With a background in computational biology, Rueben Scriven joined Interact Analysis two years ago and leads the warehouse automation and on-highway commercial vehicle research areas. Rueben has spoken at some of the leading industry events and moderated several panel discussions on the topic of commercial vehicle electrification. He’s also appeared on CNBC to provide insight on the global electric bus market.
With the rise of e-commerce and omni-channel retail, retailers and manufacturers alike are redesigning their supply chains in order to cope with the increasing logistical complexities and the consumer demand for shorter delivery times. Warehouse automation has been one of the central technologies used to optimise supply chains and improve the accuracy, throughput and efficiency of distribution facilities across the world.
The below infographic highlights some of the key takeaways from our ‘The Future of Warehouse Automation – 2019’ report, which explores the current and future state of the global warehouse automation market. The report itself is based on more than 40 hours of in-depth primary research interviews with the leading warehouse automation system integrators as well as several start-ups to build a holistic and accurate understanding of the market dynamics.
The Infographic is also available to download in PDF here
The above analysis is taken from a new Interact Analysis report – The Future of Warehouse Automation – 2019. It provides an in-depth assessment of the market at an unprecedented level of granularity forecasting the market by region, country, end-user industry, channel, function, storage-type and project size. Furthermore, the report provides detailed discussions and commentary on emerging technology trends such as robotics, modular and flexible solution design, drone technology, and digitisation. Lastly, an in-depth competitor analysis is provided with market shares at the regional and industry level, along with insight and analysis on the competitive landscape and how this is changing.