Vanderlande launches augmented reality app

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Vanderlande has launched its very own augmented reality (AR) app, aimed at helping customers understand how they can benefit from our next generation of scalable solutions. The app allows users to explore the most innovative warehousing technology in a real-life environment, anytime and anywhere.

By simply installing the Vanderlande app on their mobile devices, users can use the power of AR to ‘enter’ a virtual warehouse. They will then be able to place one of our customer solutions on any surface and immerse themselves in a futuristic world of virtual facilities.

We’re proud to present our latest innovation that puts the warehouse of the future directly in our customers’ hands,” says Vanderlande’s Vice President Warehouse Solutions Terry Verkuijlen. “Installing and using the Vanderlande app is simplicity itself and users can choose whether to dive straight into the AR experience or alternatively learn more about our solutions first.

“Interactivity is key and users can easily discover lots of useful information. This includes how to improve sorting, sequencing and storage using a pocket system and how our aisle roaming shuttle, ADAPTO, offers flexibility and a higher throughput.”

Discover your warehouse of the future anytime, anywhere

The Vanderlande app is available now and can be downloaded directly from Google Play or the Apple app Store.

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