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nextLAP introduces new mini button for digitised order-picking processes

01-30-2020 03:04 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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nextLAP launches mini button for small parts

nextLAP launches mini button for small parts

Greater scope and flexibility for small parts picking operations

Munich, 27 January 2020 - nextLAP GmbH (www.nextlap.de), specialist in IoT-based solutions for the digital management and automation of production and logistics processes, has added a mini button to its portfolio. Like the standard button, it can be used for order picking and supports digitised order-picking processes. The mini button's smaller size opens up additional areas of application and makes it ideal for small parts that are supplied in storage bins, for example.

nextLAP develops IoT-based production and logistics solutions for its "Smart Shelf" product family, allowing users to easily and independently digitise their processes (such as order-picking processes). The big data obtained from the digitised process is used to generate improvement proposals and alternative actions based on algorithms and artificial intelligence.

For example, nextLAP offers IoT devices that simplify order-picking processes. In the existing solution, the pick or put is shown on a large LED display and confirmed at the touch of a button by the logistics or production employee.

Mini button makes picking small parts more efficient
To offer operators greater scope when picking small parts, nextLAP has developed a new mini button that makes picking processes even more flexible. The button measures 6.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm (L x W x H) and has all the same functions as the standard button.

"The mini button is wired using a standard CAT cable. Like its big brother, it is connected to the IoT controller and can be used in combination with the standard button. Its smaller size opens up new areas of application and offers a great solution for picking scenarios involving small or narrow parts, such as trims, for example", explains Andre Ziemke, Managing Director of nextLAP GmbH.

With its solutions nextLAP helps companies to digitise their order-picking processes quickly, easily and independently. The software and hardware are available to lease.

Further information:
nextLAP Inc.
800 W El Camino Real #180
Mountain View
CA 94040 | USA

Contact:
Andre Ziemke
-Managing Director-
Tel.: +1 650 6698622
E-mail: aziemke@nextlap.io
www.nextlap.io

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About nextLAP:
nextLAP Inc. was founded in late 2016 by former Audi managers and is based in Mountain View, California. Based on many years of profound industry experience in Production, Logistics & IT, the company developed the AI Production-Process-Platform IP/1. It brings together Engineering & Execution of any Manufacturing & Logistics processes, pushing towards the self-optimizing Factory of the Future that autonomously takes decisions based on AI. nextLAPs SmartRack product family enables their customers to digitize Production and Logistics processes themselves. The big data obtained from the digitized processes is played back to the AI Production-Process-Platform IP/1. Using algorithms and artificial intelligence, improvement measures and alternative actions for decision making are generated real-time. All nextLAP's solutions are leased "as a service" on a monthly basis with no fixed term; usage, maintenance and support are included. The company's customers include leading premium automotive manufacturers in the USA and Germany. (www.nextlap.io)

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