ADLINK shows Edge IoT technology at exhibition

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The Edge IoT Smart Pallet Experience, says the company, will allow booth visitors to “get hands-on with machine vision, AI, and robotics at the edge.” Attendees will be able to stack pallets and race the clock for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card and meet “Rover the Robot” who will be giving booth visitors free t-shirts.

“Our Edge IoT solutions can help make conveyors smart, find missing inventory, automate bin picking, determine fill levels, connect robots and more – all in real-time,” says Daniel Collins, ADLINK IoT Director for North America. “By bringing AI to the edge we’re helping to automate warehouse logistics in a quick and cost-effective way that increases productivity and employee ergonomics. One of our customers decreased the time it takes to build a pallet by 41%, increasing total daily throughput by 200% without disrupting the way employees are used to working.”

The immersive experience will demonstrate machine vision, AI, and robotics technology for warehouse distribution and manufacturing with ADLINK partners Amazon Web Services (AWS), Intel’s IoT group, and robot maker Rover Robotics. Attendees can interact with ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS to experience first-hand how to quickly solve AI and vision-based IoT challenges.

ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS, says the company, make pallets and robots intelligent so they can communicate with the world around them, enabling customers to increase pallet profitability, quality inspection, automation, and productivity within the distribution center and manufacturing floor.

Pack Expo attendees can reserve a spot in advance or stop by the the company’s booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Level 1, Lower South Hall #6387, September 23-25, for the Edge IoT Smart Pallet Experience.

ADLINK Technology

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