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Otto Motors demonstrates several of its autonomous mobile robots at its PACK EXPO Las Vegas show booth, including its new 1,200-kg-payload model.

At the show, autonomous mobile robot (AMR ) provider OTTO Motors unveiled its newest robot, the OTTO 1200, which the company says is β€œthe highest performing heavy-duty AMR for tight spaces.” The OTTO 1200 has been designed with a narrow width to autonomously move payloads up to 1,200 kg, or 2,640 lb, without compromising safety, says OTTO.

Features of the OTTO 1200 include a narrow footprint of 910 mm that allows the robot to safely move materials in space-constrained environments, patented adaptive fieldset technology that prevents slowdowns around turns, intersections, equipment, and people, and an IP54-rated all-metal body designed to withstand dust and water in harsh factory environments. The AMR has a maximum speed of 13.4 mph, a footprint of 53 x 36 x 13 in., and a 30-min charge time from 10% to 90%.

According to OTTO, the new AMR has been designed with a service-first approach to maximize uptime. Explains the company, β€œBuilt with rapid-access drawers that eliminate the need to remove payloads, the OTTO 1200 enables quick maintenance that can be tackled by a single person.”

Among the workflow applications recommended for the OTTO 1200 are inbound to storage, finished goods takeaway, and lineside delivery, with the ability to move payloads on pallets, racks, and bins.  PW

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