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Autonomous Mobile Robot for Indoor Transportation Logistics

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), a developer and manufacturer of autonomous mobile robots headquartered in Odense, Denmark, now has distribution agreements in North America for its mobile robot, the MiR100. The industrial automation distributors in North America cover all major regions and are trained and certified.

Instead of having to build tracks on the floor for the robot to get from point A to point B, the adaptable MiR100 navigates safely around obstacles in a dynamic environment. On average, MiR100s drive 4.6 miles per day and can carry up to 220 lbs. With the patented hook module attached, the autonomous robot tows up 660 lbs.

"Various custom module solutions make MiR100 an ideal distributors' solution. Distributors can tailor MiR's open, customizable platform and intuitive interface with their own value-added expertise to bring additional industrial automation capabilities that enhance operational efficiency for customers," said Ed Mullen, Vice President of North American Sales, MiR. "Our partners and their customers are excited about using the MiR100 within manufacturing facilities, as well as reaching into many vertical markets such as logistics centers and airports."

MiR certified distributors in the U.S. include Applied Controls Inc., Axis Systems, Axis New England, Braas Company, Cross Company, Hermitage Automation & Controls, Numatic Engineering Inc., Olympus Controls and The Knotts Company, Inc.

For more information contact:

Ed Mullen

Vice President Sales - North America

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)


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