|Date||Tuesday, April 13, 2021|
|Time||2:30 PM - 3:00 PM CDT|
Over the last decade, consumers, led by ubiquitous access to information and a desire for personal expression, have proven difficult to predict. As transportation costs rise, distribution centers decentralize, and margins are pressured by competition, supply chain leaders will need to lean into AI, autonomous robots, and connected worker technology to reimagine how their warehouses are automated. Watch this session to learn how these technologies will rethink automation with a shift from capital-intensive fixed automation paths to AI-learned flexible automation paths that can react rapidly to changes in business dynamics without capital-intensive redesigns.
Learn how flexibility requires a paradigm shift from highly engineered and expensive fixed paths to AI-learned and inexpensive dynamic paths.
Learn why software, not steel, is the key to achieving flexibility, throughput, and capital efficiency in a constantly changing world.