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Ryder Smart Warehousing

We’ve transformed warehouses to deliver advanced automation, flexible and instantly scalable operations, real-time visibility, and a customer-centric experience.

How Ryder is Different from Other 3PLs

Robotics

Robotics includes autonomous forklifts, tuggers, transporters, and assembly line vehicles. These devices provide a safe, efficient and reliable solution for the movement of goods in a smart warehouse, while improving productivity, visibility, and customer service levels. Warehouse robots have the capability to move around in their environment and are not fixed to one physical location. They also have the ability to navigate an uncontrolled environment without the need for physical or electro-mechanical guidance devices.

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Sensors & Tracking Technology

Sensors and identification tools automatically locate and profile inventory to capture and communicate data across the supply chain. Inside the smart warehouse, these technologies are used for tracking, tracing, security, inventory control, and event management. They also give complete visibility of products and processes in the warehouse to enable more control and reduce risk. Identification tools such as RFID and bluetooth technology provide real-time asset location and enable performance management that tracks financial loss, product quality, audit & compliance, customer satisfaction, and safety.

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Wearables

Wearable and mobile technology gives managers and employees the capability to exchange data between devices and the network. These devices – including smart phones, scanners, tablets, glasses, and head-mounted systems – give employees convenient and immediate access to technology and information wherever they are in the warehouse. In smart warehouses, wearables support core processes such as shipping, receiving, routing, inventory management, order picking, and replenishment.  

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Drones

Drones have many uses in the smart warehouse including inventory management, facility management and security. Drones are used to travel through facilities to map the warehouse and update data on inventory and facility conditions. Manually, this task could take two or more employees and at least one scissor lift to complete. The drone can be programed by the operator to perform automatic inventory checks throughout the warehouse, accurately identifying inventory in put away locations, at the frequency of your choosing.

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