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Dematic to highlight robotic piece picking at ProMat

Dematic, a global supplier of integrated automated technology, software and services to optimize the supply chain, will feature new order fulfillment solutions at ProMat 2017, April 3–6 at McCormick Place in Chicago. The company plans to highlight dynamic order fulfillment solutions that enable companies to respond to the ever growing demands of today's consumer. The integrated automation and software solution exhibit will showcase low to mid to highly complex technology options for all size businesses. Highlights include:

  • Dematic iQ Warehouse Execution System: This scalable software platform is designed to control and synchronize workflows for production and distribution operations. Dematic iQ allows users to dynamically manage orders, inventory, labor and material handling automation in real time.
  • Robotic Piece Picking: A robotic piece picking demonstration will feature "pick from tote" and "put to order" functionality. Goods-to-robot solutions allow order fulfillment operations to automate the most labor-intensive and repetitive tasks.
  • Pick & Pack Workstation: The new goods-to-person workstation is engineered with integrated pick and pack functionality. This fulfillment sub-system supports worker productivity, ergonomic operation and order accuracy.
  • Lifecycle Support Tools: The Customer Service team will be on hand to introduce TechTalk and SiteView, two new software tools that connect users to Dematic for technical support.

Dematic Egemin and Dematic Retrotech are brands within the Dematic company structure that will also have booths at ProMat 2017. Dematic Egemin will present new configurations for Automated Guided Vehicle System applications. Dematic Retrotech will present solutions for the modernization and upgrade of existing automated material handling systems.
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