Picking Optimisation

Automated picking systems are most often used nowadays to increase throughput even further by reducing manual tasks. Depending on the type and turnover rate of clients’ products, BPS Global team will find the best solution to achieve goods-to-person fulfilment by robotic technology. Autonomous Mobile Robots and Pick and Drop to Light are two possible solutions to achieve picking optimisation, upgrading the warehouse with productivity, efficiency, quality, reliability and level of product density enhanced.

 

Autonomous Mobile Robots

Order picking is considered to be the most challenging task in warehouse automation. To increase efficiency and lower the manpower cost, BPS Global provides autonomous mobile robots with Goods-to-person fulfilment technology that can be smoothly integrated into an existing warehouse and acquired over more than a thousand picks per hour. In return, our clients can benefit from rapid return-on-investment, high picking quality and shorter order processing times.

High Bay Robot
The High Bay Robot is a robotic case-handling automated storage and retrieval system, which was the first invented and the first one to put into commercial. It consists of High Bay Robots, multifunctional workstations, smart charging stations, storage system and the intelligent management system.

Robotic Picking
Picking is not only one of the most cost- and labor-intensive processes in a warehouse, it also has the highest error rates. With Robotic Picking technology and our long-standing expertise, we help our clients to facilitate picking and increase order accuracy based on their item and order structure.

 

Put and Pick to Light

Put and Pick to Light systems use light displays to direct operators to specific stock locations. Each product location can have an individual numeric or alphanumeric display with a light, an acknowledgement button, and a digital readout for indicating quantity. Other configurations allow fewer or more simplified displays to reduce the total cost. The implementation targets of our picking systems include shorter throughput times, cost savings and higher accuracy.