EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTOR OF OTTO MOTORS™
AMRobotics is your European partner in developing and deploying Autonomous Mobile Robotics (AMR) solutions. We are the European distributor of OTTO Motors™ hard- and software systems and OTTO Motors™ Enterprise partner since 2016. With a European warehouse in the Netherlands we supply robots and spare parts all over Europe.
We operate through an extensive network of professional European system integrators and together we integrate AMRs for the industry. High-end solutions with the ultimate goal of automating the world's dullest and labour intensive jobs.
The logistics automation market is growing exponentially year by year. Industries are constantly innovating to be more efficient in deploying their logistic processes. So we are always on the lookout for partners to help grow our European Network and help us build the future!
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Contact us now: integrators at amrobotics.eu
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Transport robots from ek robotics combined with software from OTTO Motors expand the range of services for autonomous material handling in the global intralogistics market.
OTTO Motors, a leading provider of autonomous mobile robots, released software giving customers “better visibility and depth” of their fleet’s performance.
Frequently Asked Questions
An automated guided vehicle (AGV) is a floor-bound vehicle. Automated guided systems (AGS) are floor-based automatically controlled vehicles.
Computer-controlled machines that can perform a set of defined tasks by following specific instructions with minimal or no human intervention are automated.
Autonomous Machines have the intelligence to make decisions when faced with new or unexpected situations. These machines may have the ability to learn as they encounter new situations.
The autonomous mobile robots can be extended with different top modules that can be mounted on the robot, such as racks, bins, lifts, conveyors, grippers, hooks or a collaborative robot.
Adding a collaborative robot you enter a slightly different robot category called Autonomous Industrial Mobile Manipulation (AIMM) a complete autonomous operator.