RightHand Robotics builds a data-driven intelligent picking platform, providing flexible and scalable automation for predictable order fulfillment. The software-driven, hardware-enabled modular solution is capable of adapting to any picking situation bringing reliability to order fulfillment in growing industries such as electronics, apparel, grocery, pharmaceuticals, and more. RightHand Robotics was founded in 2015 by a DARPA challenge-winning team from the Harvard Biorobotics Lab, the Yale GRAB Lab, and MIT, intent on bringing grasping intelligence powered by computer vision and applied machine learning to bear on real-world problems. The company is based in the U.S. near Boston, Massachusetts, with offices in Nürnberg, Germany and Tokyo, Japan. For more information, visit www.righthandrobotics.com or follow the company on Twitter and LinkedIn.
|Warehouse Piece-picking Robots 201: How picking robots resolve your labor challenges||3/21/2023||1:30 PM||2:15 PM||Theater E|
|Warehouse Piece-picking Robots 201: How picking robots resolve your labor challenges||3/23/2023||12:00 PM||12:45 PM||Theater C|
RightPick™ 3 with the Suction Cup Swapper
RightHand Robotics introduces the Suction Cup Swapper (SCS) for its industry-leading RightPick™ 3 system. The SCS (or “swapper”) gives the system the ability to switch the suction cup type on the fly in order to optimize the picking process for a wider range of common products. It leverages the combination of compliant fingers and RightPick™ 3 AI software intelligence with each available suction cup for stable, secure, and damage-free grasping throughout ...