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61) Automating Pallet-Size Loads for Streamlined Operations
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater A Sponsor Seegrid

Pallets are a crucial element in the world of supply chains—playing an important role in the material flow within manufacturing and distribution facilities. The flow of pallet-sized loads is continuous, complex, and often difficult to manage—making up the bulk of the costs and time of personnel working ...

62) AI-Driven Flow Control: Using Next Generation Technology To Automate Decision Making In Your Warehouse
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater C Sponsor LogistiVIEW

Can you achieve better results by removing human-decision making in your warehouse? With the need to respond lightning fast and analyze numerous data points, are humans making the best decisions to maximize your throughput? Learn how automated decision making technology is delivering higher warehousing ...

63) Metal Prices and MHE Electrification Trends
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater E Sponsor OneCharge Inc.

Metal prices were at an all-time high in 2022, including the rare-earth metals used in battery manufacturing. The main contributing factors were the COVID-related supply-chain disruptions in China and around the world, the Russian war on Ukraine, and subsequent US and EU sanctions against Russia. On ...

64) The Low-Down on Lean Labeling
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater G Sponsor Newcastle Systems

Who knew the humble label was worth a second look in 2023? A label is essentially used on everything coming in and out of the warehouse – and has been for years. Tune in to learn from industry experts how upgrading your warehouse label printing process yields surprising productivity rewards. Join experts ...

65) SLAM (Scan | Label | Apply | Manifest) of MHI presents: The Business Case for SLAM Systems in Fulfillment Centers
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater I Sponsor MHI

Members of MHI’s SLAM Industry Group discuss the business case for optimizing the last 100 feet of the warehouses, fulfillment, and distribution centers. With advances in high-tech robotics and smart systems being developed and implemented upstream (e.g. robotic picking, high tech ASRS systems, etc.) ...

66) How Micro Deployments Accelerate Success and Time to Value
Starts 12:15 PM Ends 1:00 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Robotics Theater Sponsor SVT Robotics

The digital revolution ushered in the launch of new automation technologies and operational processes to go along with them. But even today’s automation opportunities are still bogged down with outdated implementation practices. The answer to those challenges can be found in micro deployments. This ...

67) Using Mixed Heterogeneous Autonomous Robotic Technologies to Support Global Retailer’s Micro-Fulfillment Ecommerce, Local Delivery, and Pick-Up Orders Business
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor Invata Intralogistics

Nestled in a corner of an industry-leading home store, a micro-fulfillment center takes up less than 7% of the store’s footprint. But within that compact space, you’ll find enough high-density storage to accommodate three different types of storage mediums, a mix of autonomous robots, and two robotics-supported ...

68) Crate & Barrel, Encore Wire & Clemens Food Group: Creating Leaders to Optimize the Next Generation Warehouse
Starts 12:30 PM Ends 1:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater F Sponsor Open Sky Group

Don’t miss this dynamic, fireside chat session where you will discover what kinds of processes, programs and technology that Crate & Barrel, Encore Wire and Clemens Food Group are using to retain their existing warehouse labor and help them create their next generation of leaders. Like our panel ...

69) Utilizing Emerging Automation Technologies in Distribution
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater B Sponsor Siggins

We will discuss unusual implementations of robotics within distribution centers. Topics include receiving and cubing small items quickly and accurately, automating full cases in sea containers, economical ASRS alternatives, value-add kitting applications, refrigeration options, and robotic arm implementations.

70) Industrial lithium-ion batteries within a circular economy
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater D Sponsor UgoWork

Batteries are an essential component of electric industrial vehicles and greatly affect performance, operator experience and usability in various environments. All batteries are not created equal; from chemistry, available energy, charging power and speed, battery management system, maintenance requirements, ...

71) On-Board Charging for Class I and Class II Lift Trucks
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater H Sponsor Delta-Q Technologies Corp.

For many years, on-board charging for Class I and Class II lift trucks was just an afterthought. However, rapid advancements in lithium battery technology and robust on-board charging solutions are allowing lift truck OEMs to significantly improve their overall systems, making on-board charging in Class ...

72) Adopting Automation: Why Autonomous Only Robots Aren’t Always Your Best Bet
Starts 1:30 PM Ends 2:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor Third Wave Automation

Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) have exploded onto the scene in the past 10 years but the technology is far from being what most solution providers will admit. Shared Autonomy bridges the gap and gives you the fastest, most flexible solution that you can implement right now. Autonomous, remote or manual- ...

73) The Perfect Match: Critical Relationships of Mobile Automation and Storage Systems
Starts 1:30 PM Ends 2:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater A Sponsor Advanced Intralogistics, A Shoppa's Company

Everyone wants automation, but what is the necessary infrastructure needed to make it happen? Too often, infrastructure and small details get overlooked or neglected, as there is too much attention given to the “shiny new objects” rather than consideration for all that is needed to make a system successful. AGVs ...

74) How to Handle Small Parcels
Starts 1:30 PM Ends 2:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater C Sponsor Fives Intralogistics Corp.

The industry's Material to be Handled (MTBH) has changed and continues to adjust based on consumers' online buying behavior. The need to handle smaller, thinner and lighter products has vastly increased. How do you automatically sort these non-conveyable items? Join us as we discuss the challenges ...

75) Warehouse Piece-picking Robots 201: How picking robots resolve your labor challenges
Starts 1:30 PM Ends 2:15 PM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater E Sponsor RightHand Robotics, Inc.

The labor challenges are real. And warehouse robotics are not all hype. There are many types of robots just waiting to work in your warehouse. But will a piece-picking robot make sense for your business? In this seminar, we will cover the basics regarding picking robots and the jobs they can perform ...

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