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Case study

Dexory collaborates with DENSO Manufacturing UK, a global mobility supplier

Having full visibility over their stock and storage operations is critical for any manufacturer.

DENSO Manufacturing UK (DMUK) is a global mobility supplier that develops advanced technology and components for nearly every vehicle make and model on the road today.

Day to day challenges it faced

->Having full visibility over their stock and storage operations is critical for any manufacturer.

Stock-taking is unanimously perceived as a manual and time-consuming process that many warehouse operations avoid. Inaccuracies in stock leads to immediate impact on production lines - all the way to stopping manufacturing.

Providing the solution

-> Dexory’s fully autonomous robot, navigates aisles to check each and every rack location - avoiding obstacles and complying with established warehouse procedures.

The robot scans racks to identify empty locations and locate pallets of components in real-time, quicker and more accurately than when completed manually. By comparing the data collected in the real warehouse environment with existing WMS (warehouse management system) stock records, Dexory reconciles inconsistencies and closes the data loop.

-> End goal is to build a warehouse digital twin that offers real-time intelligence to inform and ensure zero-error procurement, with no disruptions to the production line and the wider supply chain across all Denso sites.


-> Increased accuracy - validated accuracy levels above 99%

-> Reduced delays - reduced production delays associated with stock inaccuracies to zero

-> Reduced stock errors - led to zero stock errors throughout the first week of operation

-> Reduced stock outages - avoided multiple stock outages on parts from day 1 of operation.

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This company has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 849938