Intralogistics and -IT Planning

Hybrid Intralogistics Planning

The hybrid planning of intralogistic systems requires deep knowledge of processes and the industry with interdisciplinary expertise in warehouse technology, organisation, and IT. For this reason, the planning team is made up of experienced engineers, computer scientists, and logisticians who are familiar with the latest trends and technology as well as the market and vendors. The team will provide you with innovative ideas and complete dedication: clear in the analysis, constructive in the advice, and competent in the implementation.

Hybrid intralogistics planning is carried out in four phases – the interdisciplinary teams provides you with support from the initial analysis up to the implementation, while taking into account the integrated organization, technology, and IT.

This speaks in favour of hybrid intralogistics planning:

Saving time and costs:
The efficiency and the quality of the entire project will be higher because the work will be performed by an interdisciplinary team made up of technology and IT experts; for example, the capturing of the actual processes and the designing of solutions.

Selection of optimal techniques and technology:
Thanks to the WMS database and experience with a number of technology and WMS tenders, the planning team has extensive knowledge of what is going on in the market and are optimally suited to provide you with support for the tendering and selection process for WMS and technology vendors. This is also true for the project-specific evaluation of possible vendor configurations for technology and IT.

Lower WMS implementation costs:
When designing solutions for the future, the team keeps an eye on the standard functionality that is available for WMS and, thus, avoids expensive custom programming during the implementation of the WMS.

Accurate selection

Logistical problems make the optimal use of information technology more necessary than ever.  For an accurate selection of technique and IT, interactions and feedbacks need to be taken into consideration – a point which the hybrid intralogistics planning of the Fraunhofer IML picks up on.