Infinium Robotics, an award-winning robotics start-up that develops autonomous solutions in Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), is developing Infinium Scan to help companies make a leap in operations productivity, improve customer experience and reduce cost.
Specifically designed to solve slow stock checking turnover in a warehouse environment, Infinium Scan’s fully autonomous drone solution enables businesses to achieve intraday stock resolution. The lack of external intervention in the system further reduces incidence of pilferage. This solution allows the stock-taking procedure to be run in a safe, accurate, and efficient manner.
The Infinium Scan trial took place at Bolloré Logistics, a global leader in international transport and logistics, and involved a demonstration of Infinium Scan to invited guests. Running up to this, Infinium Robotics had been carrying out a series of progressive demonstrations at various leading warehouse operators.
“We’ve been working on Infinium Scan for the past three years and now, we’re finally ready to take flight,” said Junyang Woon, CEO of Infinium Robotics. “Today we are proud to present Infinium Scan, the world’s first autonomous inventory scanning and stock-taking solution.”
Delving into the details of Infinium Scan, Woon said, “Infinium Scan automates everything from highly precise indoor navigation to automated scanning of goods (at heights up to the ceiling of the warehouses), allowing warehouse operators to reliably track, manage and optimize their inventories in real-time, and at significantly reduced operational costs. The Infinium Scan solution, improves everything from worker safety, which is often put at risk due to the sheer height of warehouse racks, to the productivity of warehouses in today’s 24/7 fulfilment environment.”
Infinium Robotics’ Infinium Scan solution was recently awarded for having the most innovative solution (“Most Valued Future Idea”) for next generation warehouse technology, at an event organised by global logistics leader DHL Group in Singapore called “DHL Innovation Day”. Infinium Robotics won the popular vote from over 140 participants, including DHL clients. Riding on the momentum, Infinium then closed a pre-Series A funding round of S$1million, which made the Infinium Scan roll-out possible.
“We believe that robotics is the next wave of technology enabler, poised to further improve the productivity and profitability of businesses,” Woon said. “Infinium Scan is a clear example of this. We would like to thank Bolloré Logistics for this partnership. It has been an exciting journey, seeing that our Infinium Scan solution is resonating with industry leaders. ”
For more information regarding Infinium Robotics, please visit www.infiniumrobotics.com