Dorabot's aim for warehousing: No humans allowed

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With a combination of AI, global partnerships and speed, Dorabot is leaping into the future

US e-commerce giant Amazon announced in April this year that it had hit a logistics milestone: it could now ensure one-day delivery within the US on as many as 10m items in its warehouses. The reason behind the enhanced speed was simple – the efficiency of the 200,000 robots working alongside their human Amazon brethren. With the intertwined human/robot fulfillment system having evolved to become an integral part of the automated warehousing sector, a Chinese startup, Dorabot, is now aiming to push the boundaries of the industry even further: it intends to fully automate warehouses, remo...
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