ForwardX Robotics, a provider of vision-based autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and warehouse solutions, introduced the Max 1500-L Slim. Designed for both warehouse logistics and manufacturing environments, the compact unit stands just 245mm (9.6 inches) tall, and offers a payload capacity of 1500kg (3,306 pounds).
The Max 1500-L Slim also features a state-of-the-art obstacle detection and avoidance system, covering a full 360 degrees. This intelligent system enables the AMR to navigate complex environments, adapting to changing surroundings and avoiding potential hazards, the company says. Its autonomous navigation capabilities ensure safe and efficient operations, even in high-traffic areas without human intervention, according to a press release.
The company says the Max 1500-L Slim also excels in precision docking and lifting. Powered by computer vision technology, it can accurately align with workstations and dock with conveyor belts, eliminating the need for manual adjustments.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Max 1500-L Slim to the market,” said Nicholas Chee, founder and CEO of ForwardX Robotics. “We firmly believe that this revolutionary AMR can significantly improve the operational capabilities of our customers, enabling them to achieve higher levels of productivity, safety, and efficiency.”
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