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GrayOrange upgrades warehouse automation system to allow the movement of heavy items

Gray Orange, a global software provider that leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to optimize fulfillment operations, today has the GrayMatter Fulfillment Operating System (FOS) supporting the movement of unmanned heavy payloads and Ranger Intralogistics (IL) robots. Announced that it will instruct the intelligent movement of heavy payload inventory. Warehouse zone. Make decisions based on efficiency and logic.

GrayMatter continually assesses direct current (DC) performance and deploys intelligent Ranger IL robots to transfer various inventory payloads weighing up to 2,205 pounds to pallets, racks, cages, or trolleys within the facility. To do. GrayMatter’s mobile spatial intelligence allows these Ranger robots to utilize LiDAR-based SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) to recognize their surroundings, select collision-free routes and operate accident-free. GrayMatter optimizes Ranger IL route selection. Ranger IL can operate continuously to increase the productivity of the human workforce in DC.

“GreyMatter uses ranger robots to intuitively adapt workflows in real time, moving the heaviest payloads in a warehouse unmanned and efficiently without risking worker safety or property damage. “More,” said Akash Gupta, Chief Technology Officer of Gray Orange. “The GrayMatter fulfillment operating system produces a safe and fast return on investment through increased productivity and time, cost and effort savings.”

Sodimac, a leading South American remodeling retailer, uses Ranger IL robots for GrayMatter in corporate distribution centers to accelerate throughput easily, safely and cost-effectively.

“Grey Orange helped develop ways to improve efficiency and productivity throughout the supply chain,” said Mariano Imberga, Operations Manager at Sodimac. “It’s amazing to see these robots (these Rangers) move around and turn around. GrayMatter software achieves everything we’ve been looking for in terms of productivity, efficiency and intelligence. Not only was it flexible enough to do, but it also integrated smoothly with existing platforms, “concludes Imberga.

The GrayMatter operating system, which works with clients, optimizes inventory selection, packing and shipping from facilities, protects service level agreements (SLAs), avoids bottlenecks, improves throughput, and of people and materials. Dynamically adjust to protect your safety.

“Companies investing in intelligent fulfillment processes and autonomous mobile robots will have a significant competitive advantage as the global economy recovers,” said Gupta. “This technology creates a buffer for productivity that helps businesses survive fluctuations in demand and workforce, while at the same time making it easier to operate in socially distant workspaces. Become.”

GrayMatter shows all inventories, so all inventories are shown as active and can be run on all channels at any time. GrayMatter does not call “storage” an acceptable inventory status, but predicts and optimizes inventory movements based on order flow, item popularity, expected delivery date, profitability analysis, customer value, and satisfaction. Adjust the robot to stage and move inventory.

To watch a video of the Ranger IL robot in action, go to

GrayOrange upgrades warehouse automation system to allow the movement of heavy items GrayOrange upgrades warehouse automation system to allow the movement of heavy items

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