The robot’s battery lasts approximately 8 hours while driving. This is followed by a recharge. It takes around 3 hours to fully recharge the robot.
The maximum load of the robot is about 200 kg. The robot and can transport KLT cartonsplastic totes, tool carriers, trays, boxes and half-Euro pallets.
The UNITR does measureuses a laser scanner to assess his its environment by using a laser scanner. The measured laser beam datas is going to be compared with the stored map so that . This enables the robot to can know identify its position within the map. The robot doesIt can navigate autonomously within the complete entire map and. T the user is free able to set up any waypoints totally free and unrestrictedrequired.
The UNITR is an autonomoulyautomated guided vehicle (AGV). ItsHis task is to transport material, food, etc. To execute different tasks theThe robot is able tocan change his modules to perform different tasks. The module is the unit at the back upper part of the robot. Depending on the mission the mModules are swapped is changed fully automatically depending on the mission.
The robot is able to use the elevators completeycompletely automatically. ThereforeTo do this, the robotit does requests the elevator from the control system and is able to change floors completely autonomously.
To block areas withinIf the UNITR is not allowed to driveshould not access certain areas, these possiblity exists to zones can be blocked areas within using the graphical interface. Those The user can flexibly change these areas can be changed flexibel by the user.
Yes, the robot is able to drive navigate within dynamic environments by using very just a fewless static objects (doors, walls, etc.). The robot does not need any markings or landmarks within the environment.
The UNITR is able to transport different modules in the back of the robot. Theose modules are used to store material and are able to communicate and interact with the peripherals and stations y completely automatically where necessaryif demanded. Does If the robot has to do perform different tasks, it is able to change his modules completeycompletely automatically.
The robot can emit acoustic signals via speakers. It also has some signal lamps. The user is able to interact with the robot’s touch panel. Mission management is handled within a web application (platform-independent). If necessary, the robot can send emails and SMS or make voice calls to interact proactively, informatively and immediately with users.
The environment has to be mapped at the beginning. Subsequently, the user can teach and configure manual and automatic waypoints using the graphical interface. The same interface provides the robot with missions to be executed. After this setup process has been completed, the robot then navigates completely autonomously within its environment.
How long does the UNITR battery last?
How much weight can be loaded onto the robot and what does the UNITR transport?
How does the navigation of the UNITR works?
What is the robot's task?
Can the UNITR use elevators?
Is it possible to block different areas within the map for to preventthe UNITR access?
Can the UNITR is capable to drive within highly dynamic environments?
What does ‘module change’ mean?
How can the UNITR interact with its environment?
Is the robot able to navigate completely autonomously within a new environment?
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