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5 key points to take into account while writing your specifications

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Writing your project specifications is one of the most important step of your robotic project.

Before moving forward, there is something you need to know:

> What are the factors driving your decision ?

  • OPEX
  • Product Quality
  • Safety Improvements
  • Lean / Reliable material flows
  • Workplace improvements
  • Robot reliability

> What are your warehouse specifications?

  • Types & conditions of the floor
  • Warehouse dimensions (ceiling height, doors, etc.)
  • Aisle width
  • Indoor/outdoor use?
  • Atmospheric & environmental conditions
  • Safety measures

> What types of pallets / loads do you need to lift?

  • Type of loads
  • Load characteristics
  • Material of pallets
  • Pick/drop height

> What is your flow system?

  • Pick/ Drop points distances
  • Quantity of flows
  • Quantity of loads/hour
  • Type of flows
  • Type of pick/drop points

> What kind of communication technology is required?

  • Wireless technology
  • Communication with devices ( doors, fire alarm, conveyors, ERP/WMS, etc.)

These questions will set the basis of a successful robotic project and need to be described in your specification document. It will allow you to get commercial and technical offers in line with your technical and operational requirements.

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