The company's robots are referred to as "Chucks" which are capable of induct, picking, and takeoff within the warehouse. The robots receive orders from the company's cloud-based software and aids the human warehouse employee with completing the necessary task.
There are various sizes of Chucks, all of which are 49 inches tall, but can have a width ranging from 24 to 40 inches. They can carry goods such as totes, shoe boxes, garments, bulky items, and more. In order to navigate the warehouse, the robots use autonomous technology, similar to that used with vehicles. They run on batteries and can carry warehouse goods up to 160 pounds.
There is also a Mobile Sort product offered by 6 River Systems. It aids the warehouse employee with picking specific items. This product consists of a smart kiosk, storage devices, and Chucks.
6 River Systems was founded by Rylan Hamilton and Jerome Dubois.
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