AMR | Autonomous Mobile Robots | Logistics Robots
What is an AMR Robot and how does it differ from the AGV Robot? AMR stands for Autonomous Mobil Robots. AMR Robots offers flexible and intelligent navigation. As opposed to the AGV Robot which stands for Autonomous Guided Robot. The AGV Robot has fixed routes that it must travel. What is most important to remember … Continue reading AMR | Autonomous Mobile Robots | Logistics Robots
What is an AMR Robot and how does it differ from the AGV Robot? AMR stands for Autonomous Mobil Robots. AMR Robots offers flexible and intelligent navigation. As opposed to the AGV Robot which stands for Autonomous Guided Robot. The AGV Robot has fixed routes that it must travel.
What is most important to remember is that AMR Robots have flexible intelligent navigation. Not only will they automatically stop if there is something obstructing their path, but they also have the ability to move around obstacles. AMR logistic robots transfer product typically loaded pods or shelving units around the warehouse or manufacturing facility.
How do AMR logistics robots know where they are going? There are a series of QR Codes that look like white dots embedded in the floor of the facility and the AMR robots can recognize the logistic signals they are sending and travel their path just like they would follow a map. They eye on the top of the logistics robot can read the QR code on bottom of POD or mobile shelf recognizing its unique code and will deliver the correct items to the correct place without ever making a mistake.
The T6 AMR Robot offers safe and reliable obstacle avoidance. It has anti-collision as well as sound and light alarms making it one of the safest AMR’s in the industry. Did I mention it’s fireproof?
The T6 offers superior performance. It is fast moving with high precision and has a fast- lifting speed for when it lifts pods for transport. Its modular structure is stable, reliable and easy to maintain.
How fast do AMR logistics robots travel? Approximately 2.5- 3 MPH.
Our #1 ranked logistics robot is our AMR or Autonomous Mobile Robot which at this time dominates the warehouse and distribution center robot market. It has open AMR protocol and scheduling protocol and adapts to multiple environments. Adapts various ground conditions and a wide range of temperatures.
What temperatures will the T6 AMR Robot work in? -20 to 65 degrees and can be customized to operate in -4 to 149 degree temperatures.
The brain behind our AMR Robots is the R-WMS or Robotic Warehouse Management System which schedules performance tasks, maps and monitors the logistics and provides traffic control. When the logistic robot has completed its task or is running low on power it will automatically go to its smart charging station.
What is an AMR Robots primary task? POD Lifting and transporting of product. A Pod is another name for a mobile shelf unit that is manually or mechanically loaded with products. Each POD has a QR code underneath which identifies what products are stored in the pod. The AMR Robot has an eye on top that when under the shelving unit can look up, view and identify the QR code and determine location of where the POD is to be taken.
Our AMR Robot Line Includes:
T6 -800 The First platform-based robot in the industry.
T6-1200 / T6-1500 – The difference is the ability to carry extra payload/weight.
AMR Robot Advantages:
Modular structure designed for stability, reliability and easy maintenance.
Supporting SLAM and QR code navigation modes.
High overall operating efficiency within top speed up to 2.5 MPH.
Great environmental adaptability; battery operation temperature -20-65 degree Celsius.
All-aluminum mechanical structure, segmented chassis, strong obstacle crossing ability.
OTA function for easy remote upgrade, troubleshooting, maintenance and problem solving.
Offering multiple safety protection features; the plastic parts of the AMR are made of fire-retardant materials, and adopt automotive-grade LFP battery.
Logistic Robot Applications include:
E-Commerce -ARM logistics robots deliver totes or PODs-to-Person addressing the pain points such as: massive SKU’s, significant variation in product dimensions, huge inventory turnover, major capacity fluctuations caused by order peaks and valleys, significant variation in units per order requiring high delivery efficiency.
3PL / 3rd Party Logistics – AMR Robot reduces work intensity of operators and increase work capacity by 45%
Apparel Industry – AMR logistics robots deliver totes or PODs-to-Person addressing the pain points such as: massive SKUs, various sizes and colors, seasonal fluctuations, huge order waves to be handled in a short time, low units per order requiring high delivery efficiency and multiple sales channels increasing complexity of picking operations.
Automotive Industry – AMR Logistics robots deliver totes or PODs-to-Person addressing pain points such as: high demand for on-time delivery, high risk and high costs of production line shut down, long distance material moving requiring large amount of manpower, high intensity work with multiple connections with various equipment.
Medicine / Pharmaceutical Industry – AMR logistics robots deliver totes or PODs-to-Person addressing pain points such as: significant variation in size and weight of goods, high storage standards, isolated storage for some categories, strict inventory management and FIFO requirements for production batch and expiration and high standard for delivery an accuracy.
Cold Storage/ Food Distribution Industry