Over the last months we made a lot of progress on Autonomous Sorting, sorting of parcels with mobile robots.
In the course of this year we will go into a first operational environment with approximately 40 robots. In the coming months, we will be fine tuning the autonomous system here in Delft and that’s where we like to invite you because we think it’s a great opportunity to see the system actually work and to discuss possibilities with you.
Last week we organised our very first demo and meet & greet for students of the TU University in Delft. We presented our core products and explained more about the innovations we are working on. In the course of the year we will organize more of those student only demonstrations.
Asian parcels vary hugely in size, shape and weight, making them difficult to position correctly for scanning in the automated sorting process. Also, CN custom labels and barcodes are often poorly printed with critical information missing or smudged. Add in the lack of standardization in address label format – that makes it near-impossible for common scanners to read – and the process becomes daunting for any sorting hub.
Providing a viable solution is Prime Vision’s new eCommerce Parcel Reader which is proving a powerful addition to any established OCR solution.
Brexit looms ever closer, and with it increasing uncertainty. It’s now apparent that we need to prepare for a wide number of possible scenarios, and plan the contingencies to meet an unknown outcome.
The discussion of whether we face a hard or soft exit has for the moment to have taken a backseat to even more fundamental questions which leave us with the possibility of No Deal or even no Brexit at all.
Our track and trace solution proves its value through increased operational performance and customer satisfaction.
Having recently unveiled their Active Asset Tracking Solution at Post-expo, Prime Vision and development partner, TWTG have a solution that delivers the pinpoint results and accuracy the Industry has long demanded.
Prime Vision is proud to announce the launch of our new Service Management Department. Headed by Fleur Baars, our new services team brings Prime Visions’ renown experience and expertise directly to the customer, working diligently to manage our integrated solutions and resolve any issues that arise on the way.
The e-commerce market is continually evolving, and moreover, logistic operators need to to be increasingly agile to meet the resulting challenges.
Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. They are a volunteer run organization with hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology.
This week our Account Director Richard Hagen and Innovation Director Bernd van Dijk are taking part in a trade mission to China, together with the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and several other representatives of the Netherlands. The journey to China will concentrate on the Logistics and e-Commerce markets and will visit multiple cities.
As part of the ongoing strategic plan to maintain their focus on solutions within the logistics industry, Prime Vision is pleased to announce the successful management buy-out (MBO) of their Australian subsidiary, Prime Vision Australia. The operation will immediately revert to the previous name of Prime Smart Systems.
We are extremely proud to say that we have been shortlisted for two awards this year: The Sorting Centre Innovation Awards, which is the same prize we won last year and the customers’ choice, the Supplier of the Year Award.
On Tuesday evening at 5 pm, during the award ceremony, the winners will be revealed and we hope to be crowned the Supplier of the Year.