IAM Robotics will attend the MHI Annual Conference at the JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes in Florida from October 14-17. The conference brings together solutions providers and material handling industry leaders to collaborate, share knowledge, address manufacturing and supply chain challenges, and develop solutions for improved performance.
Faced with stark increases in e-commerce order fulfillment and measured labor shortages, logistics companies are seeking flexible, automated solutions to maintain a competitive advantage in today’s rapidly shifting marketplace. IAM will meet directly with prospective customers to discuss our flexible autonomous robotics solution that autonomously navigates human-friendly environments, identifies the location of objects, and picks individual items or bins. IAM’s innovative solutions have proven to mitigate growing logistics costs while providing a compelling ROI.
The annual conference is hosted by MHI, the nation’s largest material handling, logistics and supply chain association. MHI offers education, networking and solution sourcing for members, their customers, and the industry as a whole through programming and events.
Founded in 2012 by engineers from Carnegie Mellon University in the robotics hub of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, IAM introduced the industry’s first, and currently the highest performing mobile manipulation logistics robot. IAM possesses distinct performance, technical, and economic advantages based on 20 years of autonomous navigation, perception, and manipulation experience.