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Most people active within supply chain and manufacturing have heard of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) and its importance. We must focus on sustainability, social responsibility, and good corporate governance.

E, S, and the G

  • “E” – responsibility for the area we live and work in.
  • “S” – health, safety, and friendliness to all of us.
  • “G” – diversity, integrity, ethics, and correct, engaging and transparent behavior.

The ESG is, of course, much more comprehensive than the three bullets above. Ultimately, the ESG is executed individually, and we all must collaborate to optimize the outcome.

It is evident that our planet will continue to suffer if we don’t get the “E” under control. The “S,” socius, is Latin meaning friend. If we were everyone’s friend, many of the problems we see today, like war, conflicts, and poverty, would be much easier to handle. Finally, for the “G,” we need empathetic leaders with social and emotional intelligence who focus on managing the “E” and the “S” correctly; strong words in this area are accountability and transparency. Then we might have a winning recipe.

If we use a high-level approach to the ESG content and apply it to a supply chain operation. It tells you how to run responsible, safe, transparent supply chain operations. Let’s use the ESG approach.

  • Responsibility for your work; the E.
  • Healthy and friendly workplace; the S.
  • Correct and engaging leadership; the G.


When applying ESG in a warehouse operation or a production environment, it is evident that there are no clear borders between the E, S, and G; they are all interconnected and dependent on each other. Another element is when we add robotics. How do we build robotics into the operations in such a way that it benefits all stakeholders within the ESG?

With the right software, you can engage and include collaboration between humans and machines and get actionable insights that lead to intelligent, innovative, and sustainable supply chain operations. How do you turn your operation into the perfect ESG site? Real-time data, transparency, AMRs, automation, and humans cannot solve the equation; you need intelligent software – a central brain.

Real-time data, IoT sensors, and manual analytics are not enough; they are still manually evaluated and corrected. You need an intelligent software platform that engages operators and helps to synchronize activities for humans, machines, and other stakeholders to get your operations to the next level and toward being ESG compliant.

To make it easier, let’s divide site operations into three category levels: LEVEL-3 is run manually with no real-time data support, LEVEL-2 uses real-time data for manual analytics and LEVEL-1, a central AI brain orchestration platform using spatial intelligence and real-time data to automate analytics, planning, decisions, and execution without manual intervention.


Central brain orchestration automates planning, takes rule-based decisions, and efficiently automates and executes sequenced tasks.


Manual analytics, planning, decisions, and execution using real-time data.


Manual planning, decisions, and execution without any real-time data.

Central Brain
Orchestration Platform

The central brain orchestrates and helps humans and machines collaborate, share tasks, and work together to improve safety, efficiency, productivity, and quality. The platform defines, automates, and manages the sequencing and dependencies of individual tasks or steps to ensure they are executed in the correct order and with the right resources.

An orchestration platform for task execution helps organizations streamline and automate complex processes, improve efficiency, and reduce manual effort and errors.


  • Workflow design and management; plan and execute workflows visually, establishing the sequence and dependencies of tasks. 
  • Task scheduling; schedule tasks based on time triggers, dependencies, or other rule-based conditions. 
  • Resource management; automatically allocates and pushes cross-functional tasks to manual and automated resources. 
  • Error detection and handling; monitor task execution in real-time, automatically detect errors or failures, and automatically trigger appropriate actions or notifications.
  • Environmental; reducing carbon emissions, more efficient energy use, and waste management. 
  • Work platform; helps to create a safe and multicultural work environment with visual task distribution that is engaging and easy to learn for everyone.
  • Accountability and transparency; measure performance against recognized standards, frameworks, and guidelines in real-time. CO2 emissions, energy use, labor practices, and accidents.