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INVENTORY CONTROL IN WAREHOUSES Shortcomings to Current Solutions: 1) Expensive count error rate. 2) Slowness of the process. 3) High cost per man hours. 4) Unsafe process for human resources (work at heights). 5) Lack of inform
We are developing a service with autonomous drones that automate and substantially accelerate the INVENTORY CONTROL of goods of all kinds located in large warehouses and heights.
Without relying on skilled human pilots, UNG Systems drones can take-off from their home locations, navigate in and around narrow aisles, and land precisely where required. This is possible despite the lack of GPS inside the warehouse. UNG Systems uses advanced robotics, automation and computer vision techniques and to make such indoor autonomous navigation possible, reliable, and repeatable. Developing a service with autonomous drones that automate and substantially accelerate the INVENTORY CONTROL of goods of all kinds located in department stores and heights.
With only an Ethernet and a power connection, the UNG Systems ground station(s) can be made operational – with the ability to remotely manage a fleet of drones flying indoors. A trained operator can plan, execute and monitor inventory count missions, watch live video feeds, ensure safe operations, and step through location-wise barcode and image data, as need be.
UNG Systems offers autonomous options for (re)charging drone batteries. The best option depends on your warehouse layout, target cycle count frequency, size of rack storage areas, and other inventory metrics that you wish to target. With precision landing built-in and mission plannings, UNG Systems drones land themselves on charging pads, charge themselves, and take off for the next count.
Besides location-wise data for bin labels and pallet/case barcodes, UNG Systems ensures that multiple images are captured and archived for each location. This data can then be used by warehouse stakeholders manually (for audits, second counts, etc.) – as well as by algorithms for object recognition, empty/full slot detection, etc.
CSV-based data exports and imports may be good to start with, but UNG Systems can also push inventory data automatically into your warehouse management system using its APIs. Working with your internal IT and WMS support teams, data collected during drone inventory scans can be displayed and archived on the premise, in the cloud, or on backup storage. This is invaluable for internal and external inventory reconciliation by independent auditors, 3PL customers, and corporate stakeholders etc.
"the supply chain" is big. A multi-trillion dollar globalized industry that has started getting serious about automation, robotics and artificial intelligence starting in 2020. And it's the perfect time, but I guess you already knew that. Our mission is to help our customers, who are part of the global supply chain, to operate more efficiently, to help them integrate cutting-edge automation technology, supported by robotics and artificial intelligence, in the simplest way possible. While we like to develop very easy-to-use products, we promise that the results and ROI you get will be even more impressive.