AMRs differ from their predecessors, which are autonomous guided vehicles (AGVs) that rely on rails or predefined paths and often require operator control. AMRs use an advanced set of sensors, artificial intelligence, machine learning and computing to interpret and navigate their environment, regardless of whether they are wired or not. In a warehouse environment, AMRs can be used to move materials around the facility without having to rely on human operators to manually move pallets.
This results in lower labor costs associated with transporting cargo on-site, as well as increased overall throughput by reducing waiting times associated with loading and unloading trucks at distribution centers. You can get support from AGV/AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robots) in many areas, in addition to being used for material handling in warehouses or distribution centers with multiple floors, with multi-storey storage racks containing inventory items for picking and packaging operations.
AGV/AMR Robot – Autonomous Mobile Robot
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