What is a SCES built upon Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS)
The only Supply Chain Execution Software (SCES) that is built upon dynamic location sensors that are attached to in-motion machines and humans.
Why is this disruptive and unique?
- True real-time, accurate pinpoint mapping of all operational in-motion resources at the site (forklifts, AGVs, robotics, etc.) as well as the true dynamic view of granular inventory.
- License plate control of inventory without the requirement to scan bar codes for each movement.
- Labor management based on actual travel paths, not forecasted engineered paths.
- Patented (US Patent) rule-based task management based on actual operational in-motion assets, resources and inventories, not the last location scanned (the method used by all legacy WMS solutions).
The only software in the world that covers all four levels of RTLS integration
Locanis Site Optimizer 360° Supply Chain Execution System sets itself apart from traditional legacy WMS vendors as it is the only software in the world that covers all four levels of RTLS integration.
- Level 4: One central software solution that synchronizes and optimizes all manual and automated material handling systems (“AMHS”) tasks through one central pool of work.
- Level 3: “Black box” or silo integration with 3rd-party AMHS such as AS/RS, AGVs, robotics and others, to provide a dynamic 3D real-time data visualization of all WMS and AMHS movements.
- Level 2: RTLS data and pinpoint positioning used as foundation for task optimization and management of all manual in-motion assets, resources and inventories.
- Level 1. Using RTLS to create a dynamic visualization of operational movements inside a facility.
- Level 0: Traditional legacy warehouse management systems based on scanning and inventory management without dynamic in-motion RTLS capabilities.
which can be used for indoor positioning. This technology is
particularly in demand in manufacturing and logistics, where accuracy
of 10-30 centimeters is required.
The LiDAR sensor was developed for dynamic precision laser
navigation. The LiDAR detects natural contours, as well as artificial
landmarks (reflectors), and uses them to give a centimeter precise
calculation of the vehicle’s absolute position.
is a technology able to build a map of an unknown environment and
perform location and mapping at the same time. It simultaneously
leverage the partially built map, using just computer vision.
This means that the only sensor required is a camera that is mounted
to the vehicle.
objects, walls, ceilings etc. from where they emit radio signals at
predetermined intervals. Devices within the emission area can then
detect the signals and this helps to establish if the two
(emitter and receiver) are within the range of each other.