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Case Study: Warehouse Automation ROI

Ian Smith
April 22, 2020
This case study analyzes the impact that Ware's inventory automation system makes on two world-class distribution centers. The savings and overall efficiency gains are drastic and highlight how global organizations who still rely on human-based inventory management today are stuck in the past.

Ware Launches Drone-based Inventory Automation for $1.9 Trillion Warehousing Industry

Ian Smith
April 22, 2020
Ware, a San Francisco-based technology company, has launched the first warehouse inventory automation system built on Skydio 2, the world’s smartest drone. Tracking and counting inventory cost-effectively is one of the $1.9 trillion warehousing industry’s greatest challenges. Ware’s product was designed specifically to address this, helping customers increase the accuracy and frequency of their inventory tracking, while simultaneously reducing its cost.

Meet Ware at MODEX 2020

Ian Smith
January 14, 2020
Ware is exhibiting at MODEX 2020 in Atlanta, GA from March 9-12, 2020. Visit us at booth #1507. Schedule a meeting today!

Hear From Ware's CEO About Warehouse Drones And Automation

Ian Smith
November 1, 2019
Hear from Ian Smith, CEO of Ware, on the Drone Radio Show podcast and read his interview with Commercial UAV News. Ian explains how warehouse drones are being used and why they're so effective at automating inventory.

What Are Warehouse Drones?

Ian Smith
October 19, 2019
Warehouse drones are aerial robotics platforms that typically operate indoors, inside of warehouses or distribution centers. They have robust obstacle and collision avoidance systems, capable vision sensors, and robust on-board processing power.

Introducing Ware: Automating Warehouse Inventory

Ian Smith
October 15, 2019
Today I'm incredibly excited to introduce, Ware. At Ware, we're building technology to help warehouses increase the efficiency of their operations so they can keep up with—and even dictate—the pace at which modern supply chains are evolving.