Pittsburgh, PA. For the third year in a row, IAM Robotics is recognized by Robotics Business Review (RBR) as one of the world’s Top 50 robotics companies.
The RBR50 highlights industry leaders in robotics, artificial intelligence, and unmanned systems. For 2018, RBR researched numerous submissions and selected the Top 50 companies across the following categories: artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, components, manufacturing, and supply chain. The list represents the most innovative and influential robotic companies worldwide.
Having been selected as a RBR50 company in 2016 and 2017, IAM Robotics is just one of 15 companies to have made the list three times or more over the last seven years.
The United States leads with 36 companies while Pittsburgh, IAM’s headquarters, becomes a top city for RBR50 companies. This further demonstrates Pittsburgh’s global leadership in robotics and artificial intelligence.
IAM Robotics was the first company to offer a robotic solution that autonomously navigates human-friendly environments, identifies the location of objects, and picks individual items or bins. IAM received patents for piece-picking in 2017 and bin (tote) storage and retrieval in 2016. IAM’s bin handling capability was introduced just recently as a Flexible Automated Storage and Retrieval System (AS/RS).
The logistics and warehousing industry continues to seek a comprehensive solution that addresses an alarming global labor shortage and growing consumer e-Commerce demands. IAM Robotics is working with leading industry retailers and distributors to provide that solution. IAM’s solutions provide a compelling return on investment (ROI) without sacrificing operational flexibility. This is the competitive advantage companies need in today’s rapidly shifting landscape.
To download the full RBR50 report, please visit Robotics Business Review at https://bit.ly/2JOmKTr.
About IAM Robotics: IAM Robotics provides fully operational intelligent, autonomous material handling solutions built for e-Commerce order fulfillment and material handling in logistics and manufacturing. IAM Robotics’ solutions provide a full solution to existing labor challenges and allow organizations to get ahead of competition in the race to automate logistics, without sacrificing financial returns. For more information, please visit http://www.iamrobotics.com.