Dexory, a provider of AI and robotics solutions announced the first deployment of its robotics and artificial intelligence solution in the United States. 

Dexory’s technology is now in use at one of DB Schenker’s significant sites in Utah. This follows Dexory’s strategic expansion announcement into the North American market in early February.

DB Schenker, a global leader in logistics and supply chain management, is to leverage Dexory’s technology to enhance its real-time visibility of stock and occupancy tracking capabilities. 

The DexoryView solution, featuring autonomous mobile robotics and a digital twin, scans the Very Narrow Aisle area of the site, covering a staggering 40,000 pallet locations daily. Leveraging advanced computer vision and AI, DexoryView provides clear, visual insights for every shelf and height level. 

This eliminates the need for manually checking discrepancies and ensures important operational information is easily accessible. It emphasises priority actions, helping to make operations more efficient. 

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“We are excited to introduce Dexory’s promising technology in our warehouses,” said Daniel Spencer, director – solutions & engineering at DB Schenker Americas. 

“The deployment of Dexory’s robotics and AI solution underscores our dedication to staying at the forefront of technological advancements and highlights our pursuit of operational excellence.”

Oana Jinga, chief commercial & product officer at Dexory, added: “This live deployment signifies a major step forward in Dexory’s mission to revolutionise how businesses approach logistics and operational efficiency. 

“The progress achieved with DB Schenker serves as a testament to the power of innovative technology in transforming traditional practices, ushering in a new era of precision, speed, and insight in the world of logistics.”

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