Autonomous mobile robots that perform tasks and navigate around a warehouse
Autonomous mobile robots equipped with sensors, onboard processing capabilities, and algorithms enable them to perceive surroundings, make decisions, and execute actions independently. Working within warehouses our goods to person solution from Scallog allows products to be brought directly to the operator, removing unnecessary trips and optimising storage space.
Scallog’s Boby robot lifts and transports shelves from storage location to order picking. This scalable goods to person robotic solution is an intelligent robot controlled via wifi. It is revolutionary warehousing system.
Small but powerful, the Boby Robot
Capable of supporting a maximum payload of 600 kg, the Boby robot moves at a speed of 1.5 m/s empty, and 1.2 m/s loaded. It has the capacity to handle a throughput of 600 picks/h per picker. It generates productivity gains of 40%.
Robotising logistics eliminates low-level, repetitive tasks and ensures optimised employee productivity and order reliability. You will increase your operating efficiency and reduce your operating costs.
There is no need to change your infrastructure, as the solution integrates seamlessly into your warehouse.
The Scallog system’s ease of installation and use guarantees a low level of capital investment and immediate operating efficiency.
What are Autonomous Mobile Robots?
AMRs are robotic systems designed to navigate and operate in dynamic environments without human intervention. These versatile robots are equipped with sensors, cameras, and advanced software that allow them to perceive their surroundings and make decisions in real-time. They are used for a wide range of tasks, including material handling, inventory management, and order fulfilment. Here are some of the key features and benefits of AMRs:
Flexibility: AMRs can adapt to changing warehouse layouts and product locations. They can easily reconfigure their paths and pick up or deliver items from various locations within the facility.
Efficiency: AMRs are highly efficient in optimising workflows. They can work 24/7 without fatigue, leading to a significant increase in productivity and a reduction in operational costs.
Safety: These robots are designed with safety in mind. They can detect obstacles and people in their path and take appropriate actions to avoid collisions. This ensures a safer working environment for human employees.
Accuracy: AMRs can navigate with high precision, making them ideal for tasks like inventory tracking and picking items for orders. They can also reduce the occurrence of errors in product retrieval and placement.
Scalability: As businesses grow and their warehousing needs change, AMRs can be easily scaled up or down to meet the demand, making them a cost-effective solution for long-term planning.