GRASPING THE FUTURE
Discover a new autonomous Pick & Pack system with Pickommerce
The Future is Just a Grasp Away
Pickommerce specializes in robotic grasping, combining unique inventions that can tackle everyday challenges. We are on a mission to promote work productivity and facility efficiency in logistic warehouses while ensuring seamless operation. Our company’s solution consists of patented developments and is supported by a highly qualified world-class team. We are focused on logistic solutions, primarily with our autonomous Pick & Pack integrated system.
Gripping the Edge
Based on state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms and a sophisticated AI decision-making system, we address an unresolved global problem of packaging automation that is currently human-based. Our system’s major strength is its knowledge of how to handle a large variety of objects with various textures and weights.
Through advanced and innovative grasping techniques that are patented by the company, we manage to allow the robotic arm to bridge abilities that are not intuitive to a robot. Thus, perfecting the field of robotic grasping in a way that enables autonomy and independence in dealing with complex challenges and changing items.
Pickommerce is an Israeli-based company. Our robotic engineers’ team is composed of computer vision and AI algorithms developers, mechanical engineers, robot designers, and materials engineers. Their contribution to the company is expressed in innovative and groundbreaking developments that position Pickommerce as a leading company in its field.
Prof. Elon Rimon from the Technion Institute and Prof. Amir Shapiro from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev are leading researchers in the fields of robotic grasping and automation, with over 20 years of experience each. Both are active founders in the company.
Founder & CEO
Prof. Amir Shapiro
Founder & CTO
Prof. Elon Rimon
Founder & CSO
Software Team Leader
“According to Verified Market Research (VMR), the Warehouse Robotics industry was valued at $4.5 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach $15 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 14.5%.”
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