Arvist for Warehouses

Technology for warehousing

As warehouse operations become more complex and demanding, businesses have to look for new ways to streamline their processes and maximize their efficiency. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is proving to be the answer to this challenge.

AI-powered Warehouse Software is revolutionizing warehouse operations and helping businesses improve their warehouse productivity. AI software can analyze existing data, identify patterns, and make decisions based on the data it collects, allowing businesses to optimize their warehouse operations and reduce their operational costs.

Use Case Example: Loading Dock Conditions

  • Time taken to load/unload the trucks
  • Dwell time study for ESG reporting
  • Worker job assignments
  • Loading dock equipment utilization rates
  • Loading dock management and staffing
  • Connect with Yard Management solutions

Use Case Example: Loading Dock Conditions

  • Real-time alerts for Forklift Collisions with human in the warehouse
  • Real-time alerts for forklift collisions with cargo/pallets/racks
  • Near-miss or close call studies to identify warehouse hazardous or accident prone areas
  • Forklift utilization rates
  • Unsafe forklift parking including blocked exits, aisles or entryways

Use Case Example: Route Optimizations

  • Tracking pallets throughout the warehouse
  • Giving reports on optimal routes to take for forklift and pallet movements throughout the facility
  • Reduce congestion and facilitate smooth movement of goods throughout the facility
  • Real-time worker job assignments and re-routing as required

Use Case Example: Blocked docks, exits and aisles

  • Goods or Pallets left in front of fire exits or doors violating safety regulations
  • Forklifts or other vehicles like pallet stackers parked in front of loading docks or other entry points
  • Ensuring walking pathways are free of any objects or vehicles for safe movement of people
  • Identify unknown objects which could be security threat

Interested in how Arvist can reduce costs and drastically improve your warehouse productivity?

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