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1) Innovations in Item & Parcel Sortation – Tompkins Robotics Delivers a Proven ROI in Diverse Applications
Starts 10:15 AM Ends 11:00 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Robotics Theater Sponsor Tompkins Robotics

Tompkins Robotics is a global leader focused on the robotic automation of distribution and fulfillment operations. Our primary system, tSort, consists of autonomous mobile robots that sort a wide range of items and parcels to consolidation points for order fulfillment, store replenishment, returns, parcel ...

2) Optimize Automated Warehouse Productivity through Storage Type and Distribution Network Analysis
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor Conveyor Solutions Inc. (a Systems In Motion Company)

Ecentria, the Destination for All Things Gear: thousands of brands, millions of products, countless how-to guides and reviews. All powered by their proprietary eBusiness Platform and driven by their unrivaled expertise. Experiencing rapid growth, come hear how Ecentria is evaluating and automating their ...

3) From the State-of-the-Art to the Future of Lithium-ion Power for Industrial Trucks
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater A Sponsor Green Cubes Technology

Green Cubes Technology will review the state-of-the art technology showing how Li-ion is used today. By using customer case studies, we show the real-world benefits in safety, efficiency, and total cost of ownership for enterprise customers large and small. These case studies will highlight the benefits ...

4) Get Paid to Reduce Carbon With Environmental Commodities (Deploying zero-emission equipment and fuels just got a lot easier)
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater C Sponsor SRECTrade, Inc.

Join this session and learn from the experts at the center of the global market for environmental commodities like RECs, clean fuel credits, verified carbon reductions, and digital fuels. Across North America and globally, shippers and their supply chain partners are accelerating plans to decarbonize, ...

5) Optimizing Warehouse Execution and Warehouse Control Systems with Automation
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater E Sponsor Ascent Warehouse Logistics

Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) manage, optimize, and direct the physical work processes (picking, receiving, replenishment, etc.) in a warehouse or distribution center. For companies to remain competitive, modern distribution centers must employ levels of automation that were unheard of a decade ago. ...

6) How Warehouse Robotics Increase Customer Satisfaction
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater F Sponsor Exotec

Customer demand for everything from faster year-round shipping to consistent order accuracy will continue to grow despite the long and ever-changing list of challenges warehouses are facing now and in the future. Supply chain disruptions and labor shortages aren’t taken into consideration by consumers ...

7) Combining New Generation of Robotics With Connectivity To Usher in the Future of AMRs
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater G Sponsor K.Hartwall

Today forklifts are an integral part of the supply chain with the global forklift market size valued at USD 53.5 billion in 2021*, yet global warehouses and logistics centers are challenged to employ enough forklift operators to operate them. Along with an increasing labor shortage, global warehouses ...

8) Returnable Container Visibility: Why & How GS1 standards, serialization, and RFID are key to maximizing ROI in returnable containers
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater I Sponsor Barcoding Inc.

Returnable containers are a smart and sustainable way to move assets and products; but investing in them and managing them can require extensive time and money if the right standards and technologies aren’t used. As many VP and Directors of Operations and Logistics know, keeping track of returnable containers ...

9) Robotics: Applications and Technologies
Starts 11:15 AM Ends 12:00 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Robotics Theater Sponsor KNAPP

The use of the word robot has become almost ubiquitous, as vendors and analysts call virtually any mechanization a “robot” and practitioners struggle with an almost dizzying array of options and alternatives from the latest vendors and their VC partners. In this session we will guide attendees with a ...

10) Going from Greenfield to High Bay Warehouse
Starts 11:15 AM Ends 12:00 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater B Sponsor Schaefer Systems International, Inc.

While it sounds easy enough, building a high bay warehouse includes various steps and precision planning. Matt Rivenbark, from SSI SCHAEFER, will take you through the high-level details on how to strategically plan and implement a new greenfield high bay warehouse with cold storage and what you need ...

11) Automation for the Unique Challenges of the Fashion Industry
Starts 11:15 AM Ends 12:00 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater H Sponsor TGW Systems Inc.

TGW is one of the largest system integrators of automated warehouse solutions worldwide, with a unique industry expertise in understanding and optimizing fashion distribution and order fulfillment. In this seminar we will share our findings and perspectives on the state of the fashion industry, especially ...

12) Lidar, IoT, WES, Orchestration, VDA5050, AMR, AGV: New terms, new solutions, how to simplify selection, deployment, and growth
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor SVT Robotics

Lidar, IoT, WES, Orchestration, VDA5050, AMR, AGV: New terms, new solutions, how to simplify selection, deployment, and growth

13) Cutting Through the Noise: How to look beyond technology and meet business objectives
Starts 11:30 AM Ends 12:15 PM Date Monday, March 20

Your inbox is full of noise. As you walk the tradeshow floor – noise. The supply chain industry is rapidly growing and evolving. In no other time have we seen so many technologies enter the marketplace, and they are all vying for your attention, adding to the noise. Along with that, the fierce competition ...

14) Minimize Supply Chain Disruptions with Innovative Technologies
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater A Sponsor Acumatica

Transform your business and fend off competitors by leveraging modern technology to optimize your supply chain to avoid disruptions caused by pandemics and global unrest. Material planning, scheduling, and other digital strategies reduce late inventory receipts, improve time-to-market, streamline fulfillment, ...

15) Powerful Together – optimizing your assets by aligning batteries, chargers, technologies, and data
Starts 12:00 PM Ends 12:45 PM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater C Sponsor East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc.

The technologies and chemistries used to power your lift truck fleet are more complex and customized than ever before. The key to maximizing your lift truck productivity is driven by understanding the main components of energy storage – batteries and chargers. In this session you will learn how to ...

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