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AutoStore - Stop Airhousing Start Warehousing EN

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AutoStore increases your warehouse's capacity by packing products closer together and being able to run around the clock. Is this the future of retail? Learn more: http://www.bastiansolutions.com/autostore
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BrownGuy Promotions (11 days ago)
Whats the cost
Bastian Solutions (9 days ago)
The cost of an AutoStore system can vary depending on several factors (overall dimensions, number of robots, number of bins, etc.). Please contact us at info@bastiansolutions.com for more information.
Phillip Hoang (4 months ago)
Alex Voxel (5 months ago)
really interesting
Creator Killer 09 (6 months ago)
What if there's an electricity interruption? Can the robots still work?
Bastian Solutions (6 months ago)
No, the robots would not work with an electricity interruption unless there was a backup power source.
Andrew Plummer (6 months ago)
... Your real job, is shopping...
Chee Siong Ng (6 months ago)
suitable for small weight items.... any solutions for big heavy items like a full pallet which weight approximately 1.5 tonnes?
Bastian Solutions (6 months ago)
+Ian McKenzie The max load per bin at this time is about 66lbs. The totes are custom made for AutoStore to fit within the grid and so robots can easily lift and maneuver them. At this time, there is not an option for customizing the totes.
Ian McKenzie (6 months ago)
+Bastian Solutions What about something like 300lbs? Do the totes have to made to suit the robots in terms of pickup points and overall size or is there customizability there?
Bastian Solutions (6 months ago)
If you are looking to handle large pallet loads, AutoStore would not be a good option for you. Perhaps a unit load ASRS or pallet shuttle system would be best. If you would like to discuss, please feel free to contact us, and one of our engineers would be happy to help.
vBDKv (8 months ago)
This is pretty cool. I've seen it in action and it works flawless.
Gomwolf (8 months ago)
It means we will lose more job.
Bastian Solutions (8 months ago)
We understand your concern, and know that you’re not alone in worrying about automation replacing jobs. However, warehouses and distribution centers have struggled to fill job openings for years, and it is only expected to get worse. Demand for warehouse workers is growing faster than the labor supply, mostly due to e-commerce growth and the record-low unemployment rate. Automation helps companies continue operations uninterrupted when they can’t find enough workers. The kinds of jobs available will also change as automation adoption increases. As repetitive, risky, and ergonomically unfriendly jobs become automated, the jobs available for humans will be safer, easier, and more productive. Throughout history, technological innovations have always changed the kinds of jobs that are available, but people have always adapted because of the improvements technology provides. It will be the same with industrial automation! If you'd like to learn more, here are some links about the warehouse labor shortage and the changes automation will have on jobs in supply chain: https://www.supplychaindive.com/news/automation-risk-jobs-supply-chain/519034/ https://www.bastiansolutions.com/blog/index.php/2018/02/28/enhancing-the-value-of-the-workforce-through-automation/ https://www.manufacturing.net/article/2018/08/overcoming-warehouse-labor-shortage-automated-solutions
Dmitrii Vladimirov (8 months ago)
Hi, I have several questions: 1) How deep down the robot can dig? Can it dig the crate from the lowest level? If so, how? 2) After the crate was picked, robot takes it to the lift which takes it down for picking the order? And then the crate is moved up again by lift?
Bastian Solutions (8 months ago)
Hello Dmitrii, Yes, the robot can dig up a bin at the lowest level. If a bin is buried beneath other bins, a robot stages the extra bins on top of the grid until it retrieves the desired bin toward the bottom. The robot then takes that bin to the edge of the grid and delivers it to the operator fulfilling the order. As the bin is delivered, another AutoStore robot cleans up the staged bins on top of the grid by returning them to their original position. The bin is delivered to an operator by the robot the same way a bin is picked and stored within the grid. Overtime, the AutoStore self-profiles with slower moving items go to the bottom of the grid and faster movers migrating to the top. Please visit our website or contact us if you'd like more information: https://www.bastiansolutions.com/solutions/technology/goods-to-person/autostore
Joseph Russel Timpug Ison (9 months ago)
Looks like many of us will be robot technicians in the future as workers or business owners 😐
Hindu Goat (3 months ago)
until they design a maintenance robot to do repairs on the other robots there is no task that can not be automated
masterpalladin (3 months ago)
hope the plantation owners don't cull the slave
masterpalladin (3 months ago)
and the impoverished masses revolt...or die in death camps
appleintosh (6 months ago)
Butcher Bee You’d better hope your job doesn’t get automated. Then you won’t have any money to “do what you want”.
Fello Foe (8 months ago)
And I love it, sounds awesome to me. More time to do what "we" want. Correction.
booger king (9 months ago)
So everytime you need to take a bin from the bottom, you have to take/remove the bins on top?
Fello Foe (8 months ago)
+Bastian Solutions, awesome, absolutely amazing. I love automation.
DLY (9 months ago)
Lol still faster than the old warehouse system. Most importantly no need for human labour.
Bastian Solutions (9 months ago)
Hello there, AutoStore bins do have to be dug out from the bottom at times. However, fast moving items naturally migrate to the top, and the slow movers to the bottom of the grid. When a robot needs to reach a tote at the bottom, it places the top bins off to the side, while the rest of the robots move around the stack. The AutoStore robot then replaces the stacked bins back in their respective column. Additionally, robots can be programmed to pre-dig bottom totes to save time. You can learn more by visiting our website: https://www.bastiansolutions.com/solutions/technology/goods-to-person/autostore
Dool Nath Chowdhury (2 years ago)
name of the song used in video?