How to construct warehouses, hypermarkets of household appliances?
Not so long ago in our city there was a hypermarket of household appliances (and then another 1),
what struck me was well thought out system of order processing of goods — people came, selected on the LCD terminal they want -> got a check with the order number and number most free cash -> at the checkout payment -> received a piece of paper with the order and number of the screen that will appear which window to approach item -> sat in the waiting room, waited for his order on the scoreboard, went over to the window grabbing the goods.
To be honest, for me it was a novelty — a sense of "high technology near future and not far off" (Yes, here in this village I live in)
All very well thought out, high-tech, but was always interested in what's going on at the warehouse during the status (ASSEMBLY), there they go robots and automatically sorted the goods and move the racks? Or the old fashioned way using manual labor and automation went no further use forklifts?
Used Manhattan warehousing system, where the loader is given a piece of paper with a list of the goods and the address of "registration" of each position up to the place. In the end, the mover knows in advance which row, shelf and place is the correct product, you just need to go and get it.
Delta_Ritchie79 answered on October 3rd 19 at 04:21
they go there robots and automatically sorted the goods and move the racks?
Man there walks/rides on truck and collects, when talking about Russia.
jabari.Rippin answered on October 3rd 19 at 04:23
Olmert and other markets. Rick in computers a few years ago, I watched as the warehouse workers went from room to room and "peak" on the good readers, which were collected on the next order.
In my opinion, far more to robots.