Palletizing Drones Offer High Flexibility and Implementation Speed plus Low Installation Cost
Farmington, UTAH, -- Drones may soon offer a cost-effective and scalable alternative to traditional palletizing methods, as demonstrated by the latest Demo3D video commissioned by Qimarox of the Netherlands. See it on YouTube: http://youtu.be/rG3Frwaa47E
With little superstructure or extensive hardware to install, a drone-based palletizing solution could be deployed rapidly, and should be capable of a relatively high sustained load throughput. Although the current limitation on their usefulness is clearly the weight of the carried load, this is not seen as insurmountable in the medium term interest from companies like Amazon will continue to drive battery and control development.
With many claiming that advances in current technology are enabling a sharp growth in new material handling techniques, Demo3D provides a robust platform to demonstrate and prototype proposed solutions of this type, producing realistic videos to communicate concepts with impact.
To view the Demo3D video of the Qimarox drone concept, follow the YouTube link:
About Emulate3D, Inc: Emulate3D develops cost-effective dynamic 3D industrial simulation modeling software products that facilitate the demonstration, understanding, and sale of Automated Material Handling Systems, and their efficient market deployment, support and maintenance.
About Qimarox: Qimarox is a leading manufacturer of components for material handling systems. As a manufacturer of, among other things, palletisers and vertical conveyors, Qimarox distinguishes itself by its contemporary vision and approach, in which innovation, quality, and added value are of paramount importance.