Locus | March 03, 2021
Locus, a worldwide B2B SaaS company that automates human decisions in the supply chain, announced another mix with Lytx®, the leader in video telematics, analytics, safety, and productivity solutions answers for business and public sector fleets.
While Lytx gives GPS area data on vehicles, Locus utilizes the data to set up the most streamlined course. Also, Locus can use the arranged course and area data to think about arranged versus real execution just as force investigation and experiences. The consolidated item offering of Locus and Lytx will empower fleet administrators to upgrade the complete expense of possession (TCO) driven by efficiency observing, driver examination, perceivability, consistence the board, and prescient upkeep cautions.
For fleets, this smart management platform will assist with higher asset use, streamlined course arranging, better driver correspondence, and consistent associations with transporters and stockrooms, converting into cost and time reserve funds for the fleet managers.
"We are very excited to join forces with an innovative partner like Lytx and take our combined solution to the market. This partnership offers the perfect blend of analytics and routing capabilities to our customers," said Krishna Khandelwal, Chief Business Officer, Locus. "The optimized routing reduces both capital and operational costs for local distribution while increasing service levels and revenue-generating activities."
Locus is a deep-tech platform that automates human decisions in the supply chain to provide efficiency, transparency, and consistency in logistics operations. The platform uses deep machine learning and proprietary algorithms to offer smart logistics solutions like route optimization, real-time tracking, insights, and analytics, beat optimization, efficient warehouse management, vehicle allocation, and utilization. Locus also helps companies optimize their end-to-end supply chain network with its strategic consulting offering. The company powers deliveries across Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, Europe, and North America.
Walmart | July 19, 2021
Symbotic, a robotics and automation company focusing on reimagining the traditional consumer goods supply chain, and Walmart announced a partnership to reimagine the retailer's regional distribution network.
In 2017, Symbotic implemented its system for the first time in Walmart's Brooksville, Florida, distribution center. Since then, the companies have collaborated to improve the system. Today, Symbotic will begin upgrading 25 additional regional distribution facilities with the high-tech technology that will help Walmart achieve its goal of operating a best-in-class supply chain.
The supply chain at Walmart is critical to ensuring that customers can shop when, when, and how they want. Walmart will update and digitize its existing supply chain facilities to meet evolving customer demand and create a frictionless experience by adopting Symbotic's system. Furthermore, the retailer will provide associates with training opportunities to prepare people for future jobs, increase productivity, and reduce costs. Symbotic's scalable, integrated solution employs a fleet of fully autonomous robots in tandem with proprietary software to achieve industry-leading throughput and efficiency while increasing warehouse capacity. With the new system in place, Walmart stores will reduce the time it takes to unload, sort, and stock freight.
Walmart Inc. helps people all over the globe save money and live better lives - anytime and anywhere - via retail stores, online, and mobile devices. Approximately 220 million consumers and members visit approximately 10,500 stores and clubs under 48 banners in 24 countries and eCommerce websites each week. Walmart employs 2.2 million employees globally and expects $559 billion in sales in the fiscal year 2021. In addition, Walmart is a market leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy, and employment opportunities.
Symbotic LLC is a robotics and automation company that aims to revolutionize the conventional consumer products supply chain. The company has spent over a decade perfecting its warehouse automation systems to disrupt the products supply chain between manufacturers and consumers. With over 250 issued patents, Symbotic's platform is an end-to-end system that reimagines every aspect of the warehouse and is powered by a unique combination of proprietary software and a fleet of fully autonomous robots. The technology increases storage density, expands possible SKUs, minimizes product damage, and boosts throughput and speed to customers. Symbotic is rapidly expanding, with a pipeline of new and existing warehouses in the United States and Canada to build transformative solutions for Fortune 100 retailers and wholesalers.
Particle | April 29, 2020
Particle, the edge-to-cloud IoT platform built to connect the unconnected, today announced its new Tracking System to provide organizations with the ability to track the locations of a wide variety of mobile assets with its powerful, configurable, extensible and field-ready solution. In a forthcoming study from Particle that surveyed over 1,000 IoT engineers and industry experts, Asset Tracking ranked as one of the top three most in-demand applications for IoT technology.Built on the Particle platform spanning integrated Internet-of-Things (IoT) hardware, edge software, connectivity, and cloud-based management software, Particle's Tracking System empowers customers to track the real-time location of critical assets and capture additional intelligence via sensor data including temperature and acceleration as well as remotely control mobile equipment and vehicles.Asset Tracking operations are critical for both emerging and established industries, including supply chain & logistics providers, cold chain operations, micromobility businesses such as connected scooter & eBike vendors, transportation, and general purpose high-value capital asset tracking and monitoring.