Meet the robots making your online orders faster

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Every order you place on line is a real person to pick or navigate massive warehouses to find the item you just ordered, pick it up to get packed and shipped for companies like Amazon — in as little as an hour.

With the rise of two and same-day delivery, the pressure is on the pickers to grab the correct items in a time frame that has been reduced from days to hours to minutes — and it’s becoming a difficult task. But Silicon Valley has the answer.

Robots have been given the tedious task of traveling from one side of a 40,000-square-foot warehouse to the other to examine products, choose them and fetch items. The result has increased warehouse efficiency with orders up as much as 30 percent.

Learn more about these robots in the video above.

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