Körber’s Operator Eye Solution reduces GXO order-taking errors by up to 75%

Technology company Körber developed for warehouses GXO Logistics, a solution called Operator Eye, which has enabled the service provider to reduce shrink-wrapping and plastic packaging errors by up to 75%. This results in less downtime and human intervention. “We are delighted to work with Korber to develop Operator Eye, another example of our commitment to using innovative technology to make warehouses safer, more efficient and more productive for our people.”Gavin Williams, UK and Ireland Managing Director of GXO says. “As with our other technologies, it makes our people’s jobs more satisfying, allowing them to focus on finding greater value in their role through activities such as identifying and troubleshooting compatibility issues. Tools.”,

AI-Based Innovations

Operator uses the camera to detect errors in real time during eye solution picking. By relying on artificial intelligence, it generates algorithms to learn the operator’s gestures, without subsequently changing their behavior. This learning is used to detect problems and make decisions about: optimizing, stopping or continuing operations. Operator Eye Innovations was originally designed for Korber’s layer picker solution. Yet it can be integrated into any machine that operators have to restart after a visual check, as is the case with pallet trucks where the detached plastic film regularly causes stoppage. In addition, the data collected by Operator Eye is used efficiently for the purpose of improving the services to the customers.

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