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Seegrid launches autonomous lift truck

by Pieter Werner

Seegrid, vendor of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for material handling, today premiered a new autonomous lift truck, Palion Lift AMR, further expanding the capabilities of the company’s fleet of mobile robotics solutions.

The new lift truck automates the movement of palletized goods. Seegrid Palion AMRs  address major supply chain challenges thanks to the company’s proprietary navigation technology, which has a robotic track record of millions of autonomous miles driven in live production environments without a single safety incident. Palion Lift is equipped with this same navigation technology, using cameras, sophisticated algorithms and machine learning to safely and reliably navigate in dynamic environments alongside human coworkers.

Full automation

Palion Lift, the company’s first lift AMR, is designed especially for companies that require an automation solution that can haul payloads from one point to another, placing them at heights of up to six feet with little or no changes to their facilities, as well as work directly with other equipment to more quickly and efficiently move materials. The Palion Lift AMR offers full source-to-destination task automation for low-lift pallet handling processes.

Intelligent mobile robots

“We’re proud to continue to both expand and strengthen our AMR portfolio and help our customers take their fleet to the next level with our new Palion Lift AMR,” said Jim Rock, Seegrid’s Chief Executive Officer. “Adding lift to our strong line of horizontal products is a capability most requested by our customers. The expansion of our industry-leading Palion AMR fleet introduces new automated workflows for manufacturing, e-commerce, and logistics companies that need proven, end-to-end automation solutions. We’re committed to continue transforming the supply chain by delivering intelligent, enterprise-grade mobile robot and software solutions.”

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