Warehouse automation company inVia says the relocation of its customers’ facilities is “made easy with mobile robots”.
Online retail firm Hollar will be moving its warehouse and inVia warehouse automation system from California to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Hollar has been using inVia Picker robots and a cloud-based Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) management system since February.
The warehouse will be operational immediately within the new space owing to the quick set up of the inVia Picker robots.
inVia Robotics, developer of the goods-to-person solution offered as “Robotics-as-a-Service,” says it makes warehouse automation ‘turnkey’, through integrated robots, software and monitoring that can be fully deployed in days without disruption to existing infrastructure.