Most Advanced Autonomous Mobile Robot for Indoor Transportation Logistics

Odense, Denmark, Stony Brook, New York --- Mobile Industrial Robots extends its foothold in the Canadian, U.S. and Mexican market by announcing distribution agreements for its award-winning mobile robot, the MiR100. These twelve industrial automation distributors in North America cover all major regions and are trained, certified and selling MiR100s.

MiR100’s unique capabilities make it considerably more flexible, efficient and cost-effective than traditional automated guided vehicles (AGVs) with a repayment period of less than a year that sets it apart from other transport logistics solutions on the market. Instead of having to build tracks on the floor for the robot to get from point A to point B, the highly adaptable MiR100 navigates safely around obstacles in a dynamic environment. On average, MiR100s drive 4.6 miles per day and can carry up to 220 pounds. With the patented hook module attached, the autonomous robot tows up 660 pounds.

MiR Certified Distributors: Applied Controls Inc., Axis Systems, Axis New England, Braas Company, Cross Company,Datatechnic Mexico S De Rl De CV, Hermitage Automation & Controls, Intercon Material Handling (Canada), Numatic Engineering Inc.,Olympus Controls, and The Knotts Company, Inc.

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