MODEX

MODEX is the industry's newest expo showcasing manufacturing and supply chain innovation.


<p>Chad Greene, pre-sales solution consultant (left), and Patrick Pretorius, manager of business development for Ticontract.</p> By Bridget McCrea · April 10, 2018
Transporeon Group Americas (Booth C1237) is at Modex this week, showcasing solutions that connect shippers and carriers for more intelligent and cost-effective logistics processes.
<p>Douglas Battery’s marketing manager, Amanda Fuller, showcases the company’s newly designed Raptor rapid chargers.</p> By Chris Lewis · April 10, 2018
Starting on Monday, Douglas Battery (Booth B2439) displayed its newly designed Raptor rapid chargers.
<p>George Harbachuk, RAF’s VP of Marketing </p>

By Bridget McCrea · April 10, 2018
Driven by autonomous bots, deep-learning artificial intelligence (AI) sensors, an advanced warehouse control solution, the Lightning Pick pick-to-light system, and other technological components, Matthews Automation Solutions’ (Booth B3763) automated inbound receiving solution covers all the bases of effective fulfillment.
<p>Tim Lindner, senior business consultant, demonstrates the photo- and video-capturing capabilities of Voxware’s VMS AR.</p>

By Josh Bond · April 10, 2018
Voxware’s (Booth B2027) AR solution brings together voice and scanning with vision and image/video capture.
<p>Trevor Blumenau, CEO of Voodoo Robotics, with a Mobile Turbo unit that has a battery pack to allow for mobility.</p>

By Roberto Michel · April 10, 2018
To reduce the cost of deployments of Voodoo Robotics’ (Booth B4375) Cloud Display Devices—used to relay pick-to-light messages and in other applications—the company unveiled the Mobile Turbo in a press conference yesterday.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 10, 2018
Spanning three days, Modex 2018 Student Days welcomes students and faculty members from universities, community colleges, technical schools and high schools.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 10, 2018
Join MHI’s staff and Board of Governors at Industry Night with comedian Jim Gaffigan on Wednesday, from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m., in Hall B’s Thomas Murphy Ballroom on Level 5 of the Georgia World Congress Center.
<p>Mario Herndl, CEO North America, (left) and Andrew Lockhart, VP sales integrated systems.</p> By Bridget McCrea · April 10, 2018
Offered as an add-on component to TGW’s (Booth B1227) FlashPick goods-to-person smart piece picking system, the new Rovolution robotic picking arm picks at rates up to 500 order lines per hour, said Andy Lockhart, VP of sales, integrated systems.
<p>ORBIS Corp.‘s product manager, Ryan Roessler, discusses the benefits of the company’s plastic pallets.</p>

By Chris Lewis · April 10, 2018
In Booth B3735, ORBIS Corp. is helping show attendees refine their pallets by educating them on plastic pallet benefits. It is showcasing a few of its plastic pallets—as well as sharing the results of a recent pallet analysis—to demonstrate the main differences between plastic and wood pallets.
<p>VCO Systems’ managing partner, Christianto Widjaja, showcases the company’s new, light-directed putwall.</p>

By Chris Lewis · April 10, 2018
With the installation of a new, light-directed putwall from VCO Systems (Booth B4474), online retailer Rue La La has redesigned its picking process for multi-unit orders without the addition of unit sorters, conveyors or WMS upgrades.
<p>Leif Jentoft, co-founder of Righthand Robotics (left) and Vince Martinelli, VP of business development, next to one of the collaborative robot picking stations at their booth.</p> By Roberto Michel · April 10, 2018
Just one year after its debut, the stationary piece-picking robots from RightHand Robotics (Booth B4087) for warehousing and fulfillment centers continue to evolve to address the individual unit handling needs of e-commerce and omni-channel retailers.
By Roberto Michel · April 10, 2018
The business rules and thinking of the industrial age won’t serve us well in the digital age, Andrew McAfee, co-founder and co-director of the Initiative on the Digital Economy, said at Tuesday’s MODEX keynote.
By MMH Staff · April 10, 2018
ELOKON (Booth B1762), a European leader in lift truck safety solutions, made its U.S. debut at Modex 2018.
<p>Pieter Krynauw, president of Honeywell Intelligrated, demonstrates Momentum’s real-time metrics and a live feed from a facility demonstration center.</p> By Josh Bond · April 10, 2018
Honeywell Intelligrated (Booth B3239) offered a live demonstration of Momentum, its new software platform for distribution centers that streamlines and simplifies complex e-commerce fulfillment operations.
<p>SafeGuard Products’ owner and president, Eddie Murphy, introduces the company’s new BeastBuilder online 3D configurator. </p>

By Chris Lewis · April 10, 2018
Having launched the BeastWire mesh-guarding system two years ago, SpaceGuard Products (Booth B4547) announced the new BeastBuilder online 3D configurator in a press conference on Tuesday.

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