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Intelligent Robot: Intelligent Storage Robot
- Apr 13, 2018 -

Based on its deep accumulation in hardware, embedded, ISP and pattern recognition fields, the company has begun to develop forces in the field of machine vision in recent years, focusing on the direction of unmanned aerial vehicles and intelligent robot systems.


In 2015, the company launched the “Jinmo” smart robot, which is part of the company's smart storage system. The system is composed of three major core modules: robot (AGV), robot dispatching system (RCS) and intelligent warehouse management system (iWMS). It uses a variety of scheduling algorithms to achieve intelligent operation and maintenance, and can coordinate multiple robot clusters through intelligent data analysis. Achieve multi-robot path planning and robot traffic management, and upgrade the automation, information, and intelligence of large-scale warehouses. By intelligently monitoring the running status of the robot, the robot can autonomously charge and improve management efficiency.


The robot system realizes the effects of autonomous robot perception and autonomous decision making. The robot has high positioning accuracy (in millimeters), can fully interface with the enterprise ERP, and is flexible in deployment. It can effectively reduce the labor intensity of workers and increase production efficiency and quality.


Although the popularity and influence of the former have been accumulated compared to Amazon’s KIVA, the design of “Lianmo” is more in line with the characteristics of China’s domestic warehousing industry. The “Henan” robot has been put into use at Hai Kang’s own security industry base and Haiyi Technology, a cross-border warehousing supply chain service provider purchased by NetEase Koala Hai. In traditional warehouses, more than 60% of staff time is spent on picking up goods, while “cocoon” robots implement multiple robots to work together to complete various tasks of intelligent storage, greatly improving work efficiency, and solving the pain points of the warehouse logistics industry.