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Pallet Transport

Pallet transportation has long been a task done by forklifts and pallet trucks. But, with rising concern over safety and forklift driver recruitment, autonomous robots offer a viable alternative at a lower lifetime cost. Injuries in the warehouse and factory should be a thing of the past and autonomous material movement a fixture of the future.

Pallet Transport for Manufacturing & Intralogistics

Autonomous Heavy Movements

At its worst, pallet transport can result in serious personnel injury and product damage. Combined with a worsening labor market and increasing supplier delays, pallet transportation becomes an area of the warehouse primed for change. AMR-enabled pallet transport increases safety, reduces labor dependency, and enables supply chain growth.

Seamless Orchestration

Connection between your existing systems and mobile robot fleet means that tasks are created, dispatched, and completed without any need for a trigger.

Safer Environment

By reducing forklift movement within a facility, supply chain managers increase safety, lower costs, and reduce incidents. Autonomous pallet transportation becomes the smart alternative.

Autonomous Operation

Connecting AI-enabled software systems results in a smarter operation, less need for low-level decision-making, and an operation that’s easier to manage and performs better.

Pallet Transport

Staging to Putaway

The Solution

• Trailers are unloaded and forklifts stage pallets directly on an AMR or on small carts or pallet workstations. Forklift drivers confirm each task, which triggers f(x) to assign a pick-up task to an AMR.
• After receiving a task, the AMR travels to the pick-up location, docks to the pallet, and lifts. Once lifted, the AMR begins travel to the putaway location
• At the putaway location, the AMR moves into position, lowers the load, and moves away or a forklift lifts the pallet directly from the AMR

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Pallet Transport

Inbound to Outbound

The Solution

• Pallets are placed directly on an AMR or on small carts or pallet workstations. An inbound-to-outbound task is created by existing systems and triggers f(x) to assign a task.
• After receiving a task, the AMR travels to the pick-up location in the inbound staging area, docks to the pallet, and lifts. Once lifted, the AMR begins travel to the outbound drop-off location
• At the outbound drop-off location, the AMR moves into position, lowers the load, and moves away or a forklift lifts the pallet directly from the AMR

Pallet Transport

Long-Haul Point to Point

The Solution

• Pallets are placed directly on an AMR or on small carts or pallet workstations by forklifts. A task is created by existing systems for a long-haul movement and triggers f(x) to assign a task.
• After receiving a task, the AMR travels to the pick-up location, docks to the pallet, and lifts. Once lifted, the AMR begins travel to the drop-off location
• At the drop-off location, the AMR moves into position, lowers the load, and moves away or a forklift lifts the pallet directly from the AMR

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The Robots That Make the Difference

Robotics Software

f(x) Fleet Manager

f(x) Fleet Manager is a software suite designed to organize your operations, delegate work, and control your robot fleet. f(x) connects with your existing hardware and software so you get synchronized operations and more visibility. From mapping and task-building to data analysis, f(x) has every functionality you need to deploy a fleet of mobile robots successfully. 

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