The engine of our system is the suite of AI-driven software working behind the scenes to keep your warehouse running efficiently. inVia Logic calculates the most efficient inventory moves while inVia Command tells our robots or your people how to make those moves. inVia Connect makes quick deployment possible by communicating data seamlessly with your WMS, no infrastructure changes required.
Our portal and dashboards let you see real-time locations of robots and inventory, as well as productivity levels, from most smart devices. That means you can monitor your operations and make informed real-time decisions wherever you are.
inVia PickMate gives people simple instructions for moving ordered items from the pick face into order bins, helping your staff move goods more efficiently in zones where you aren’t yet using inVia Picker robots. It also includes a management view with real-time visibility into productivity levels.
Robotic hardware features
Robotic hardware features
Picker robots are compact (just 25.5 in x 26.1 in) and have an extendable lift that reaches up to 8 feet. An industrial suction cup seals a tight grip on your totes and keeps goods secure as they move through the warehouse.
Our robots can pick and move standard totes of all materials, shapes and sizes, weighing up to 40 pounds. They also adapt to your shelving, and we’ll even provide intelligence that helps you optimize density.
Hot-swappable batteries that last up to 10 hours mean you can run your operations non-stop never wasting a second of valuable fulfillment time, and a built-in lighting system allows robots to see in the dark.
While many automation systems require people to walk with robots in warehouse aisles (people-to-goods), our autonomous robots eliminate costly warehouse walking by locating specific bins or totes on shelves, removing them, and carrying them back to stationary pickers (goods-to-people) enabling huge productivity gains.
Working within your existing warehouse infrastructure, inVia’s system maps the most efficient pick paths for your people or our robots. Our robots can operate 24/7 and autonomously pick totes up to 40 pounds, at heights of up to 8 feet. They gather intelligence in the process in order to continually identify the optimize paths.
It’s often more efficient to pick in parallel across zones in your warehouse. inVia’s system not only maps the most efficient pick paths but also manages the consolidation of picked items from every zone.
When inventory falls to minimum pre-defined levels, inVia’s system directs automated robots to retrieve and deliver totes to the replenishment station. The totes are then refilled, and the robots return them to their assigned location in the warehouse.
inVia’s system helps you more efficiently manage inventory and eliminate the costs of inaccurate counts and shrinkage. Our robots bring the totes directly to warehouse workers for counting, eliminating errors and time wasted walking endless warehouse aisles. Alternatively, robots can count autonomously by weighing totes to establish inventory quantities.
inVia’s robots manage returning products into the warehouse, whether customer returns or mis-picks that piled up in hospital. They carry these goods back to the right slot in the warehouse, and inventory data is updated to ensure all products are accurately accounted for.
People in warehouses inevitably make mistakes, and inVia’s system can efficiently remedy them by organizing random mis-picks into a logical re-stocking path. Then our robots use that logic to return goods back into the warehouse where they can be used to fulfill new orders.
inVia’s system can assign unique identifiers for your inventory so that you can immediately locate any product that falls within a particular batch or lot in your warehouse. This can be used to identify anything from materials that went into a product to dates the product entered the warehouse.
Once items have efficiently moved their way through picking and are ready to pack, inVia’s system tells packers which items to retrieve from order bins and place into shipping boxes. Part of the process is checking to ensure the right products and complete orders are ready to go, ensuring accuracy rates stay high.
inVia’s system uses precise algorithms to calculate how and how much product fits into a container, whether for orders, inventory, or packing.
Having visibility into the performance of your people and your operations is a prerequisite to making impactful business decisions. inVia’s software delivers real-time, actionable data, allowing you to adapt your operations to always perform at peak efficiency.
Subscription-based autonomous robots with 24/7 support, intelligent software, and zero-downtime implementation.