Autonomous intralogistics for the factory of the future
Enabling autonomous intralogistics
NODE offersplug&playsoftwaresolutionsforautonomousintralogistics. The focusis on driverlesstransportvehicles and mobile robots, whichareturnedinto multi-vendor, autonomous and collaborativefleetsbyoursoftwaresolutions. In doing so NODE providesthebasisforthewidespreaduseofautonomous mobile robots (AMR) in production and intralogistics.
AMRs are already in productive use with NODE software.
KM driven so far, continuously increasing.
different AMR types already in operation.
A holistic software solution - operational for all your applications and AMR.
With NODE.OS, NODE offers a holistic software solution – from order management to AMR control – versatile in use according to the requirements of your applications:
Industrial-proof: Developed for and tested in an industrial environment.
One software fits all: Modularly applicable without hardware modifications.
Future-proof: Based on the latest approaches in the field of cloud robotics and machine learning.
is to enable any type of mobile robot to be universally deployed on any factory floor as an autonomous means of transport.
is to provide a software solution through targeted research, development and quality focus that enables any company to bring its intralogistics into the age of Industry 4.0 through fast commissioning and intuitive usability.
Proven availability under industrial conditions
of more than 99.5%
Reduction of commissioning and maintenance efforts
by up to 80%
Choice of more than 10 software modules that can be used independently of each other
Hardware and sensor independent:
More than 25 different AMR types successfully commissioned with NODE software
Audi & Bär Automation Pilot
The technological forerunner of the software solution for autonomous navigation was already successfully deployed in automotive production with the company Bär Automation in 2015. Since then, 23 vehicles of Bär Automation have been running in single-shift operation in the final assembly of passenger cars with an availability that is customary in the industry. Since then, the NODE.EDGE has been continuously developed technologically while maintaining the availability requirements.
Japanese automotive supplier DENSO relies on Cloud Robotics for the management of multi-vendor fleets. The team of NODE Robotics and Fraunhofer IPA is working closely with DENSO to develop the optimal combination of NODE.SRVS.