June 22, 2022
@_msw_ That's the part I was hoping to understand better: I thought Kiva robots were pretty autonomous and followed non-fixed paths, too. If the robot operates behind a cage or not, it doesn't change how autonomous it is - it becomes a matter of semantics.

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