MIR600 & MIR1350 – MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR INTERNAL LOGISTICS
The MiR600 & MiR1350 set new standards for internal logistics with stronger and safer autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).
Pick-up, transport and deliver pallets or other heavy loads automatically and efficiently with the heavy-duty robots. The robots are designed to comply with the highest available safety standards making them superior to other AMRs on the market. With increased ability to withstand dust particles and fluids, the MiR600 & MiR1350 are industrial, safer, and more reliable than any other AMRs, and they can be used in more environments.
The collaborative MiR600 safely maneuvers around people and physical obstacles. With its advanced technology and sophisticated software, the robot autonomously navigates to find the most efficient path to its destination. When it meets obstacles, it will automatically re-route to avoid costly lags in logistics processes.
MiR600 is equipped with the latest laser-scanning technology that delivers a 360-degree visual for optimal safety. 3D cameras have a range of 30-2,000 mm above floor level to detect pallets.
The MiR600 is the first IP52 rated AMR with increased ability to withstand dust particles and fluids the mobile robot can be used in more environments, it can e.g. drive close to open gates or other places where it is exposed to waterdrops and dirt.
The MiR1350 is the most powerful AMR from MiR to date. The MiR1350 is compliant with the highest available robot standards making it superior to other AMRs on the market.
With a payload of 1350 kg (3000 lbs), MiR1350 is the most powerful AMR from MiR to date, and it enables you to maximize the efficiency of your logistics operations. You can efficiently move very heavy loads and pallets automatically with the MiR1350.
MiR1350 is equipped with the newest laser-scanner technology and has optimal safety with 360 degrees vision around itself. Two 3D cameras in the front enables the robot to see from 30 to 2.000 mm. above the floor, and two sensors in each corner contribute to the robot’s ability to see pallets and other obstacles that are so low that they otherwise can be hard for robots to detect.