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OSARO and SVT Robotics have partnered to accelerate the integration of pick-and-place robotics systems for e-commerce and logistics businesses. As part of the agreement, SVT Robotics has joined OSARO’s partner program. The OSARO Partners Alliance provides a mechanism for AMR and ASRS vendors, integrators, distributors, third-party logistics companies, and consultants, to collaborate and co-market unified solutions.
SVT Robotics’ is a software company offering the SOFTBOT Platform that aims to simplify the process of integrating and deploying robots. OSARO develops robotic piece-picking solutions for e-commerce where key challenges include high SKU inventories, complex packaging and fragile items.
Members of the Alliance can use OSARO’s pick-and-place vision software to create new opportunities, build new revenue streams together, and expand the range of available solutions for fast-growing e-commerce and logistics businesses. OSARO customers will get access to the SOFTBOT platform.
“Even technically savvy companies struggle to integrate disparate software and hardware solutions across their facility or supply chain, which is why SVT’s solution-agnostic platform for robotics integration is so valuable for a fast and smooth deployment,” said OSARO CEO Derik Pridmore.
Advances in Al-driven robotics have created new solutions to tackle supply chain disruptions and labor shortages and to equip e-commerce operations with solutions that accelerate delivery and boost productivity. But tailoring the right solution requires a collaborative approach that includes software, hardware, and materials-handling experts with deep domain experience.
“Speed is key in today’s competitive e-commerce marketplace. Our partnership with OSARO means their customers can deploy OSARO robots in a short amount of time without lengthy code development to begin optimizing productivity much more quickly,” said SVT Robotics CEO A.K. Schultz. “Prospective customers can also engage with an OSARO pick-and-place robot cell at our Innovation Lab in Norfolk, Virginia, where they can see a live demo and learn more about the possibilities for advanced e-commerce automation.”
SVT Robotics also recently partnered with Locus Robotics, a leading developer of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to create an out-of-box integration between the companies’ respective solutions. The pre-built integration connection between SVT’s SOFTBOT Platform and Locus will shorten integration time and complexity.
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