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Attabotics partners with AltaML and Amii

By DE Staff   


AI and machine learning partners to help automation firm bolster capabilities its fulfillment warehouse technology.

(Photo credit: Attabotics)

Calgary-based Attabotics announced it will partner with AltaML, a Canadian applied AI/ML company, and the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii) to develop artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions that optimize the efficiency and productivity of Attabotics’ supply chain infrastructure.

Attabotics specializes in a novel warehousing concept. The company’s ant-like robots work in three dimensions, storing and retrieving items within a tall “high-rise” storage structure and delivering them to box packers on the structure’s outside perimeter. By replacing a standard warehouse’s sprawling two dimensional rows and aisles, the vertical storage structure reduces the space required for a typical fulfillment warehouse by 85 percent, the company says.

To support modern consumer behavior, shaped in part by the pandemic, Attabotics says it’s working with AltaML and Ammi to build advanced AI/ML capabilities, that will predictively optimize fulfillment and minimize downtime of its system by leveraging IoT data derived from modern cloud-based robotic operations.

“We’re excited to work with two world-renowned organizations to build the future of innovation in Canada,” said Scott Gravelle, Attabotics CEO. “Creating alliances with industry-leading partners is something we’ve put an emphasis on, which is why we’re so grateful to have identified the right partners in AltaML and Amii to help further to optimize our platform as we revolutionize the supply chain.”



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