Move into new dimensions
Robotics is on the move, whether it be in production, logistics or service. Mobile robots, in particular, are gathering pace in these areas. The variants range from AGVs, mobile cobots, right through to autonomously driving mobile robots. In short: The future belongs to autonomous mobile robots. This makes robotics more flexible overall and opens up completely new applications and business models. To enable mobile robots to move about safely and master their numerous challenges, you need intelligent sensor solutions.
Production: Make it move
Logistics: Move it
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Service robots: Move on
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Three-dimensional sensor solutions
Intelligent sensors make it possible for mobile robots to move about. They give autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) more flexibility and freedom of movement.
SICK offers a wide range of sensors for all challenges associated with mobile robots. Our product offerings are modular and cater for simple to high end applications. We tailor our LiDAR, vision, RFID or ultrasound based sensor solutions to your requirements for reliable localization, positioning or load handling.
Furthermore, the sensor data collected are become increasingly more valuable. We turn raw data into instructions for the robot, and our advanced software opens up completely new possibilities. With the help of AI, complex applications that seemed impossible just a few years ago can now be realized.
Besides the tried-and-proven interplay of sensors and the associated software, the third aspect of our solutions is humans. Collaborating with our customers is a top priority for us and we demonstrate this every day with our advice and service – that’s what drives us globally.
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