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Robione, the autonomous logistics robot, integrates the cutting-edge Autoware software architecture on the Robeff EV platform. This solution empowers companies to optimize their logistics operations with efficiency and effectiveness.

Value Proposition

The autonomous logistics robot, Robione, redefines material transportation with its long operational time of 8 hours, making it ideal for continuous use in factories and warehouses. This extended operational period ensures uninterrupted workflow, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity. Robione’s easy-to-integrate structure allows for seamless integration into existing operations, enhancing efficiency and safety. Its modular design and adaptable software enable quick deployment and customization to specific operational needs, minimizing disruptions and optimizing workflow. With its indoor and outdoor capabilities, long range, and multifunctional design, Robione optimizes logistics operations, delivering unparalleled productivity and operational flexibility.

Technology Description

An innovative autonomous logistics robot has been developed, named Robione, to revolutionize material transportation in factories and warehouses. Robione integrates cutting-edge technologies, including LIDAR, cameras, GPS-INS devices, and HD maps, on its EV platform. This smart solution offers advanced features such as obstacle detection, traffic light recognition, emergency brake functions, predictive actions, and obstacle avoidance, with a maximum speed of 20 km/h. Its software architecture is highly flexible, allowing for easy customization and adaptation to various operational environments and challenges.

In the autonomous vehicle technology domain, Robione stands out for its operational versatility and efficiency. It is capable of operating both indoors and outdoors, with a long range of 60 km and an operational time of 8-10 hours. This flexibility makes it suitable for a wide range of applications, from factory floors to warehouse facilities, enhancing productivity and safety in logistics operations.

The Go-To-Market strategy encompasses a multifaceted approach to market penetration. For autonomous delivery operations, the plan is to collaborate with chain grocery stores and cargo companies to replace their delivery operations in university campuses, leveraging the ease of integration in restricted areas. On the industrial side, the aim is to collaborate with major manufacturing plant owners, focusing on enhancing material transportation and logistics operations within factories and warehouses. These strategic partnerships, combined with leveraging the Autoware Foundation ecosystem, will enable the company to establish itself as a leading provider of autonomous logistics solutions, driving efficiency and innovation in material handling.