Oceaneering International announced at MODEX this week that it launched three autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) in the North American market. The UniMover D 100, UniMover O 600 and MaxMover CB D 2000 all use BlueBotics navigation technology.
The company’s UniMover AMRs are underride vehicles with varying payload capacities. The UniMover D 100 is better suited to light goods, like boxes, totes, trays and individual items, while the O 600 is made for transporting bulk items like food, laundry, medical equipment and engineered parts.
The MaxMover CB D 2000 replaces conventional counterbalance forklifts. It’s able to handle a range of load types, from conventional and specialized automotive pallets to racks and carts. The MaxMover is also able to pivot on the spot, making it easy to maneuver.
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