Modern fulfillment automation
Goods-to-person system maximizing savings, storage density and throughput for eCommerce operators.
Incloud is a cloud software orchestrating all fulfillment-related operations in the Instock ASRS.
Grid is a fully static structure that resembles commercial racking. It is the framework of the Instock ASRS.
Bins are containers that hold inventory. They are moved inside the grid by robots and can be stacked.
Robots are the only moving element of the system and are autonomous and mobile in three dimensions.
Robotics-as-a-Service, at your service
Instock RaaS delivers flexible and reliable fulfillment automation wherever you need it.
Modular & Elastic
Maximize utility of every available cubic foot. Even 1,000 square feet can be turned into micro-fulfillment using our lego-like grid modules.
All robots are identical and every robot can perform every task. No-SPOF principle enables high uptime of system as a whole.
Integrate with our sandbox and simulate your future operations free, before any commitment!
With zero CAPEX, your eCommerce is de-risked. Low system relocation fees make it also resilient and future-proof.
Built from scratch for real-world operators
Our mission is to create universal way for autonomus mobile robots to store and move inventory in long-life containers. Instock’s breakthrough patented technology brings to eCommerce operators radically improved flexibility, modularity, and price point.
Pay only for what you need
The Instock robotic system delivers best-in-class economics and performance. Using our simulation environment you can build a high-fidelity digital twin of your fulfillment site and quickly evaluate the economic benefits.
Storage capacity is measured in the total number of bins available. Throughput capacity is measured in bin-presentations per hour, which is a close proxy to order lines per hour.
Continuation of the service is at the customer’s convenience. We stand for a truly as-a-Service model and there are no vendor lock-ins.
Customer personnel are trained on basic operations and self-service protocols. And everything else? It’s on us.