covariant will demo the new Covariant AI Robotic Putwall. The power of the Covariant AI Robotic Putwall stems from both the Covariant Brain and the robot cell design. With AI-based automation, robots learn by leveraging past experiences to see, understand, and continuously adapt.
By combining deep-learning neural networks with vision-based perception, the Covariant Brain gives robots the ability to perceive, think, and act when it comes to pick-and-place actions. Also, it keeps improving, informed by experiences from Covariant’s entire fleet of robots. Because it is informed by millions of interactions, the Brain is able to pick and place any item, regardless of shape, size, packaging, and environment. It can also be applied to a wide variety of applications that require picking and placing items in a warehouse. The robot cell that the team designed from the ground up is the other half of this innovation. It maximizes speed and accuracy while also being flexible enough to integrate into a customer’s unique environment and workflow.
Dexterity Robotics [Booth C7075]
At MODEX 2022 Dexterity will showcase two full task robot arms collaborating to singulate and induct messy piles of flats, envelopes, boxes, and polybags at beyond human speeds. Powered by Dexterity software, these full task robots can problem solve, collaborate, multi-task, and are deployable in brownfield induction areas in as little as 24 hours. Dexterity’s experts will be on hand to describe how advanced motion control, computer vision, a sense of touch, and machine learning combine to solve warehouse challenges from inbound to outbound with full task robots.
ePicker [Booth C7294b] – Product Launch
At the 2022 MODEX show, ePicker will be revealing a new product leveraging the latest in AI and mobile robotics. ePicker is an elite material handling equipment provider that helps maximize the efficiency of eCommerce transactions for a variety of applications and environments. With the company’s fleet of stackers, pallet jacks and access vehicles, ePicker vehicles operate everywhere you need them, every day.
Exotec [Booth C6291]
Exotec will be showcasing its innovative solutions including the signature Skypod system which utilizes robots that reach a height of 36 feet to enable high-density inventory storage. The system increases warehouse throughput up to 5 times with 2-minute response times for all SKUs.
Exotec will also demonstrate the latest innovation to be integrated into the Skypod system: The Skypicker. The Skypicker is an articulated arm able to move solid objects weighing up to 4.4lbs and with a minimum surface of 0.8 x 0.8 inches at a speed of 4.5mph. The Skypicker can reach up to 600 items per hour and ensure sustained order picking for products without handles that account for 30-50% of the items in the cosmetics, health, high tech, cultural and food sectors.
FANUC [Booth B6855] – Product Launch
FANUC America will demonstrate two new CRX collaborative robots, and a variety of automation solutions for the warehousing and logistics industries. FANUC recently expanded its popular series of CRX collaborative robots with the new CRX-5iA, CRX-20iA/L and CRX-25iA. The new CRX cobots complement FANUC’s existing line of CR and CRX cobots that now total 11 model variations able to handle products from 4 to 35kg.
FlexQube [Booth B8057] – Product Launch
FlexQube will be showcasing their eQart navigator which is the world’s first non-load-carry AMR. The eQart navigator provides a unique AMR & motorized cart collaboration that allows the navigation stack and motorized platform to be within two different units. This provides manufacturers the flexibility to have simpler platforms that are adaptable to their materials but the same AMR navigation unit (eQart navigator).
FlexQube will also have their eQart line AGV solution, leading the way in easy-to-use, first-step automation.
Finally, FlexQube will have its original modular material handling cart concept at the show with a number of designs to showcase the modular carting concept. This booth is a must-see for all that like to pioneer new & creative ideas in their workplaces.
FORT Robotics [Booth B1909] – Product Launch
FORT helps builders and operators of autonomous mobile robots and other smart machines reduce risk and boost productivity with safe, secure machine communication tools. Join us at Modex in Booth B1909 for one of our in-person info sessions on Safety & Security for Mobile Robots, where we’ll be discussing functional safety, the importance of cybersecurity, and how to optimize human-machine collaboration for productivity. Led by FORT’s functional safety and cybersecurity experts, this session is a must for OEM robot developers, integrators, or anyone planning to deploy autonomous robots in their facility. Booth visitors can also learn about FORT’s Wireless E-Stops, Remote Controls, and other solutions for trusted machine communication. Sessions will take place Monday through Wednesday at 11am and 3pm. Reserve your spot here.
Fox Robotics [Booth C7797]
Fox Robotics is innovating with autonomous trailer unloading using robotics.
Geek+ [Booth B9226] – Product Launch
Geek+ will be showing some of their next-generation AMR solutions at Modex 2022. The Geek+ Americas team will showcase the new picking solution, PopPick, the award-winning RoboShuttle, and adaptable conveyor-top sorting robots. This will be the first time Geek+’s new goods-to-person solution and adjustable-height sorting solution have been demonstrated in the United States. Take a look at this YouTube video for more information.
PopPick is Geek+’s latest goods-to-person solution and brings several advantages:
- Picking robots carry shelves from storage to PopPick workstations where intelligent robot arms retrieve goods and present them to the operator.
- PopPick uses order forecasts to automatically adjust tote locations within the inventory rack.
- PopPick can increase picking efficiency to up to 650 totes per hour, improve warehouse storage density by 50%, and optimize throughput capacity by 2 times.
RoboShuttle is ideal for micro-fulfillment centers and has already won awards for the benefits it brings as a high-density storage solution:
- RoboShuttle swiftly maneuvers through aisles and, using its telescopic fork, can reach deep into the shelf to pick a tote and relocate it anywhere on the rack.
- Small, medium and large items can be stored on the same shelf and picked together.
- RoboShuttle can reach up to 8 meters, maximizing warehouse space and can increase picking efficiency by 3 times.
The S20C-A is an innovative new conveyor sorting robot that responds to industry demands:
- The AMR’s conveyor belt top can adjust its height to adapt to the infrastructure around it and respond to changes in its environment.
- The S20C-A can operate in pairs and fleets, as well as integrating with moving and picking AMRs.
- This new advanced sorting technology can immediately benefit industries as diverse as express courier services, footwear and apparel, e-commerce, and others.
Grenzebach Corporation [Booth B2611] – Product Launch
Grenzebach will be demoing the new OL1200S, a new generation of automated guided vehicles for long goods carriers and large payloads of up to 1,200 kg (2,645 lbs).
Hai Robotics [Booth C4585]
- The HAIPICK A42T robot, with a telescopic lift function that can flexibly adjust its picking height, can handle bins (totes or cartons) at a storage height ranging from 0.28 to 8 meters. The feature sets itself apart from similar goods-to-person robots in that it allows maximum warehouse space utilization. It can carry 8 loads to feed goods-to-person workstations in one move, and shuttle between different storage areas without hindrance.
- The HAIPICK A3 robot is a fork-lifting ACR robot that suits for more scenarios in addition to bin storage. It can handle goods that don’t require a container, such as tires, trays and boards that can be lifted by a fork from the bottom. Its fork-lifting design brings an extra benefit of higher storage density, since spaces between neighboring bins can be reduced. This type of robot is also a good match with environments that has strict control for dust, static and pollution.
- HAIPORT is an automatic loading and unloading machine that can be docked with ACR robots and conveyor workstations. A HAIPORT-powered Workstation, which can fulfill orders from in-bounds to out-bounds, involves collaboration between HAIPICK robots, HAIPORT and conveyor belts.
Honeywell [Booth B7619a]
Honeywell Intelligrated will be showcasing some of the most exciting developments in warehouse management and automation. Honeywell will offer a firsthand look at its Smart Flexible Depalletizer that now makes it possible to process single- and mixed-SKU pallets in any sequence without pre-programming or operator intervention. See how autonomous mobile robots and Honeywell’s Smart Flexible Depalletizer ease the stress of warehouse workers, and dive into the software helping to move the industry forward. Daily presentations will showcase the ins and outs of Honeywell’s Momentum labor management software (10:30 a.m. ET) and the smart flexible depalletizer (3 p.m. ET).
Humatics [Booth B2007] – Product Launch
Learn more about the Humatics Milo Microlocation System for autonomous mobile robots (AMR). The Humatics Microlocation system delivers patented positioning and navigation technology that delivers highly reusable, rich data to GPS constrained areas.
IAM Robotics [Booth B9626]
IAM Robotics has been providing flexible automation solutions for years. They went from launching Swift in 2016, to entering the AMR market in 2020 with Bolt. Currently, IAMR is reinventing its solution offering and will be ready to launch in 2023. Stop by booth B9626 to see their evolution and to speak with a representative to learn how you can stay in the loop for their next solution launch!
inVia Robotics [Booth C7489] – Product Launch
inVia Robotics is an award-winning automation company providing the next generation of AI-driven, warehouse optimization solutions. Visitors will see a live demo of inVia PickerWall where autonomous mobile robots bring goods to people. People are then able to pick at rates of up to 1,000 UPH. Modex attendees can test their picking skills in the booth at inVia’s Picking Challenge. The fastest picker wins an iPad!
JBT Corporation [B6626] – Product Launch
JBT is launching a new automated trailer loading and unloading AGV.
Kawasaki Robotics [Booth C3785]
See Kawasaki‘s line up of industrial and collaborative robot manipulators in a variety of logistics and warehouse workflows.
Kindred Robotics [Booth B9235]
Kindred was acquired by Ocado, and is a robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) company using AI-powered Kindred SORT robots. The company is primarily working with apparel companies to help automate order sorting and shipping processes.
Kivnon [Booth C5488]
Kivnon will demo the K11 HP, an AGV/AMR model that is a solution for automating the transport of very heavy loads over long distances in bidirectional processes. This mobile robot has the power to move large loads and provides greater flexibility in the movement of materials within production or logistics processes.
Also in the booth will be the K03. This AGV/AMR model is the perfect solution for automating the transport of medium loads in highly specific processes and work environments where space is tight. Thanks to its rotational lift table, this mobile robot can rotate on itself maintaining the absolute position of the load. This allows greater flexibility of movement and minimizes the times of the operations.
Locus Robotics [Booth B8811] – Product Launch
Locus Robotics will kick off MODEX with a press conference on Monday March 28th to announce and showcase their new line of robotics solutions. For the rest of the show days we will have a full line up of speakers and presentations including some of Locus’ customers. Stop by to meet our team, see our fleet and talk about the how Locus’ Next Level supply chain automation is helping leading warehouse distributors meet today’s demands and position themselves for the digital warehouse of the future.
Milvus Robotics [Booth B909]
Milvus Robotics will show 3 SEIT AMR models for different payloads, along with a full range of attachments to facilitate highly-advanced material handling that is tailored to your needs.
Mujin Robotics [Booth B1407]
Mujin will debut mixed-case robotic palletizing with intelligent buffer and re-sequencing capability along with other fully automated solutions to show the future of the warehouse, including mixed-case depalletizing and piece picking. With each application, Mujin’s flagship product, the MujinController, controls robots from top robotic arm vendors Fanuc, Kawasaki, Mitsubishi and Yaskawa Motoman using advanced sensing and real-time motion planning.
The MujinController guides the movement of any robot arm via machine intelligence, a new and advanced category of artificial intelligence (AI) that automatically manages potential downtime scenarios through perception and autonomous decision making without the need for human intervention.
To demonstrate fully automated scenarios, Mujin will also showcase autonomous vehicle solutions created by MHS and Tompkins Robotics. Delivering goods to and from the robot cells within a variety of containers shows the versatility and capability of Mujin and its partners to deliver end-to-end solutions.
MuL Technologies [Booth C4085]
MuL Technologies is will demonstrate MARC, the Mobile Autonomous Robotic Cart for customers who want flexibility and simplicity with all the benefits of sophisticated technology at an affordable cost.
Mushiny Robotics [Booth C6690]
Stop by and see a demo of the Mushiny Robot Warehouse Management System: R-WMS, the system automatically adjusts the types and quantity of SKUs in the manual operation area, so that simple orders composed of pure hot-selling products fall into the manual picking area. This is combined with the Mushiny Robot Warehousing Solution
OPEX Corporation [Booth B6602] – Product Launch
OPEX, will be introducing a revolutionary breakthrough in goods-to-person technology at MODEX 2022. Visit Booths #B6504 and B6602 to meet company leadership; view the latest innovation in customized, scalable solutions that solve the business challenges of today and in the future; and learn about how OPEX is helping companies around the world transform how they conduct business through advanced technology that streamlines processes, improves workflow, and reduces labor.
OSARO Robotics [Booth C3794] – Product Launch
OSARO will be launching the first comprehensive robotics solution for automated bagging at MODEX 2022. Their OSARO Automated Bagging Solution pairs robots powered by OSARO software with automatic bagging machines from leading vendors PAC Machinery and Pregis, however the company will only be showing their bagging solution with Pregis. OSARO’s autonomous piece-picking robot integrates seamlessly with existing logistics facilities to fulfill orders quickly and efficiently. Introduced last fall, the system is available immediately as a ‘drop-in’ upgrade to existing bagging and packaging stations.
OTTO Motors [Booth B4824]
Visitors to OTTO Motors at Booth will see a demonstrations of OTTO autonomous mobile robots, get hands-on with the software and learn from customers such as The Hershey Company, Berry Global and Honeywell about their automation journeys. OTTO is also bringing their material handling automation experts who can collaboratively work with visitors to understand their specific application, material handling challenges and offer the tools and expertise to get AMR projects up and running.
Phantom Auto [Booth B4428] – Product Launch
Phantom Auto will demo the Remote Operation Platform for Logistics. Phantom is helping its customers solve the labor shortage with human-centered remote operation, enabling people to remotely operate forklifts, trucks, robots, and other vehicles from up to thousands of miles away. By decoupling labor from location, Phantom’s remote operation platform increases labor access and retention, safety, productivity, and resilience across the supply chain. Remote operators, also referred to as digital drivers, can “teleport” between different vehicles and between different warehouses with the click of a button, all from the safety of a distant office.
Plus One [Booth B3627]
Plus One Robotics will host live demonstrations of their vision software – PickOne, as well as their supervisory software – Yonder, at their booth. In addition, Erik Nieves, CEO of Plus One Robotics, will be hosting a seminar at the conference: Humans Are the Loop – Workforce Development in the Age of Automation Hypergrowth.
Visitors to the Plus One Robotics booth will experience two different live robot demonstrations. The first will provide attendees a chance to serve as a warehouse ‘Crew Chief’ and remotely control a robot in San Antonio to pick and pack from the showroom floor using their depalletizing system for random, mixed pallets. A second full-scale in-booth demonstration will showcase robot to AMR picking which focuses on robotic automation of distribution and fulfillment operations.
In addition to the live in-booth demonstrations, Nieves will also be speaking Monday, March 28 at 12:30 p.m. at the Emerging Technologies Theater about what’s next in industrial automation, examining how technology is enabling digitization of the supply chain at a pace that was not possible ten years ago. He’ll focus on what warehouse operators need to do to prepare for the robot workforce that is coming. Plus One’s COO Crystal Parrott will be moderating a panel on Wednesday, March 20 at 2:15 p.m. on how to use “The Buyer’s Journey” to Overcome Obstacles in Materials Handling Automation in Theater H.
Prime Robotics [Booth C7494]
Prime Robotics will be demonstrating their goods-to-person autonomous shelf solution and their pallet moving AMR solutions. RSVP up for a private demo before the show if you would like to have a private demo.
RightHand Robotics [Booth B8622]
Flexible, scalable, and autonomous – visitors can see the RightHand Robotics piece-picking robots in action at its MODEX booth. Get an up-close-and-personal look at the data-driven intelligent picking platform, RightPick™ 3, which provides flexible and scalable automation for predictable order fulfillment. This solution is capable of adapting to any pick station, bringing reliability to order fulfillment in evolving industries such as pharma, ecommerce, grocery, and more. Also, don’t miss the company’s “Piece Talks,” happening live each day at the booth. These are short presentations given by industry partners including Element Logic, Tompkins Robotics, SVT Robotics, Universal Robots, and more. Follow RightHand Robotics on LinkedIn and Twitter for more details.
RIOS Intelligent Machines [Booth C8290] – Product Launch
RIOS will unveil several new workcells in response to popular customer demand. On floor demonstrations will showcase AI-powered robotic workcells in active handling of goods with human-level dexterity at line speeds. The demonstration task performed by the robots is an integral part of operations within distribution centers of all scale. RIOS will showcase active workcell deployments in manufacturing and warehousing environments. RIOS’ AI-powered end-to-end robotic workcells are currently deployed in the warehousing, fulfillment, food manufacturing and production, and end of line packaging sectors. RIOS workcells seamlessly integrate within existing workflows.
Robogistics [Booth C3975] – Product Launch
Robogistics will be demonstrating their new state-of-the-art Layer Picking System that will work independently or in tandem with other Robogistics Robotic System Automation Solutions
Rockwell Automation [Booth B6611]
Stop by for an exclusive demo of Rockwell Automation‘s intelligent conveyance technology (complete with AR experience), an interactive virtual warehouse experience, their new space saving on-machine drives, an Emulate3D™ station.
ROEQ [Booth B3003] – Product Launch
Mobile Robotic Equipment for AMRs (autonomous mobile robots): ROEQ will be showcasing the BIG cart solution – the ROEQ TMS-C1500 – which has been entered for an MHI Innovation Award for its ability to transport up to 1500 kg / 3307 lbs. In addition, ROEQ will demo top rollers with the award winning ROEQ GuardCom system, designed to transfer loads safely between a static conveyor and mobile robot. The company will also show how the ROEQ TML200 lifter solution can automatize the pick-up transfer and delivery of pallets, racks and carts.
Seegrid [Booth C7685] – Product Launch
Seegrid is performing demonstrations of its AMRs and enterprise software solutions working together to transform material handling. The company’s newest autonomous lift truck, Seegrid Palion Lift AMR, is making its global debut, working in tandem with other Seegrid IQ-powered robots to illustrate connected, end-to-end material orchestration. Attendees can watch Palion Lift safely and autonomously place pallets onto and pick pallets from a conveyor, utilizing its 360° safety-rated scanning coverage and 3D LiDAR for object detection, ensuring maximum safety and accuracy. Seegrid robots will autonomously pick and place at height, build and deplete pallet lanes, perform synchronized self-charging, and other hands-free workflows.
Siemens Intralogistics [Booth B5011]
Siemens Intralogistics developed SIMOVE as an agnostic tool for managing AGVs and AMRs. See a demo of SIMOVE at the Siemens booth.
SnapFulfil [Booth C7891] – Product Launch
Providers of the award-winning and cloud-based SnapFulfil WMS solution, the company’s forthcoming autonomous mobile robot (AMR) called SnapCart is taking its first steps at MODEX 2022 – and visitors can have fun instructing it to pick items from totes, via an RF gun. SnapCart utilizes ‘cellular’ picking to define new standards in e-commerce fulfilment efficiency. Using cart-mounted pick to light technology, it delivers significant and tangible improvements in multi order picking to packing effectiveness and accuracy.
Stoecklin [Booth B7656]
Stoecklin is sharing the latest hardware and software innovations at their MODEX booth and is sponsoring a major case study as part of the show’s on-floor seminar series on March 29 at 2:15 PM in Theater E. The case study session will share the experiences of leading pharmaceutical manufacturer Fresenius Kabi with the expansion of its operations in Wilson, N.C., which included the introduction of the aseptic production of IV solutions. Fresenius Kabi needed a material handling system to automatically move and keep track of the products while they cooled down. This presentation describes the challenges associated with the new process and what Fresenius Kabi learned in addressing these challenges.
SVT Robotics [Booth B8260]
Visitors to the SVT Robotics booth will experience in-person robotics integrations that use the SOFTBOT Platform. The SOFTBOT Platform enables companies to rapidly deploy any robot, IoT device, or traditional automation, fully integrated with their enterprise systems, in any warehouse or manufacturing facility.
In addition to live demos, SVT will host speakers throughout the show from several technology partners on the SOFTBOT Platform, including 6 River Systems, RightHand Robotics, and Prologis. SVT is also co-hosting an educational seminar with Kenco Logistics on how to balance innovation, optimization, and managed operational risk in existing facilities.
Swisslog [Booth B7661]
Swisslog will feature Paulii, the company’s robotic bartender in the Swisslog Booth. Attendees can enjoy a perfectly poured beer while watching a live demo of AutoStore optimized by Swisslog’s SynQ software, the company is also featuring its automation designed for temperature-controlled environments, including its PowerStore high density shuttle system for pallet warehousing.
Tompkins Robotics [Booth B7240] – Product Launch
Tompkins Robotics will be unveiling two new proprietary robotic solutions, tSort3D and xChange, that will be demonstrated in conjunction with the tSort system. Accompanying the product demonstrations will be the announcement of a new Robots as a Service (RaaS) financing model.
- tSort3D which allows 6 to 8 times the sort destinations in the same space as other traditional automated sortation solutions, provides for thousands of sort destinations, sorting volumes up to 20,000 an hour, and facilitates a single, very large batch pick.
- xChange allows for the first time ever, a fully automated unit sortation system to be paired with our autonomous tote exchange robot, further reducing the costs of distribution in a fulfillment center.
Uchimura Robotics [Booth C3577]
Uchimura Robotics distributes collaborative and mobile robotic solutions for manufacturing, logistics, laboratory, and educational applications. We distribute Techman Robots, Shibaura Machine formally known as Toshiba Machine, Robotize, HITBOT, FlexiBowl, OnRobot, GoBe Robot, and Vention. The following product will be on display in the booth:
- Techman Robot: Collaborative six-axis robots with built in vision for easy guidance and inspection.
- Shibaura Machine: Wide range of industrial high-performance SCARA, Six-axis, and Cartesian robots.
- Robotize: Autonomous transportation robot with dedicated design to handle high pallet loads in factories and warehouses.
- FlexiBowl: Innovative flexible parts feeder that is compatible with all robots and vision systems.
- OnRobot: Versatile and elegantly engineered end-of-arm tooling for collaborative robot applications.
- Vention: Industrial grade building blocks to design and build automation platforms and systems.
UR Robotics [Booth B2805]
Universal Robotics will showcase two new cobot-powered palletizing solutions: A UR16e cobot equipped with a Schmalz FXCB gripper palletizing and depalletizing from skid to skid with a conveyor using UR’s built-in palletizing wizard; and a UR10e with a Mujin Controller in mixed-case robotic depalletizing.
Vanderlande Industries [B5406]
Vanderlande provides warehouse automation solutions for today’s most dynamic e-commerce, retail and omnichannel customers. Our fully integrated approach solves the complex needs of the world’s leading companies with a complete portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software, and full life-cycle services. See a variety of Vanderlande solutions in their booth.
- ADAPTO, a shuttle-based automated storage and retrieval system, allows warehouse operators to handle an unparalleled array of carton, tray and tote sizes while roaming warehouse levels and aisles independently of lift platforms.
- Goods-to-Picker (GtP) workstation provides maximum flexibility and a truly lean picking process, dramatically improving pick performance with minimal training.
- The Pallet AV (Autonomous Vehicles) portfolio, which is now commercially available in the US, makes it easy to improve warehouse safety and automate pallet movements throughout the different levels within a warehouse (conveyors, racking and floor).
Vecna Robotics [Booth C7485 or B8837] – Product Launch
Vecna Robotics will be showcasing its fleet of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) at MODEX – including some game-changing additions. At the company’s booth, attendees can expect to experience real-time demonstrations, understand how to automate everyday material handling tasks that free human workers for higher-value initiatives, and learn how the company is addressing in-between workflows long ignored by automation. To talk to the company at the show, demo its AMRs or see the latest innovations in material handling automation, stop by showcase booth #C7485 or demo booth #B8837.
Verity AG [Booth C4194]
Verity‘s automated inventory tracking system, powered by self-flying drones, enables big-box retailers, 3PLs, and manufacturers to eliminate errors in the warehouse by fully automating inventory management. At MODEX, the Verity booth includes video of the system at work in the warehouse at leading 3PL DSV, as well as two actual drones that are used to scan inventory on nights and weekends while employees sleep—and to deliver the data-driven intelligence that is helping industry leaders like DSV, IKEA, and Performance Team-a Maersk Company achieve 99.9% accuracy in their warehouses.
The Verity team will be on hand to share important features of the system, including WMS integration, powerful software, and advanced analytics, that support delivery of a low-cost, quick-to-implement system that works every time. In addition to Verity’s Head of Sales, Marc Duruy, and Head of Solutions, Scott Gibbard, Verity CEO, Raffaello D’Andrea, will be attending and available for personal meetings and media interviews by request. Visit verity.net/modex2022/ to learn more and to book your one-on-one session with Verity.
Vimaan [Booth C6088]
Vimaan StorTrack will be showcasing and demoing several of their inventory tracking solutions at their MODEX booth. Included in their booth includes a demo of DockTRACK Parcel, which scans, tracks, and inspects high volume packages entering and leaving warehouses. Also on display is StorTRACK Ground which delivers groundbreaking data capture of stored inventory at ground levels. Unlike other inventory tracking solutions that scan RF or barcodes, VIMAAN solutions read the entire package label providing more actionable insight than ever before. VIMAAN verifies and validates against a warehouse’s WMS, ensuring that their customers operate on the most up to date information possible, delivering unprecedented inventory accuracy.
VisionNav Robotics [Booth B6836] – Product Launch
Check out the new VisionNav VNE20 Counterbalanced Forklift AGV. Based on visual driverless system, Counterbalance AGV VNE20(VL) can realize automatic material handling, loading and unloading of materials, inbound and outbound both indoor and outdoor, without changing the existing procedures or infrastructures. Combined with “3Dlaser + visual”navigation, 3D laser perception and servo control technology, VNE20 can achieve ±20mm stacking accuracy and 360° anti-collision.
Ware [Booth C6477]
- Ware’s autonomous warehouse inventory control system – a drone and the newest nest deployment solution will be on display.
- A live-stream from our facility in San Francisco, CA, showing live drone flights and a a glimpse into how the technology works.
- A customer case study featuring insights into the provided solution and results.
- Displays showcasing the Ware Cloud reporting software with example dashboards and inventory data gathered during drone warehouse flights.
Wiferion [Booth C7071]
Wiferion will present its high-performance etaLINK 3000 and etaLINK 12000 battery charging systems live in America for the first time at MODEX 2022. etaLINK is the most important innovation at MODEX because it makes all conventional AGV and AMR charging technologies obsolete: The system can charge any type of battery and automatically delivers the right power (24 or 48 volts). The system will be the best fully automatic, maintenance-free power supply for all industrial e-vehicles and will set a new standard in intralogistics. Wiferion will demonstrate lean and clean auto charging with a Safelog AGV during Modex.
Yaskawa Motoman [Booth C4093]
Yaskawa Motoman will show the HC20XP collaborative robot for warehousing applications.
Yujin Robotics [Booth C4397]
Yujin Robotics makes the GoCart AMR product family.
Zebra Technologies [Booth B9219] – Product Launch
Zebra Technologies is launching and demonstrating several new purpose-built products designed to improve communications and efficiencies at its MODEX Booth. The innovative solutions from Zebra respond to the continued evolution of warehouse operations and are designed to help reduce the strain on warehouse workers. Zebra will also be showcasing additional intelligent industrial automation demos focused on optimizing the fulfillment process and streamlining workflows.
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