Cogniteam and 634AI deploy autonomous warehouse bots

Cogniteam and 634AI deploy autonomous warehouse bots

Benefits of drag-and-drop software and autonomous intelligent warehouse bots
– How robotic forklifts make safer working environments
Scalability and re-imagining of manually operated logistics centers.

Nimbus of Cogniteam and MAESTRO are collaborating by 634AI with the goal of reducing operational expenses and enhancing safety in warehouse robots.

Cogniteam, developers of Nimbus, a drag-and-drop robotics operating system, partnered with 634AI, developers of MAESTRO, an AI-powered central control tower that enables efficient and consistent internal operations. This will help 634AI integrate proven bots into its unique fork-based Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) development.

Nimbus is built to accelerate robotic projects by providing a proven echo system for development, deployment, management, and seamless cloud connectivity. It fits naturally with the 634AI’s vision of the future of robotics and its MAESTRO platform, which aims to give superpowers to the most ordinary of industrial spaces. Its semantic analytics, created from a comprehensive view of the floor, enables customers to conduct a fully coordinated operation of anything moving – real-time safety alerts for human-driven vehicles, or navigation between fleets of autonomous public mobile robotic platforms, through unified and flexible modules with greater of safety.

With many other industries incorporating robotics into their sector, 634AI believes that warehouse operations can improve their safety by welcoming autonomous machines. The combination of these two technologies will help accelerate the introduction of the unique 634AI AMR to the market. Cogniteam’s participation in the Israeli government’s Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Consortium means that Nimbus will allow robots to better understand and anticipate human behavior while operating in potentially dangerous robotic environments.

Yehuda Malish, CEO and Co-founder of Cogniteam

Developing a robot from scratch, including thinking, development, hardware testing, software testing and finally deployment, means that the new robotics system will hit the market in about 6 years. “We created Nimbus to help accelerate new robotics projects by providing a proven ecosystem for development, deployment, management, and seamless cloud connectivity,” said Dr. Yehuda Elmaliach, CEO and Co-founder of Cogniteam.

Among warehouse machinery, forklifts are the most popular equipment, consisting of 850,000 units across the United States alone. Forklifts require skilled operators, with extensive training in proper use. Due to labor shortages and various operational reasons, 50% of the existing forklifts are ineffectively used. More than 11% of these are involved in accidents, placing forklift accidents on OSHA’s infamous list of the 10 most frequently cited standards (information retrieved from OSHA website)

Oren Levy, CEO of 634AI, said, “For those who incorporate technology into their facilities, it is often an inefficient mixture that puts operations and worker safety at risk. One of our goals is to allow robots to do the heavy lifting, both from a worker safety perspective and from a An operational efficiency perspective. Cogniteam’s Nimbus allows us to focus on our IP address by freeing us from developing the full bot and fleet infrastructure that would take years to develop internally.”

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