Okamura Partners with RightHand Robotics to Integrate Robotic Piece-Picking Solution

With the integration of RightPick2, operator workloads and errors will decrease and warehouse efficiency and productivity will improve.

Right Hand Robotics Right Pick2 Grasp
RightHand Robotics

Okamura Corp., a Japan-based provider of high-quality products and services for distribution centers, and RightHand Robotics (RHR), a leader in autonomous robotic picking solutions, announced a partnership to further automate warehouse operations. RHR’s autonomous piece-picking solution, RightPick2, will be integrated with Okamura’s logistics solutions, such as AutoStore, beginning in February.

Okamura’s material handling systems are designed to achieve safer, faster, easier and more precise operations. With the integration of RightPick2, operator workloads and errors will decrease and warehouse efficiency and productivity will improve.

RightPick2 handles the core task of picking and placing individual items as part of a wide range of warehouse workflows and processes. It works collaboratively with logistics facility employees and existing manual or automated systems, providing a vital productivity boost as part of a lean and highly efficient material handling process. The solution combines an intelligent gripper, advanced computer vision, control software and machine learning to provide reliable automation to customers.

RightPick2 features entail: 

·  Model-free autonomous item picking

There is no need to provide the robot with the dimensions or pre-learn 3D models for each SKU. The robots share image intelligence based on experience. Even if RightPick sees an item for the first time, it will make its best effort and often succeed on the initial attempt.

·  Advanced hardware modules 

The advanced system features the 5th-generation intelligent gripper with integrated sensing, the vision subsystem, robotic arm and processor. Together, these provide fast and gentle handling for tens of thousands of individual products, sufficient for the demands of the Japanese market. 

·  RightPick management system

The system provides fleet management and human-assisted exception handling capabilities, allowing warehouse operators to manage up to ten robots from a single location.

·  Easy integration

RightPick2 is easily integrated with any warehouse management system or warehouse control system via a straightforward API, RightPick-MCP.

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