Podcast: Transitioning From Manual To Automated SLAM (The Last 100 feet)
The MHI Automation Groups’ Podcast: In this episode, guests Mike Shannon (Solutions Executive at SRSI) and Bob Miller PE (Founder of Streamtech Engineering) will introduce the SLAM Industry Group and chat about what makes a good candidate for transitioning from manual to automated SLAM (last 100 feet of the warehouse or distribution center). There are many aspects to consider when shipping product out efficiently and accurately. Mike and Bob, two industry experts, dive into the topic and explore thought leadership on best practices to scale a business with SLAM automated technology.
Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3pQce0v
Amazon Podcast: https://amzn.to/3cxl9kA
SLAM members meet regularly to discuss the industry and promote the best and largest possible market for end-of-line technologies and systems; emphasizing the best interest of the user. SLAM pursues this mission through planned programs and internal committees by:
- Working closely with user groups to educate and communicate needs, benefits and applications.
- Acting as a catalyst and liaison between different related product groups or associations.
- Maintaining a membership representative of the industry.
- Defining and evaluating best practices for the marketplace.
- Providing a market driven forum for end-of-line solutions.
- Collecting, compiling, disseminating and exchanging information which may be helpful to the membership and users.
- Preparing and distributing educational materials for both academic classroom environments and in continuing education.
Mission: To provide thought leadership for best practices on “the last 100 feet” of every warehouse in the world.
Vision: To be 100 feet ahead of “the last 100 feet” in warehousing, distribution, and fulfillment applications.
For more information about SLAM: https://www.mhi.org/slam
For further information on how SLAM automation can help you: http://www.warehouseautomation.org/2022/05/17/labor-shortages-slam/