Autonomous Mobile Robots
Advance Development of Autonomy and Mobility with the Fetch100 Research
Fetch100 Research features a set of extensible mount and power points that allow the robot to be configured for a widevariety of tasks and a sensor suite suitable for navigation in dynamic environments. Fetch100 Research is designed to work with the Robot Operating Systems (ROS) for the greatest common usability.
Benefits of the Fetch100 Research
The Original AMR Platform
Roots in Willow Garage, the Fetch100 Research features highly extensible hardware design with capability to speed R&D for students, researchers, as well as corporate innovation centers looking to further develop mobile robotic technologies.
Runs on Open Source Software
From state of-the-art algorithms, to powerful tools and a global community of developers, the Fetch100 Research runs on ROS (Robot Operating System), a set of software libraries and tools that's relied upon throughout the robotics industry.
Power Your Next Research Project
The Fetch100 Research is a powerful and flexible package that provides the essential robotics hardware, software tools, and extendable capabilities needed to develop robotics research projects.
Waytek Improves Throughput by 25% with Autonomous Mobile Robots
Waytek, a leading automotive electrical component distributor, struggled to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for their products amidst a worker shortage. With order volumes approaching 800 per day and a conveyor system unable to keep pace with the volume, they needed a way to scale output within the same 100,000-square-foot facility.
Hippo Harvest Cuts Water Use by 92% with Autonomous Mobile Robots
Sustainable farming startup Hippo Harvest has successfully integrated Zebra’s autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to grow greens, enabling the company to save up to 92% of water and use 55% less fertilizer than conventional produce growers.
The Future of Work in Manufacturing Will Be Built on the Optimization of People and Robots
The synergy between human workers and autonomous mobile robots holds immense potential within the workforce. In this focused spotlight brief, IDC explores the pivotal role played by autonomous mobile robots and their enduring impact on the future of work in manufacturing.
Austin Lighthouse Doubles Productivity with Mobile Robotics
Austin Lighthouse, a nonprofit organization, educates and trains its visually impaired employees as logistical support for the federal government, primarily for The Department of Defense. With increased competition from large organizations, Austin Lighthouse found it increasingly difficult to manage their rising order volumes.