An autonomous mobile robot (AMR) is a type of robot that can understand and move through its environment independently. It can move items from one location to another location within a facility using variety of sensors, including cameras, lasers, and radar, to map their surroundings and plan their paths. They can also use artificial intelligence (AI) to make decisions about how to avoid obstacles and complete their tasks. a) Payload Handler: Rack Lifting / Pallet Lifting / Hooking b) Payload: Up to 500kg c) Travelling direction: Multiple by application d) Charging Method: Manual Charging / Opportunity Charging e) Mode: Standalone / Fleet Management System f) Battery Type: Li-Ion 24V 60Ah g) Navigation Method: Trackless / Localisation
Using LIDAR sensor, camera and sound system for safe detection of obstacles and clear alarm notifications
Easy to manage with user friendly touch screen interface
Built in fully autonomous and hybrid (remote control) navigation modes.
AMRs can automate tasks that are currently done by humans, which can free up workers to focus on other tasks. AMRs also can navigate complex environments more efficiently than humans, which can reduce the time it takes to complete tasks
AMRs can operate in dangerous or hazardous environments without putting humans at risk