Geek+ New RoboShuttle Can Reach Up to 12 Meters for Warehouse Storage

Mobile robot provides flexibility and automated storage and retrieval, company claims.


Geek+ has introduced its latest RoboShuttle for 12-m-high warehouse automation at CeMAT 2023.
Geek+ said its latest mobile robot to bring totes or cases to human workers can be combined with its shelf-to-person system.

Geekplus Technology Co. today announced at CeMAT Asia a mobile robot that can reach up to 12 m (40 ft.) in height. The company said the new system has already been deplyed by several major global retailers at sites in North America and Asia.

“As early pioneers in the mobile robotics space, we are committed to continuous innovation to accompany our customers on their new automation journey,” stated Yong Zheng, founder and CEO of Geek+. “The enhanced RoboShuttle solution is a significant addition to our goods-to-person family, offering more choices to retailers looking for the right fit for their warehouse.”

Beijing-based Geek+ said it has developed autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to flexibly, reliably, and efficiently automate warehouses and supply chains. The company, which has U.S. offices in San Diego, added that it has more than 1,500 employees and more than 1,000 global customers.

RoboShuttle reaches new heights

The case-to-person system acts as a mobile automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS), in which mobile robots move totes for picking, putaway, and return handling, explained Geek+.

Geek+ RoboShuttle vertical

Geek+ offers multiple RoboShuttle models. Source: Geek+

The company claimed that it has been deployed in more than 20 countries and that it is “the most flexible high-storage solution on the market, thanks to mobile robots that operate without fixed equipment.”

The newest addition to the Geek+ goods-to-person family uses suction cups and can increase storage density more than other systems on the market, the company asserted.

The tall robot operates within aisles, focusing on vertically storing and retrieving totes or cases. It then transfers them to small and fast picking robots that navigate beneath the racks to deliver the items to picking stations, said Geek+.

Geek+ integrates offerings

In addition, customers can combine the new RoboShuttle with Geek+'s Shelf-to-Person system to meet their their specific needs, the company said. This hybrid system supports the storage and picking of various sized items on racks, pallets, and totes within an adaptable layout, according to Geek+.

“What makes our solutions stand out is their integration capabilities, allowing them to be seamlessly combined,” added Yong Zheng. “We offer our customers the best choice of systems, and they can create their own solution using our various modules. That's what makes Geek+ unique, and it's what has enabled us to consistently lead the global market for the past five years.”

Geek+ noted that its management platform can handles multiple robot types for real-time path planning, optimal traffic management, and task assignments, making it suitable for large-scale deployments. The software also integrates with major warehouse management systems (WMS) for easy deployment and integration, it said.

Geek+’s multi-level, high-density, Four-Way Shuttle System is now on display at KPI Integrated Solutions' headquarters in Missouri.

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Geek+ has introduced its latest RoboShuttle for 12-m-high warehouse automation at CeMAT 2023.

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