Mobile Robots(10 companies)
Also known as AGV robots or autonomous mobile robots, these devices are designed for locomotion within a plant, typically in material handling applications such as picking from shelves, warehousing and other mobile jobs.
ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation
ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation manufactures a wide range of delta, collaborative robots (cobots), SCARA, mobile robots for a variety of packaging and processing applications. Featured robots include the IRB 390 FlexPacker delta robot is designed for fast, high payload picking and packing in packaging applications. The unit features rapid changeover times that accompany the growth of low volume, high mix production to respond to the revolution of new consumer demands and to address the rising demand for Shelf Ready (SRP) and Retail Ready packaging (RRP).
Bastian Solutions supplies autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), capable of complex logistics and distribution functions, including transporting goods in assembly operations or in warehouses for sortation, order picking, and goods-to-person order fulfillment.
Equal from CMES Robotics is a robotic system that is designed to overcome operational errors due to irregularities in box shape. Equal identifies and fixes these errors using 2D/3D vision technology, AI prediction technology, robotic operation, and 3D simulation technology provided by EQUAL.
FANUC America Corporation
FANUC offers a wide range of specialty industrial robots, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and related robotics products. FANUC’s robot offering is vast, including articulated robots, delta robots, SCARA robots, collaborative robots (cobots) for industries ranging from electronics and food and beverage to medical and pharmaceutical. Robotics can be customized for diverse, specialty applications from material removal to assembly, dispensing and sealing, palletizing, part transfer, customized robots for pick and pack or pick and place, and much more.
Grupo Empac SA de CV
MIR robots are safe and cost effective autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) that quickly automat internal transportation and logistics tasks. The robot streamlines workflows, freeing up staff so customers can increase productivity and reduce costs.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
From simple pick-and place-applications, to complex assembly tasks, Mitsubishi Electric industrial robots are equipped with class-leading speed and precision. Coupled with intelligent options like 3D vision, force sensing, seamless PLC integration, and the ability to operate in “collaborative applications,” Mitsubishi Electric has the robots required for today's demanding manufacturing applications. Mitsubishi Electric’s robot product line includes vertical type robots with 16-axis arms for maximum flexibility, horizontal SCARA units for high-speed material handling, and collaborative robots (cobots). Other robots highlighted on Mitsubishi Electrics’ products overview page include ceiling mounted horizontal type robots designed for high-speed material handling without obstructing floor space, a low-cost, 4-axis SCARAs for basic applications, micro working robots, and more. All Mitsubishi Electric robots purchased in North America come with an initial three-year on-site warranty.
Omron Automation Americas
Omron’s robotic solutions make integration easy by bringing control, safety, motion and other requirements together in a single software architecture and development environment. Omron offers a complete range of industrial robots from parallel, articulated and SCARA robots to collaborative and mobile technologies.
Stäubli Robotics is a leading international supplier of robotic solutions for industrial applications. Robots, ranging from SCARA and 6-axis industrial robots to cobots, mobile robot systems and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) systems, are used in food processing, pharmaceutical and material handling applications, among others. Featured robots include the HelMo mobile robot system, a fully autonomous machine with the ability to navigate a diverse array of working environments, gather its own materials and then carry out its work.
Yaskawa America, Inc.
Yaskawa designs automation and industrial robot solutions for customers worldwide who need to increase efficiency, provide consistent quality, boost productivity and deliver outstanding ROI. Yaskawa supplies articulated arm, SCARA, delta, and mini robots controlled and programmed by IEC61131-3 and PLCopen standards. Featured robots with IEC include the MPP3 series arms handling payloads of up to 3 kg and featuring cycle times of up to 150 CPM using the IEC61131-3 and PLCopen programming standards. Other robots in Yaskawa’s vast line of industrial and collaborative robots include the MotoMini, which Yaskawa calls the “smallest 6-axis robotic arm in the industry,” designed for faster operation and reduced cycle time to boost productivity.
Zebra supplies several models of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). AMRs use the cloud-based Zebra Symmetry™ platform for AMR fleets and automation workflows. Accessible from anywhere, Zebra Symmetry delivers simplicity, performance and ease of use for any operation where AMRs are deployed. AMR models include the Fetch100 Connect, designed for automating cart-based material handling. The Fetch100 Flex is built specifically for the Zebra Fulfillment Solution. It features a barcode scanner, NFC reader for badges, and a touchscreen for picker guidance and interactions. The Fetch100 Roller features an integrated conveyor top that automatically inducts and discharges totes and bins without human intervention. The Fetch 100 Shelf provides autonomous transport in virtually any facility and carries a wide range of bins, totes and packages with its configurable shelving system. Designed to be highly extensible while prioritizing safety, Zebra’s fully autonomous Fetch100 OEM base is a cost-effective product to accelerate the development of automated solutions for a wide range of applications.
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