Lenze has published a new technical article that explains how to overcome the challenge of warehouse automation and achieve optimum performance.
Today's automation systems need to be faster, more agile and even more available than ever before. And in Lenze's new intralogistics technical article the challenges facing today's warehouse automation machine builders are discussed and solutions presented to help readers choose the right technology and supporting partners, and to ensure the right development tools are used and that Industry 4.0 readiness is incorporated.
Entitled Meeting The Warehouse Automation Challenge, this new technical article is available as a free PDF download from the Lenze website and is described as a 'must-read' for the builders of warehouse handling equipment who are faced with developing systems for distribution centres that are more complex than ever before.
Primed with the information and ideas outlined in the technical article, OEMs can make smart choices about the components and technology platforms they use, which will help them to develop machines faster, reduce purchase costs, simplify integration into the warehouse system and optimise performance.
Paul Berry, Business Development Manager at Lenze, comments: "We want to enable our OEM partners to make choices about components and technology platforms that benefit them long-term as well as in the shorter-term. That is why we have developed this technical article, which discusses how to meet the warehouse automation challenge head-on."
Follow the link to download A PDF version of Meeting The Warehouse Automation Challenge.