Features of Wave Algorithm Application in Warehouse Logistics Transport Systems

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Nevliudov, I.
Yevsieiev, V.
Maksymova, S.
Klymenko, O.
Vzhesnievskyi. M.
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European University Press
The relevance of research in the field of storage organization using automated transportation systems, including pallet transport technology using Radio Shuttle as part of Warehouse 4.0, is due to the rapid development of modern industry [1–3]. With the emergence of Warehouse 4.0 concept, warehouse systems have become an integral part of enterprises digital transformation within the framework of Industry 4.0 concept [4–6]. Automated transportation systems make it possible to significantly improve the productivity and efficiency of warehouse operations. This made it possible to improve the technologies of pallet storage and transportation moved to a new level became more flexible and adaptable thanks to Warehouse 4.0. This allows enterprises to cope with the growing volume of goods, meet the needs of customers and reduce costs. Robotic transportation systems using Radio Shuttle not only ensure pallets uninterrupted movement, but also integrate with other technologies, such as data analytics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, enriching the warehouse system with valuable information data [7]. In addition, in the context of sustainable development, automated transportation systems based on Radio Shuttle allow to reduce energy consumption and reduce the impact on the environment, which corresponds to modern standards of responsible production and allows companies to implement environmentally sustainable practices
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automated transportation systems, Warehouse 4.0, Industry 4.0
Features of Wave Algorithm Application in Warehouse Logistics Transport Systems / Nevliudov I., Yevsieiev V., Maksymova S., Klymenko O., Vzhesnievskyi M. // Information systems in project and program managemen : Collective monograph edited by I. Linde – European University Press. Riga: ISMA, 2023. – P. 251-261.