Robots Taking Over Supply Chain

Robots and robotic processes are portrayed in many Hollywood blockbusters as a part of the science fiction world, but now they are becoming a crucial component of the manufacturing and logistics industries. Deloitte says these autonomous robots can range anywhere “from robotic process automation to flying vehicles with powerful image and data capturing capabilities”. And these machines of automation and artificial intelligence have been leading the recovery of the pandemic.

The pandemic served as a catalyst for a rapid technological uptake, especially in the global supply chain, pushing our world further into the digital and cloud spheres. The changing landscape for the post Covid-19 world has also been aided by the improvements in reliability and costs of these automation technologies. According to Supply Chain Brain, autonomous robots are “less expensive and more competent than they’ve ever been…[and] can improve the speed and accuracy of routine operations, while adding efficiency, safety, and visibility across supply-chain practices”.

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