A new tool has been developed to help warehouses automate their operations.
The platform, called DSC Logistics, can be used to build warehouse robots that work alongside warehouses, rather than just monitoring them.
In the example shown above, the robot takes a view of the warehouse and calculates the size and dimensions of all the goods it will be carrying.
Once it has done this, it will autonomously pick up the goods, and send them to its owner.
As the warehouse owner, the DSC Robot will be able to order the robots to carry out their tasks in a specific location.
This is done by setting up a “path” on the robot’s virtual map.
This way, if the robot sees that the delivery truck is not far away, it can just take the goods there.
The warehouse owner can then schedule delivery for a particular day, for example.
The DSC Robots will be sent to the location where the delivery trucks are, and they will deliver the goods in a timely manner.
It is important to note that DSC is not an automation platform for the warehouse, and it does not have the power to perform specific tasks such as moving goods to and from a warehouse.
However, DSC Robotics does have a wide range of tools, and you can download the source code here .
As mentioned above, Dsc Robotics will also be used in warehouses that already have automated warehouse software, such as the ones from Zentrum.
DSC also supports automation for warehouses that have no existing automation, such to those that have just opened up.
The DSC Labs team has been working on DSC for about a year, and the company is hoping to have the product ready for market by the end of the year.