SHARK WMS Specifications

Warehouse Management System
Version: 2018R1

SHARK is a WMS system for the warehouse supporting ordinary shelving and pallets as well as automated equipment. It is a scalable and flexible solution, which can be used for any installation from a small single computer installation to a large multi-server site with a large number of clients.  SHARK WMS provides a modulized design and thereby easy to adapt to the requested solution.

SHARK is designed from the idea that huge saving in cost and time can be achieved by optimizing the performance of the warehouse by minimizing the manual work that has to be done, this by finding optimal storage locations for each article, by controlling the sequence of orders to pick and by supporting advanced equipment that improves the speed. To achieve this, SHARK is based on advanced algorithms that optimize location usages, picking speed and space utilization, all hidden for the normal user but still working to improve the working speed. Another important issue is the quality of the warehouse operations, it is expensive to pick the wrong article and therefore SHARK supports control functions, barcodes in all areas, pick-to-light systems and other techniques that ensures the right article at the right place.

SHARK is very easy to use for the normal operator, fast to learn and with intuitive functionality, so new operators can be trained to the system with a short introduction. 

SHARK supports the following work processes in the warehouse:

  • Goods Reception.
  • Put-away in Automats.
  • Put-away in Shelves using PDAs or truck terminals.
  • Picking in Automats.
  • Picking in Shelves using PDAs or truck terminals.
  • Consolidation and shipment
  • Stock counting.
  • Internal replenishment.
  • Order administration.

SHARK is special suitable for control of automated storage like vertical lifts (automats), where a long list of built-in functions optimizes the picking speed, storage utilization and support of advanced functions like tilted trays (individually selectable for each tray), control of pick-to-light in the lifts and individual user selectable variable working height for the operator of the gate.

Ordinary shelfs and flow-rack can be used in combination with automats and thereby further optimizing speed and minimizing cost by storing fast-runners in easy accessibly locations close to the automats.

SHARKs batch picking (picking more than one order á time), improves picking speed dramatically because waiting time can be minimized to a minimum or even be removed completely. This because SHARK optimizes the sequence of order lines and orders, so the equipment can be operated as fast as possibly. All equipment are operating in parallel so while the operator picks in one automat, the other machines are busy retrieving the next articles.

 

Specifications

Article Database

The Master Data for all articles are kept in the Article Database.

 

Feature

 

Supported

Database size

SQL Server version only limited by disk size. The Express version is limited to 10GByte database file.

Standard

Article Master Data

Article number, description, dimensions, weight, preferred location type, EAN code, replenishment information (min, max, replenishment source), storage strategy (fixed, floating, FIFO), package size information. ABC (picking rate information).

Standard

Search function

Search for article by number or description.

Standard

Functions

Create new, delete, search, and change.

Standard

Batch number

Articles can be saved and retrieved with batch (lot) numbers. Flag for batch number required.

Option

Serial Numbers

Flag for serial numbers required.

Option

Multiple Owners

Support for multiple article owners.

Option

Replenish-
ment Information

For each article, it can be specified in what location types the article should go, the quantity that fits on each location type and in what zones the article should be stored. See also "replenishment" for automatic replenishment of articles. Quantities can be calculated from the physical dimensions.

Standard

     

Location Management

Location management is how SHARK manages the physical space of the warehouse.

Feature

 

 

Supported

Strategy

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Fixed, floating (chaotic), FIFO (First-In First-out). A default value is set for the system, but the strategy can be set individually for each article. 
Control: Can be either automatic controlled where SHARK finds the optimal location or user controlled.

X

Barcodes

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Barcodes can be used on locations, articles, etc.

X

Put-away (floating)

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SHARK suggest a new location at put-away. The operator may override the suggestion or split the operations on more than one location if requred.

X

Put-away 
(fixed location)

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SHARK will always suggest the same location, this can be overridden by the operator.

X

Put-away (FIFO)

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SHARK will always suggest a new location to avoid mixing articles from different batches on the same location.
Zones: SHARK Connect supports a single zone.

X

Location naming

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max 7 levels.
1) Zone name - automat - tray - location on tray (row, col).
2) Zone name - aisle - section - shelf - location on shelf (row, col) 
Example: A3-15-D3 (Zone A, Automat 3, tray 15, location in tray: D3.

X

Layout editor

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A graphical environment/configuration tool makes it easy to define the warehouse layout.

X

Tray layout

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Default tray types are created using s graphical editor. This makes it easy and fun to create even complex layouts.

X

Location concept

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Each article type (SKU) on unique location. Each article type can be put on more than one location. In case batch/lot numbers are used, there can be stored none or one batch number per location. Mixed locations with multiple SKUs on individually locations is possible, but space management must be handled manually.

X

 

Manual transactions

Functions for simple/fast/hot picks, put-away and stock adjustment without orders from a host system. For the Light version this is the only way to pick and store goods.

 

Feature

 

 

Supported

Search

 

Find an article by number, description or location.

Standard

Pick

 

Simple picking without orders.

 

Standard

Search free location

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Find a free location of the requested type.

 

Standard

Put-away

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Articles can be stored based on existing locations or on new locations.

 

Standard

Stock Adjustment

:

The article count for a specific location can be adjusted.

 

Standard

Graphical location finder:

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The manual picking window shows on a graphical picture where the article is placed. Locations can be selected by clicking the location by the mouse or directly on the screen if a touch sensitive monitor is used.

 

Standard

Order attachment

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It is possibly to perform manual pick and put operations and assign them an existing order or create a new. This supports for example returning items on a pick order.

Standard

 

Transaction Log

All operations that influence the stock locations or quantity are logged in the transaction log.

 

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Sorting

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 The log is shown in chronological order.

 

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Searching

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 It is possibly to search in a time intervals, for a specific article number, order number, location, transport box or by operator name.

 

X

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Filter

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See only one order, article or location.

 

X

X

X

X

X

Transaction types logged

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Pick, Put, Adjust.

 

X

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X

X

 

System Log

The system log is used for identifying system errors. For example will all errors from automated storage equipment be logged.

 

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Log

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All SHARK modules use the same log, it is thereby easy to search for specific events and correlate events at different locations.

 

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Sorting

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The log is shown in chronological order.

 

X

X

X

 

Searching

:

Search for error source, error type, error number and in specific time intervals.

 

X

X

X

 

 

Languages

SHARK is a multilanguage application.

 

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Language

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English, German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Hungarian.

X

X

X

X

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Change of language

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Program must be restarted after language is changed.

X

X

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X

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Scope

:

The language can be set individually  at workstation level.

X

X

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X

 

System Requirements

The server and clients used as platform for SHARK installations, must fulfill the following requirements. The hosted solution does not need any server.

Server

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Supported operating systems

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Windows  Server 2003/2008/2012, Windows 7. It is recommended not to use the computer for other purposes.

 

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CPU

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Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz or better.

 

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X

X

X

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RAM

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Min. 4GBytes of RAM.

-

X

X

X

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Disk

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10 GBytes of free harddisk for a full installation. Additional space needed for the database as it grows.

-

X

X

X

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Database

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express is included in the SHARK installation. Optional use a Microsoft SQL 2008/2012 for better administration tools, improved performance and if the database is expected to exceed 2GBytes. The database must be configured with mixed-mode authorization.

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X

X

X

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Network

:

TCP/IP network must be supported.

-

X

X

X

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Security

:

For installations where the uptime is critical, it is recommended to use UPS and/or RAID disks.

-

X

X

X

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Backup

:

It is recommended that a backup possibility is established. SHARK might create a one-file backup of the database on a specified location, the database contains all information that is needed for daily backup.

 

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Support

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It is highly recommended that a method for remote login via Internet is provided.

 

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Client

 

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Client PC

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The PC running the SHARK Client software must have Windows 7/XP/XP Embedded, Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 installed and able to run a Java application. Minimum memory is 1GBytes of RAM and the screen resolution must as a minimum be 1024x768 (1280x1024 recommended). The client software can be started from a Web Browser without any installation on the client (Java Web Start).

X

X

X

X

X

Terminal Servers

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Yes, the client can be installed on the Terminal Server (Citrix and Microsoft).

 

 

X

X

X

 

 

 

Batch Order Pick and Put-Away

Normally in SHARK more orders are picked concurrently (batch picking), a techniques there are much more effective than conventionally methods. The operator or SHARK selects the next orders to be picked in one batch and SHARK optimizes then the picking sequence for optimal speed. Especially for automats, it is a smart feature that the batch is “floating”, this means that orders can be added or removed from the batch, also before the batch is finished.

SHARKs batch picking window has all the necessary information available and is nevertheless simpel to understand. In the upper left corner, an arrow shows in which direction the transaction goes, a green arrow out, means it a pick, a red arrow in that it is a put-away.

An graphical drawing shows the specific location. Article number, description, order number, quantity on location, etc. are seen explicitly and push-buttons, to for example printout a label or correction the picked quantity are also available. Arrives an express order, requiring immediate action, this is indicated to the operator with a blinking red flag on the status line and a specific express pushbutton is displayed (can be extended to a flashing light visible from a long distance), press the express key and SHARK set the current orders on wait and picks immediately to the express order. Once the express order is finished, SHARKs continued with the interrupted batch, simpler can this almost not be.

 

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Optimization

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The picklines are sorted for optimal picking speed. For automats, picks from the same tray is picked together, then to minimize waiting time, automats are selected in sequence depending on when the trays are ready. The orders of trays are selected to minimize the time used to retrieve the trays.

 

X

X

X

X

Confirmation

:

The selected method for pick confirmation can be selected freely. Supported are (one or more): by the enter key, article number, location code, order number, transport box number.

 

X

X

X

X

Creating of orders

:

Orders are typical received from an external ERP system, but they can also be created directly in SHARK.

 

X

X

X

X

Batch put-away

:

Articles can be put-away in a batch job with semilar advantages as with batch picking.

 

X

X

X

X

Put-away orders

:

A put-away order is used to define what to put-away. The order can be imported from an ERP system by SHARK link.

 

X

X

X

X

Optimization

:

The sequence is sorted for optimal speed.

 

 

X

X

X

X

Finding new locations

:

SHARK has a number of methods to find the optimal location for the article. This might depend on picking frequency, relation to other articles, size, etc.

 

X

X

X

X

Confirmation

:

The selected method for put-away confirmation can be selected freely. Supported are (one or more): by the enter key, article number, location code, order number, transport box number.

 

X

X

X

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Barcodes

:

A barcode can be printed either automatically or by request at put-away. The layout can be customized.

 

X

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User Management

 

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Authentication

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Users must logon to the system, each user has an access right level.

X

X

X

X

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AuthenticationLevels

:

Operator, Administrator, System.

 

X

X

X

X

X

Number of users

:

No limits

X

X

X

X

X

 

Order Management

An order in SHARK is a collection of orderlines. Each orderline is again split into one or more transactions that specify how to pick or put one orderline. More than one transaction can be needed to fulfill one orderline (for example if more than one location is needed to pick the total required quantity).

 

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Order main types

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Pick, put and adjustments. Internal transport orders (stocking moving) is a combinatin of a pick and put order. 

 

X

X

X

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Order subtypes

:

For each major order type, sub ordertypes can be defined with specific order type information, default priority, name, etc.

 

X

X

X

X

Order priority

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Each order has a default priority, an operator defined priority and a dynamic priority defined by the system. The later tries to collect orders that shares picking locations or trays to optimize the working process.

 

X

X

X

X

Order information

:

Order number, delivery note, delivery information (customer, address, etc), notes, delivery/created/received/pickstart/pickend dates, Misc 1-5, priority, shipment information.

 

X

X

X

X

Order information

:

Order number, delivery note, delivery information (customer, address, etc), notes, delivery/created/received/pickstart/pickend dates, Misc 1-5, priority, shipment information.

 

X

X

X

X

Basic order status

:

Waiting, partly picked, cancelled, OK, consolidated. 

 

 

X

X

X

X

Order release

:

Orders must be released  before they can be picked. This can be done automatically or manually. The order release functionality makes it possibly to arrange for an administrator what to dispose next (for example all orders that must go with a waiting truck).

 

X

X

X

X

 

Replenishment

An advanced replenishment system is available as a separate module. This module can make internal and external replenishment from article master data and some general rules.

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O

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Static Racking and Shelving

Picking zones for high-racks and ordinary shelving. The Light and Basic version does not support static storage.

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User interface

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The recommended interface for picking zones with shelving are hand-held online terminals (PDAs) or truck terminals.

 

 

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X

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Picking lists

:

Picking lists are supported. They are printed with a unique number (barcode) that later can be used for confirmation of the picking list. Picking lists may contain one or more orders.

 

 

 

X

X

X

Picking sequence

:

Optimized for shortest way and a minimum of operations. 

 

 

 

X

X

X

Layout

:

The layout is zone, aisle, shelves, trays, row/columns in tray.

 

 

 

X

X

X

 

 

PDA Functionality

The PDA has a smaller screen than an ordinary PC and no keyboard, so the functionality is designed for this. The PDA software is web based and is running in an Internet browser and no specific software has to be installed on the PC, this makes it easy to maintain.

 

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Real-time update.

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All information is updated immediately in the system and reflected for all other users.

 

 

 

X

X

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Order selection

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Select orders to run by order number or by activating a pick cart.

 

 

X

X

X

Batch pick/put window.

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X

X

X

Manual operations like pick/put and stock corrections.

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X

X

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Information

:

Read a ordernumber, transport box number, article number or position number and the PDA shows known information about the item.

 

 

 

X

X

X

Number of users

:

There is no limit on the number of operators in the shelving picking zone.

 

 

 

X

X

X

Network

:

The PDA requires a wireless WIFI network

 

 

X

X

X

 

Goods Reception

In Goods Reception incomming goods are registered and locations are found, before the articles are put on stock. In small installations, with only a single zone, goods reception can be ignored, but in larger installations it is recommended. Work flow:

 

  • The goods are registered, against an order from the Host system.
  • Quantities are controlled.
  • Locations are found and the articles can optionally be married to a barcode, for later identification.
  • Master data for the articles can be maintained.

 

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Order registration: 

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Put-away orders are received from an ERP system or created manually. When received the operator enters the order number or the article number and select the right order from a list if more than one matches the criterias.

 

 

 

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X

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Preparation: 

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SHARK may find the locations for put-away automatically (by supplied replenishment information like zone, locationtype, package size) or the operator can select put-away zones manually. The articles can be put into a box with a barcode that later is used for fast identification in the put-away process.

 

 

 

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X

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Labels

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Labels can be generated by SHARK for boxes and pallets.

 

 

 

X

X

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Cross-docking

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If one or more picking orders exists that wait for the article that are received, the operator can decide to pick the orders immediately in the goods reception window and thereby avoid a time and work costly putaway-pick process.

 

 

 

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X

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Quarantine: 

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Received articles that are damaged, no papers received or similar problems that means they cannot be picked immediately can be put on quarantine. A special zone is dedicated for this purpose.

 

 

 

 

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Consolidation and Shipment

In the consolidation and shipment module, articles picked in different zones are combined and optional checked if they are picked correctly. Furthermore they can be packed and labels can be generated for the packing.

 

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Paper

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Delivery note or packing list. Address or box label.

 

 

 

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Merging af picking boxes

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 Collect orders picked in several boxes or zones. 

 

 

 

X

X

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Picking of missing articles

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It is supported that articles can be picked in the consolidation zone, for example articles that physical are placed in the shipment area.

 

 

 

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Control

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Is is possibly to check the picked quantity for each line by reading the barcode of the articles.

 

 

 

X

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Pick Carts

SHARK has integrated support for pick carts (trolleys). A pick cart is typical a standard trolley with a number of positions, but it can also be a pallet on a truck or similar methods of grouping of orders and moving goods around in the warehouse.

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Number of pick carts

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 Unlimited

 

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Number of positions on the pick cart

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: Unlimited.

 

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Assignment of orders to a pick car

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Automatically based on order priority and release state. Manually selected by operator. Filter function for order type (only one order type, on one trolley).

 

 

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Optimization

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Support for order optimization. SHARK  is trying to group orders on the pick cart with similar pick/put lines.  

 

 

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Pick-by-light

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Intelligent pick carts with pick-by-light functionality are supported. SHARK controls light indicators on the pick carts and confirmation is done using a push button. Thereby barcode scanning can be avoided.

 

 

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Integrated Inventorying

The inventory module provides a fast and secure way to keep the stock on track. Inventorying orders can be created, counting can be done on paper or directly entered into the system, recounting is supported and the result can be printed as reports and reported back to an ERP system and the actual stock in SHARK can of course be adjusted according to the result of the counting.

By showing the difference result as graphical symbols, it is fast to have an overview of what to recount or check. One of the other nice feature is that if counting is done in automats, SHARK can get the tray automatically and will show a graphical picture of tray and use a light pointer if available, to guide the operator to the right location.

 

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Counting orders

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An unlimited number of counting orders can be generated.

 

 

 

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Counting with paper lists

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Counting lists can be printed, optional with a barcode. The barcode can later be used to fast report back the result.

 

 

 

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Counting directly on screen

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Counting can be done directly on the screen, where the location can be shown and for automats, the tray can be retrieved automatically.

 

 

 

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Re-counting

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An unlimited number of recounts can be performed.

 

 

 

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User administration

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Normal users have no access to the actual stock level or able to change the counting orders.

 

 

 

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Stock update

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The actual stock update is done under administrator control and first when the counting has been approved.

 

 

 

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ERP commitment

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The final stock can be reported back to the ERP system.

 

 

 

 

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Location management

 

The inventory system keeps track of last access time, store time and inventory time for each location.

 

 

 

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Reports

A number of reports can be generated by the system.

 

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Stock:

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Lists of all articles in the system.

 

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Tray statistic

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Shows information about tray utilization and picking rates (is most of the picks from the nearest trays).

 

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Pick statistics

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Picks/puts per day/month/year/zone/user.

 

 

 

 

 

Printer

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Reports can be printed to a Windows printer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Customed Reports

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User specific reports can be designed using the Data Browser.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barcode scanners

In most setups barcode scanners are used in combination with SHARK.

 

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Supported scanners

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Intermec, Symbol or any other scanner with support for keyboard emulation. SHARK requires an end-of-line to be send ofter the scanned code.

 

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Functions:

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Read articlenumber, positions, box numbers, login names, etc. A number of general commands can also be activated by specific barcodes (like printing a label).

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Label printers

Most label printers are supported for printing barcodes, order labels, pick labels, etc. The programming is done in the native language for the selected printer or by using external tools.

 

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Supported types

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Intermec E4, MarkPoint MP Compact4, Zebra. Others on request. Most printers can be used directly.

 

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Connection

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Via TCP/IP network (print server), RS232, parallel printer port, USB.

 

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Format

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Standard format at delivery. Can be modified by the user.

 

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Templates

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Label templates can be created in SHARK, so one label design can be used in many places and only has to be maintained at one location.

 

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Weight Management

The optional weight management module provides control of the maximum tray load in automats, by checking the maximum allowed weight of the trays. It does also support interfacing to a counting scale for easy counting of articles during order picking.

 

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Weight Control

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The weight of the trays are calculated from the Article Master Data and used to prevent overloading the tray. Attempts to store articles in a tray that will overload the tray will generate an error. The calculated weight of the tray is visible in the Manual Transaction window.

Supported scale type

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MettlerToledo ICS446 with serial interface using the MT-SICS (Standard Interface Command Set). Other types can be implemented on request.

 

Scale Connection

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Direct serial connection to the client PC or by using a Moxa Ethernet gateway.

 

Scale Suppor

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Article weight can be measured directly in the Article Browser for maintaining Article Master Data. The scale will be programmed with the article weight during batch order picking allowing immediate counting.

 

 

Using a scale to count the number of items to pick. The scale is programmed with the weight of the item and the display shows the number of items.

Host Link

Most Warehouse Management Systems must work in close cooperation with other IT systems and supports for integration with external systems are an important functionality of SHARK, implemented in the module SHARK Link. The Host Link module can be fully automated for automatic exchange of data, but can also be used manually.

 

SHARK has been installed for warehouse management in combination with a large selection of ERP systems like for example SAP, Movex, Mapics, IFS, Concorde, BAAN, XAL, Axapta, Navision and a number of customized solutions for example on an AS400 platform. Logiware has a lot of experience in implementation of specific solutions and works in close cooperation with the customers IT department or IT supplier.

SHARK has also been installed with existing Warehouse Management Systems where the uniqe features in SHARK for control of automated storage equipment are used while an existing system still are used for other functions as for example shipment and packaging.

 

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Protocol

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Data can be imported/exported from any folder.

 

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File format

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XML files in SHARK XML format or ASCII files in fixed length, CSV formats (using scripts). See the SHARK link documentation for further description.

 

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XSLT

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XSLT stylesheets is suppored for easy integration with external XML formats.

 

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Message types

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Master Data, Pick and Put-Away Orders, Confirmations, stock adjustments, Order Cancel.

 

 

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Confirmation types

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When order is finalized, for each line, when order is partly finalized.

 

 

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Inventory

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Stockcounting lists can be imported from an external system (an ERP system can for example decide what to count). Stock status can be exported to an external system.

 

 

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Synchronization

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Selectable import delay, default 15 seconds, minimum is 5 seconds. Typical synchronization time is less than 30 seconds.

 

 

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Customization

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SHARK link can be customized to other protocols and formats as for example direct database access, message queue systems, etc. Customized interfaces can be written in Java.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conveyor Module

SHARK has a general module for interfacing to conveyor systems.

 

Feature

 

 

Lig

Bas

Std

Ent

Cld

Conveyor control

:

Barcode scanners, direct to PLC. Must be adopted to the specific installation.

 

 

X

X

X

X

Automat control

:

SHARK  may control a local queue in front of automats.

 

X

X

X

X

Pick-to-light

:

Control af position light for boxes on the conveyor.

 

 

X

X

X

X

Confirmation

:

Supports push buttons at the conveyor for confirmation.

 

 

X

X

X

X

Batch picking

:

Automatic batch start of orders (boxes) that arrives to a picking zone.

 

 

X

X

X

X

Optimization

:

SHARK may control the conveyor system and optimizes the order and pick sequence.

 

 

X

X

X

X

 

License Policy

The general license policy for SHARK:

  • There is a floating license for each workstation/termimal in the installation. This means that all workstations used for picking/put-away, goods reception/consolidation and shipment, requires a license. Floating means the license is not bound to a specific PC, it is the number of concurrent PCs in use.
  • PCs used for administrative work (viewing statistics, modifying master data, reporting) can freely be used on all workstations.
  • Hardware controlled like lifts, conveyors, intelligent pickcarts, etc. requires a license. Label printers and barcode scanners are always included and does not require any specific license.

 

Customizations

Customization like special functionality, reports, etc. can be made on request.