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State-of-the-art robotics. Made simple


Fetch Robotics develops and manufactures autonomous mobile robot solutions for the warehousing and intralogistic markets. Headquartered in San Jose, California, Fetch uses its significant robotics expertise to provide reliable and safe collaborative AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robot) solutions for two commercial applications: material handling and data collection.

  • Implemented the TaskBuilder module and integrated it with FetchCore
  • Developed a tool for defining robotic data collection routes
  • Developed a robot queueing feature
  • Developed a tool that manages destination groups
  • Implemented a new ‘conditional actions’ capability that gives “if-then-else’ flexibility
  • Developed a standalone application for field personnel, enabling them to create robot tasks for picking up and dropping off carts

The idea

A critical component in the success of Fetch’s solutions is FetchCore™, a cloud-based, fleet-management software system that customers use to manage their robots. Fetch’s roboticists wanted to expand FetchCore’s functionality to include simple controls for creating and scheduling robots’ tasks. They wanted a partner to help them implement a new platform for streamlining robotic warehouse operations.

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Fetch commissioned Star to develop the Taskbuilder module and develop the backend and website integration with FetchCore. Fetch’s customers use Taskbuilder to configure, schedule, and customize their robots tasks. These tasks can be anything from fully automating induction and delivery with facility ASRSs to running automated cycle counts in a live warehouse. Once the tasks are entered into Taskbuilder, FetchCore transmits the tasks, either to an entire fleet, or to one specific robot.

After the successful delivery of the initial project, our development team continued to work with Fetch’s in-house team to develop and deliver new features to the FetchCore platform. The Star team is now responsible for 50% of the front-end code in every FetchCore release, allowing Fetch roboticists to focus on the back end and enabling the company to deliver new features to market faster.

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Project Scope

Service lines

Project management
Software development
Quality assurance
Software operations