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Piece-Picking Solutions
for Predictable Order Fulfillment

Flexible, Scalable, and Autonomous

Surging online order volume for millions of products. Shrinking labor pools and social distancing in the workplace. The world is changing rapidly. Robotic piece-picking is here to lend a hand.

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Leave the piece-picking to us™

The RightPick™ platform combines advanced AI software with intelligent grippers and machine vision to ensure reliable throughput with seamless integrations. We own the pick. You focus on delivering superior customer experiences.


Whether your fulfillment operation is direct-to-consumer, click and collect, BOPIS, or distribution to physical stores, the configurable RightPick platform can pick and place thousands of SKUs, getting your customer orders out the door, quickly and without damage. Free your team to focus on higher level fulfillment challenges.

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The RightPick™ system is being used around the world for:

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At its simplest, a piece-picking robot picks items up from one location and places them in another. And that’s precisely what customers around the world are demanding, as integrators weave this solution into their fulfillment centers along with complementary systems from other automation partners.

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The RightPick product suite provides warehouse operators and material handling system integrators peace of mind with an end-to-end modular product that combines hand, eye, coordination to pick items in a variety of workflows.

“Robotic Piece Picking solves our customers biggest challenge - how to reliably ship orders, in the midst of explosive ecommerce growth. We chose to partner with RightHand Robotics for their unmatched performance and scaled installation base. It works."

Håvard Hallås, Chief Sales Officer (CSO) of Element Logic

“Integrating RightHand’s best-in-class piece-picking technology with Tompkins Robotics t-Sort provides a solution that can flexibly scale from a small operation in the backroom of a supercenter or mall anchor store, to dedicated fulfillment center application, processing millions of units a day. The response from customers [seeing] these two systems working together has been extremely positive.”

Mike Futch, President of Tompkins Robotics

“In order to handle such a large number of different and densely packed items, we needed a piece-picking solution that combined advanced gripping systems with continuous machine learning and unerring reliability. [The RightPick system] met all of our high-level requirements; we’re confident in the system’s ability to successfully pick a wide variety of items without prior knowledge or programming.”

Masakazu Mikita, General Manager of Research & Development at PALTAC Corporation


From white papers to tech briefs and more, you’ll find what you need to get moving with warehouse and distribution center automation. Dig in and check back because we’ll be adding new resources to help you on your automation journey.

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Robotic…

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Robotic Piece-Picking Systems for the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

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RightPick 3 System Overview

RightPick 3 System Overview

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The Latest

Catch up on robotics, automation and supply chain news and views, or get our take on it all in the RightHand Robotics blog, focusing on latest developments that impact the worlds of e-commerce, grocery, health and beauty, pharmaceuticals and 3PL fulfillment.

RightHand Robotics Named Robotics Company of the Year at the New England Venture Capital Association's 10th Annual 2022 NEVY Awards

RightHand Robotics Named Robotics Company of the Year at the New England Venture Capital Association's 10th Annual 2022 NEVY Awards

RightHand Robotics was selected as the Robotics Company of the Year by the New England Venture Capital Association (NEVCA) in its 10th annual NEVY Awards, which recognizes and celebrates the top innovators, investors and companies in the region.

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As Competition To Automate Warehouses Heats Up, RightHand Robotics Raises $66 Million

As Competition To Automate Warehouses Heats Up, RightHand Robotics Raises $66 Million

Warehouse automation has become a hot area for investors as consumers moved online, supply chains snarled and workers became tougher to find. Case in point: RightHand Robotics, which offers piece-picking technology to fulfill orders, tells Forbes that it has raised $66 million to ramp up its product development and expand globally.

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