In addition to the desire for the fastest and most e‑cient intralogistics possible, the industry is driven by the increasing demand for individualisation and new digital solutions. The credo here is exibility and scalability. Technical solutions must be adaptable, both in terms of throughput and item size. The collaboration between MOSCA GmbH and GEBHARDT Intralogistics Group shows how the use of autonomous mobile robots can be used to rethink the optimal linking of end-of-line solutions.
The modular and autonomous mobile robots (AMR) KARIS® stands for seamless material flow solutions. It realises an e‑cient and autonomous linking of the individual strapping steps of the MOSCA machines.
„Taking a holistic view of every challenge in intralogistics and developing a corresponding solution concept has characterised our work for almost 70 years. In doing so, we do not see stationary and flexible components as an obstacle, but rather perfectly coordinated to realise a seamless, flexible and scalable material flow."
Jan Schlichting, Head of Sales Mobile Robotics and AMRs at GEBHARDT
Mobile linking of end-of-line processes via the GEBHARDT KARIS® AGVs and MOSCA strapping solutions. The AGVs use map layouts to move autonomously in the production environment and independently avoid obstacles if necessary.
They automatically pick up packages and can transfer them at different heights to downstream stations. Thanks to an interface and mobile app, they can also be conveniently operated and tasked via tablet computer or other terminal devices. Their performance can also be analysed in the same way.
YouTube Video from MOSCA GmbH, NOT from GEBHARDT