The micro-fulfillment solution utilizes the company’s t-Sort autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to optimize operations in a store backroom, micro-fulfillment center (MFC) or dark store.
The MiR1000 is designed as a collaborative, safe and flexible alternative to fork lifts on the factory floor. MiR is also releasing artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities across all of its AMRs for navigation.
An autonomous driving system, the RS-IPLS features real-time data pre-processing and a ‚Äúgaze‚Äù function similar to human eyes.
The MiR500 is the same size as a standard Euro-pallet (47.2 in √ó 31.5 in √ó 5.7 in), and MiR expects that most MiR500s will be used to transport pallets in manufacturing floors and warehouses.
- Fetch Robotics, Inc
CartConnect, RollerTop and the complete line of VirtualConveyor solutions will be shown for the first time at MODEX 2018 at booth #B4835.
Our customer in this instance was a manufacturer of autonomous and semi-autonomous farming systems. The company wanted to integrate advanced optics in their machinery in order to better detect the edge of crops, speeding up harvesting and minimizing any product loss. Specifically, their aim was to enable their harvesting vehicles to "sweep" the fields more precisely and avoid missing any sections and ultimately help farmers increase productivity.