Unlike guided robots, which are bonded to a guide, Self-Driving Pallet Robots
use LiDAR and augmented reality to identify and map the environment. These sensors allow the system to detect obstacles and pause to let people pass.
In addition to reducing injuries, a robotic palletizing solution can also improve throughput. Manual palletizers often struggle to keep up with the demands of high production lines, leading to bottlenecks. With a robotic solution, you can eliminate these bottlenecks and get the most out of your manufacturing process.
A palletizing robot can be programmed to perform the same tasks and deliver precise results every time. This is especially important for complex, repetitive applications such as palletizing. This translates to higher throughput and lower downtime.
Robotic palletizers are designed to work with the rest of your production line. Depending on your specific needs, a robotic palletizer can work in a cell or be integrated into the conveyor system. The integration method will be determined by your facility, production rates and your budget.