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How is your AI solution contributing to our society?

As e-commerce gains momentum, the logistics industry deals with the dwindling
warehouse staff performing repetitive tasks daily. On top of that, the industry
needs to meet the growing consumer demands, all the more reason for
developing and implementing robotic solutions. Fizyr’s cutting-edge software
product automates picking and placing items in harsh logistics environments,
thus, taking over repetitive manual tasks and letting workers focus on more
value-adding activities.

What is the potential of your AI solution?

Fizyr’s hardware-agnostic vision software uses deep-learning algorithms that
enable robots to pick, place, and stack items, varying in size, shape, color and
materials. This plug-and-play modular product automates repetitive manual
tasks to reduce operational costs and improve working conditions. Fizyr's vision
software is applied in production globally, enabling system integrators to create
an appropriate picking cell to make automation easier for end-users.

Where do you see AI in 10 years?

According to the recent Pitney Bowes report, parcel volume will likely double by
2026 across 13 of the world’s major markets. Due to this, the need for robotic
automation technologies will soar to meet the fast market pace and high levels
of productivity. Particularly, Fizyr’s AI-driven software product will support the
logistics industry by scaling operations and resolving challenging situations.

What is Europe’s biggest challenge within AI?

The process of managing customer orders, picking and placing in e-fulfilment
centers, and delivering them, were all dependent on human workers. As the
pandemic recedes, there is a huge shift in consumer behavior, especially in
sectors such as grocery and apparel. It is expected that post-pandemic, there
will be less people willing to work in high-pressure environments, which could be
a roadblock for the logistics industry. 
This is where innovative companies like Fizyr comes into play