Lucas Insights:
Achieve your AI potential

A recent market study commissioned by Lucas revealed that US and UK companies are quite bullish on the potential for artificial intelligence in their warehouses and distribution centers. The study revealed their priorities for using AI, expected returns, and perceived obstacles to further AI adoption. Here are some of the key findings.

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AI Offers Massive Potential Performance Gains

The distribution center is a target rich environment to use AI to optimize performance. Respondents see a big potential to drive significant operational and customer experience gains.


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Hot spots for current and planned AI usage in the DC

  • Worker productivity
  • Material handling equipment management
  • Reduce errors by warehouse workers
  • Maintenance and repair operations
  • Decision making for managers and supervisors
  • Manage robots and other machines

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