|Sponsor||Lucas Systems, Inc.|
|Date||Friday, April 16, 2021|
|Time||9:30 AM - 10:00 AM CDT|
Artificial Intelligence will have a tremendous impact on supply chain and distribution operations over the next decade, but many DC operators are searching for concrete examples of how they can use AI today. This presentation will bring the concepts of AI and data science down to earth and describe practical examples of how AI can be used to give managers actionable, data-driven insights they need to improve warehouse management and operations.
AI technology is all around us, when we search the web or shop online, even when we drive. It’s also embedded in common DC technology solutions – including the speech recognition used in voice-directed picking systems and the vision recognition used in robots. This presentation will take a look at new applications of the technology to improve management decision-making and planning for slotting and labor management.
- What is AI (in layman’s terms) and where is it already used in the DC
- How it works: AI and data science for non-scientists
- Real-world applications of AI for warehouse decision-making and planning: Labor Planning and Dynamic Slotting
|Justin Ritter||Lucas Systems|
|Steve Yurick||Lucas Systems|