Autonomous Robot Fleet On The March

Fetch Robotics has added the CartConnect and RollerTop robots to its VirtualConveyor family of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).  Through the FetchCore Cloud Robotics Platform, mixed fleets of VirtualConveyor robots offer warehouses an optimization strategy for mixed inventory and workflow environments. VirtualConveyor CartConnect solutions allow the AMRs to pick up, transport and drop off delivery warehouse carts to any location. CartConnect robots can then immediately move on to their next cart delivery task.


VirtualConveyor RollerTop robots have seamlessly integrated active conveyor modules that, in combination with FetchCore’s precision alignment feature, allow RollerTop robots to dependably hand off or receive material from fixed conveyance. With the integration of FetchLink controllers with facility conveyors, users can very quickly deploy AMR to conveyor workflows that require no human interaction.

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Both CartConnect and RollerTop solutions can be deployed in hours without any changes to existing facility or IT infrastructure. For more details, visit Fetch Robotics.

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