GEBHARDT Launches GridPick® Semi-Automatic Order Picking System

GEBHARDT Launches GridPick® Semi-Automatic Order Picking System

GEBHARDT GridPick® is the new system for enhanced order picking efficiency in manual warehouses 윈도우 xp sp2 다운로드. It consists of freely navigating driverless transport robots with an integrated GEBHARDT StoreWare® warehouse control system (WCS).

The order picker is guided through the warehouse and through the picking process in a route-optimised manner ted lecture. The picked articles are verified using a barcode scanner integrated into the vehicles and sorted into the payload area. The employee has their hands free, is not required to shift heavy loads, and the distances and times spent searching for items are significantly reduced 크롬 파일 자동 다운로드.

Working together with the GridPick® robots is intuitive. The GridPick® is regarded as a “Co-Bot” – a cooperative, collective and collegial robot – which supports and eases the burden on employees by enhancing efficiency within manual warehouses Download the Bible.

The employee uses a tablet as the user interface, which is attached at eye level. Information on the shelf side, the exact compartment, the article and the quantity to be picked is displayed here 문자알림음 다운로드. Each article is verified using the barcode scanner below the tablet. LED strips are integrated on the side of the loading area, which indicate the container in which the scanned article is to be placed according to the put-to-light principle Download alt-to-be single. Thus, false picks are almost completely eliminated.

Easy integration and flexibility

All robots communicate via WLAN  with the superimposed GEBHARDT StoreWare® WCS and report back their current status regarding location coordinates, battery charge, etc Download cj7 Jianggang 7. Using SmartWatch, employees are connected to the system at all times and receive information and instructions.

The WCS connects to the warehouse management system via flexible interfaces and receives the picking orders 윈도우 비스타 다운로드. GridPick® is compatible with existing warehouse management systems. Alternatively, it is possible to use our in-house warehouse management system GEBHARDT StoreWare® as a complete package Meteor Flower Garden 2018 ost. Through integration with the GEBHARDT Galileo IoT Cloud, the foundation for future topics such as predictive maintenance or artificial intelligence has already been laid 문명3 다운로드. Dashboards visualise the performance of the system online and show areas for improvements. The possibilities are wide-ranging and can be flexibly selected according to customer requirements.

Everything at a glance

The robots are intrinsically safe and, with their two laser scanners, have a 360° panoramic view without blind spots. Based on the environmental data, they identify people and obstacles and navigate unerringly to the specified positions. Thanks to intelligent navigation, no floor markings, induction loops or reflectors on the walls are necessary to autonomously approach the various positions. Thereby route guidance is completely free.

Picking process

At the starting point, the individual robot is equipped with load carriers that are assigned a unique place on the payload area. In the next step, the robot navigates autonomously throughout the warehouse. At a predefined location, the vehicle waits for an employee. As soon as an order picker registers with the GridPick®, the picking process begins with the warehouse compartment of the first item being displayed. The robot stops at the specified storage compartment and shows the employee via tablet from which compartment it has to remove which quantity. After the picked article has been scanned by the robot, the LED bar indicates exactly into which container the article is to be placed. As soon as the pick has been acknowledged, the next storage compartment is approached. This process is repeated until all pick orders assigned to the robot are complete and at this point, the robot leaves the employee and independently transports the picked articles to the agreed delivery point. The employee is then guided via SmartWatch to the next free GridPick® robot.