Collaboration between Fizyr and AWL to Develop Cutting-Edge Automation Solutions in Europe and North America

Fizyr and AWL Expand Partnership to Meet Growing Demand for Automated Robotic Systems

Delft and Harderwijk, Netherlands – Fizyr, a leading provider of advanced vision AI for robotic systems, has announced an expanded partnership with systems integrator AWL. This partnership brings together the expertise of both companies to meet the increasing demand for advanced automated robotic systems.

“We have had a successful partnership with AWL for over three years now, and together we have achieved new levels of performance and demonstrated the immense potential of robotic cells and systems with advanced vision capabilities,” said Fizyr CEO Ken Fleming. “Our co-developed solutions have proven to be reliable in handling variations in items, materials, lighting, and other factors. With AWL making more of these solutions available, we are well-equipped to meet the fast-growing demand in the market.”

According to a report by Interact Analysis, the market for robotic picking is predicted to reach $6.8 billion by 2030, a significant increase from $236 million in 2022. As organizations face challenges in staffing and scalability, automation is increasingly becoming the preferred solution, with AWL at the forefront of providing advanced automated systems for e-commerce order fulfillment and other high-variability tasks.

AWL, a highly regarded systems integrator with a focus on the automotive, metalworking, and intra logistics industries, has integrated Fizyr’s vision AI into some of its most demanding implementations. With Fizyr’s advanced vision AI, AWL has achieved throughputs ranging from 700 to 800 parcels per hour across various layouts and SKU combinations for prominent customers such as DHL and Arvato.

Fizyr’s vision AI is also featured in several recent innovations from AWL, including ROSI and RODE. ROSI, AWL’s robotic singulator, is designed to reduce sortation bottlenecks in harsh environments. With Fizyr’s technology, ROSI is able to determine the shape of each object, understand how it needs to be picked, and ultimately pick a variety of objects quickly and reliably, with minimal human intervention. Additionally, ROSI has built-in label-reading capabilities that allow it to accurately sort and singularize boxes based on destination, size, or weight. RODE, AWL’s robotic depalletizer, also utilizes Fizyr’s vision AI to automatically unstack arbitrarily packaged goods such as boxes, bags, or totes from pallets.

AWL, with over 30 years of experience, is a market leader in robotic system integration, delivering sophisticated welding, assembly, and material handling machines for the automotive and metal processing industries. In 2019, AWL entered the material handling market and has since delivered over 100 robotic systems for sorting, tote handling, and depalletizing processes. With a global presence, AWL has over 750 employees and facilities in the Netherlands, Czech Republic, China, Mexico, United States, and the United Kingdom.

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Fizyr, on the other hand, offers advanced vision AI for robots, providing the smartest, fastest, and most effective brain available to maximize robotic capabilities. With compatibility with all major robotics systems on the market, Fizyr enables robots to see, perceive, account for variances, learn, and perform more successfully than any other robotic software. The company works closely with top integrators to ensure their success in implementing Fizyr’s technology. With the demand for robotic automation on the rise, Fizyr is dedicated to providing the best computer vision capabilities for logistics applications.

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