Geek+ has partnered with AI and machine-control software company Universal Logic to develop flexible automation solutions.
The collaboration will give Universal Logic access to Geek+’s autonomous mobile robot (AMR) technology range for intelligent sorting and picking, thereby providing Universal Logic with the flexibility to automate the entire chain from dynamic inventory control to pick and pack.
Additionally, Geek+ will gain access to Universal Logic’s AI platform Neocortex, which features real-time and modular robot control for extended perception, direct grasping, and advanced robot guidance. According to the company, this will enable human-like flexible picking capabilities.
David Peters, CEO of Universal Logic, said: “The Geek+ mobile robot platform, dovetails perfectly with Universal’s dynamic robot control for picking and packing, providing our customers seamless automation capabilities, creating an end-to-end solution to meet current and future supply chain needs.”
Randy Randolph, senior sales manager of Geek+ US, added: “We are very glad to partner with Universal Logic and look forward to leveraging their extensive experience in automating dynamic robot behaviour to realise the full potential of our intelligent mobile robotics solutions.
“By combining our advanced robotics hardware with Universal Logic’s unparalleled experience, we believe that this collaboration has the potential to transform the global supply chain and shape the future.”