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Key insights on software and automation solutions from Solwr at Robotics and Automation 2022

At Robotics and Automation 2022, Solwr will offer attendees exclusive insights into the Norwegian company’s range of software and automation solutions for warehouses and factories.

With offices in Ålesund, Oslo and Trondheim, Solwr specialises in enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, integrations, automation and robotics that support logistics organisations across the trade industry to ensure their operations remain modern and efficient.

Sort handles all types of pallets and reduces the need for

human pallet handling

A number of the company’s solutions will be on display at the exhibition, presented via a combination of videos and images, with Solwr technical experts on hand to offer key insights into the technologies and their range of applications.

Among the innovations visitors can learn about is Sort, a sortation solution for reusable packing, such as pallets. It has been developed to sort pallets on both type and quality requirements, with a mechanical and software framework – designed for easy adaptation – to handle other items.

Grab picking robots reduce strain

on employees by performing

heavy lifting in warehouses

According to Solwr, Sort is area efficient, scalable with an organisation’s needs and can be delivered with a standard capacity of 400 pallets an hour.

Also set to be showcased is Solwr’s Grab solution, which, as attendees to the exhibition in November will learn, is an autonomous pick-and-place robot for order picking of SKUs in warehouses.

Reportedly demanding little-to-no infrastructural changes, Grab is said to be well-suited for reducing both operational costs and HSE issues related to heavy and/or repetitive work.

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