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12 Dec '12
Ubisense has announced a strategic partnership with Daifuku, a Japanese supplier of material handling and warehouse management systems with a strong presence in the automotive market. Daifuku will integrate Ubisense technology into its demonstration facilities in Shiga prefecture in Japan. Ubisense’s technology is being used to help automate various processes such as pick-to-light, pick-to-voice, product identification and verification, personnel safety, line-side supply and automatic guided vehicles (AGVs). Ubisense already has a strategic partnership with Atlas Copco, whereby Ubisense technology is integrated into Atlas Copco tools. This is a similar type of relationship, with sales forthcoming when Daifuku sells a system containing Ubisense technology to an end-customer. With Ubisense seeing increasing interest from Japanese and Korean car manufacturers, this presents an additional sales channel into the Asian market and could drive revenues in the longer term, although we do not expect any short-term impact on sales.
12 Dec '12
Ubisense has been selected by Daifuku for use in its next-generation material handling 12 December 2012 systems. This agreement represents a new channel to market for Ubisense, strengthening its presence in the Asian high-value manufacturing market. While we believe this could lead to revenue upside in the long term, we do not anticipate any short-term impact.
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