Learning Automation Lessons from a Japanese Robotics Company Ahead of PACK EXPO 2021

Key Points:

  1. Automation is helping to fill the labor shortage and retention gaps.
  2. Packing has traditionally been a difficult field to automate.
  3. Machine intelligence makes this possible by allowing robots to perceive and react to its surroundings.

Commentary:

As labor shortages have continued to plague the global supply chain, many companies have recognized this as an opportunity to modernize operations by introducing automation.

At Pack Expo 2021 in Las Vegas, these solutions will be on full display. One company that visitors to the show can expect to see is Mujin, a Japanese robotics company. MarketScale spoke to one of their co-founders, Ross Diankov, to learn more about the technology that is driving automation.

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