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Since 2017, Fraunhofer IPA has been supporting the BMW Group in the largest automation project in the company's history with a navigation solution. As of today, several hundred AMR with NODE navigation are in productive operation in various BMW plants. In close cooperation with the BMW Group and other project partners, NODE.move was optimally adapted to the requirements of automotive production and its use on the AMR.
The technological forerunner of the autonomous navigation software solution was successfully deployed in automotive production with BÄR Automation back in 2015. 23 vehicles of the company BÄR Automation have been running since then with an industry-standard availability in the passenger car final assembly in single-shift operation. Since then, NODE.move has been continuously developed technologically while maintaining the availability requirements.
In October 2022 we announced our development partnership with IDEALworks. After the successful integration of our navigation solution NODE.move into idealworks' AMR iw.hub, both companies decided to expand their partnership in the future to jointly develop an integrated bundle of new services for idealworks' holistic robotics ecosystem.
4am Robotics - the AMR brand of Schiller Automatisierungstechnik GmbH and Mojin Robotics GmbH - has been equipping its own portfolio of autonomous forklifts, tugger trains and mobile platform cobots with NODE.move robot navigation since summer 2022. With the help of our software, 4am can set up new applications in a matter of hours instead of days, while reducing the complexity of its extensive portfolio.
In the summer of 2022, we were able to win TUGBOT as a customer. TUGBOT fills a gap in our AMR portfolio, as we did not have a robot that could pull shopping carts. This was an important step on the way to offering an AMR portfolio for any kind of transport task. The TUGBOT will be used in intralogistics, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial applications.
Bottobo Robotics, a Turkish based Start-up, provides collaborative AMRs. Founded in 2019, their aim is to revolutionize and democratize the autonomous mobile robot industry by offering AMRs that work seamlessly with human workers. Their first product, Pixer, a Person 2 Good Piece Picking AMR, helps organizations boost warehouse picking operations and increase productivity by up to 4x.
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The NODE Robot Autonomy Skills are a collection of skills and functions that can be used to make your mobile robots smarter and more autonomous.
Our skills include navigation, object recognition, path planning, obstacle avoidance, mapping, and more.