1. Real-time monitoring. The robotics in supply chain management can log in to the RMS system at any time to view the task execution data and the real-time operating status of the logistics robot.
2. Intelligent obstacle avoidance. The robotics for logistics is equipped with sensors such as LIDAR and a vision camera, which can detect and identify obstacles intelligently and take the initiative to stop and avoid obstacles.
3. Self-detection. Real-time access to robotics in logistics hardware operation status, to achieve self-test and rapid fault diagnosis function.
4. Autonomous charging. Goods-to-person robots are automatically charged to achieve 7*24 all-day operation and high-frequency rapid-response tasks.