Why Robots and Wearables Do More with Less

Register to attend Manifest 2022, where editor-in-chief Marina Mayer will be moderating a session that details the how, what, when, where and why when it comes to automated technologies.

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Robots and wearables, the talk of the town. These cutting-edge gadgets are designed to make operations run more smoothly, with less human error and more data. They’re designed to automate mundane processes, produce data and analytics and help companies (hopefully) stay one step ahead of supply chain disruptions.

However, despite their popularity in many of today’s supply chains, they’re still foreign to many. How do they work? What do they do? Are they worth the investment?

And more importantly, how do you get employees to work alongside them?

Register right now to attend Manifest 2022, where I will be moderating a session that answers these questions and more.

The session, “Doing more with less – the application of robots and wearables,” will take place Jan. 26, 2:45-3:20 p.m. at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.

In this session, I sit down with Carsten Funke, CEO of Picavi; Damion Shelton, CEO of Agility Robotics; Lior Elazary, founder and CEO of InVia Robotics; and Jason Ritter, VP of operations and customer success, Lucas Systems, to discover what areas of the warehouse are automation technologies most appropriate, how can robotics and wearables be applied to order fulfillment, what can companies learn from the automated data and what kind of employee training is involved.

Look for Track 2: Automation, Robotics & Quantum Computing and attend in person to learn more about how and why robots and wearables do more with less.

Hope to see you in January, in person, to talk robots, wearables and more!!!!!