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Warehouse automation is a powerful tool, that can help us to improve accuracy, efficiency, and reliability while saving on labor costs.

Warehouse automation minimizes human assistance by automating the movement of inventory into, within, and out of warehouses to customers. As part of an automation project, a business can eliminate labor-intensive duties that involve repetitive physical work and manual data entry and analysis.

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Warehouse automation is software application integrated with material handling conveyors designed to support and optimizes warehouse functionality and distribution center management. These systems facilitate management in using simplified automatic technologies useful in daily activities like planning, organizing, directing, warehouse keeping and controlling the utilization of available resources, to move and store materials inside, around and outside of a warehouse, while supporting staff in the performance of material movement and storage in and around a warehouse, without causing any large scale disruption to business resources.

In warehouse automaton based on the storage area to the dispatch area there three types of conveyors may use to complete the goods movement from storage area to vehicle.

  • Belt conveyors (to move products in straight line)
  • Flexible roller conveyor (To neglect any obstacles in conveyor line)
  • Loading conveyor (To load the finished goods to vehicle)
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Features & Functions of Ware house Conveyor Automation Software

Ware house conveyor automation uses a database configured to support warehouse operations they are:

  • Individual stock keeping units are handled and stored, e.g. based on weight, dimensions, case pack, automatic ID labels (bar codes, etc.), and inventory by location with manufacture date, lot code, etc. stock keeping units may include basic materials, fabricated parts, assemblies, and industrial and consumer finished goods, etc...
  • Warehouse storage locations, e.g., individual location number, picking sequence, type of use (picking, reserve storage, etc.), type of storage (each, case, pallet), location size or capacity, storage restriction (flammable, hazardous, high value materials, outdoor, etc.), etc...
  • Expected labor productivity rates by function or activity
  • To Process the collected data
  • Store the collected data tracking
  • Overall conveyor system controls operation


  • Increased warehouse throughput
  • Better resource utilization
  • Reduced labour and operational costs
  • Improved customer service
  • Reduced handling and storage costs
  • Reduced human error
  • Minimized manual labour
  • Increased productivity and efficiency
  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Enhanced data accuracy and analysis
  • Reduced stock out events
  • Optimized warehouse space
  • Greater inventory control
  • Improved workplace safety
  • Fewer shipping errors
  • Reduced inventory loss
  • Enhanced material handling coordination
  • Improved order fulfilment accuracy

Application Uses

  • Food Industries
  • Pharma Indutries
  • Automotive
  • Manufacturing Sectors
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To collect the barcode data from the Product barcode.

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