By: Alog Tech | August 31, 2017

Ofcourse! Read this article by The News Minute featuring ALOG TECH.

By: Alog Tech | December 07, 2016

IDC predicts that 35% of leading organizations in logistics, health, utilities, and resources will explore the use of robots to automate operations by 2019. Read the predictions on the IDC site.

Category: Robotics 

Tags: Robotics 

By: Alog Tech | October 04, 2016

From mobile robots in warehouses to drones for last mile deliveries, logistics is in the midst of a digital transformation. A recent report titled 'Future of Logistics' by Frost & Sullivan identifies Autonomous technologies and Robotics as a megatrend shaping the future of logistics. 'Autonomous Logistics' is central to the vision and name of ALOG TECH and we are excited to be part of this transformation. 

Autonomous Logistics

Category: Robotics 

Tags: Logistics 

By: Alog Tech | May 06, 2016

International Data Corporation (IDC) has identified robotics as one of six Innovation Accelerators that will drive digital transformation. IDC forecasts global spending on robotics and related services to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% from more than $71 billion in 2015 to $135.4 billion in 2019. The Asia/Pacific region including Japan accounts for more than 65% of total robotics spending throughout the forecast. Robotics spending will nearly double in Asia/Pacific over the 2015-2019 forecast period, making it the fastest growing region followed by the Americas. This is being driven by increasing labor costs, shortage of skilled labor, and an increasing emphasis on repeatable quality in conjunction with a reduction in p...

Category: Robotics 

Tags: Robotics, Automation 

By: Alog Tech | April 13, 2016

In an annual survey by logistics industry group MHI and Deloitte, 51% of respondents said robotics and automation are a source of either disruption or competitive advantage, up from 39% last year. Out of the 900 supply-chain professionals surveyed, more singled out those fields than technologies in wider use today, such as inventory or network management tools, cloud computing, and sensors. Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal.

Category: Warehousing 

Tags: Robotics, Automation 

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