Otto Motors, a leading provider of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), has unveiled its newest mid-sized AMR, Otto 600, which it describes as the ‘toughest and most nimble’ AMR in its class.
The company claims some of the AMRs key benefits include unlocking important new workflows with its ability to move pallets, carts and other payloads up to 600kg (1,322lbs).
“In 2015, Otto 1500 defined the heavy-class AMR category. In 2017, Otto 100 quickly became responsible for the industry’s largest AMR installations,” said Matt Rendall, CEO and co-founder of Otto Motors.
“In 2022, we launched Otto Lifter, the world’s first truly autonomous forklift. Today, we’re proud to announce the Otto 600, a mid-range AMR offering the perfect balance of strength and agility. Powered by our industry-leading autonomous software, Otto now offers an unmatched material handling portfolio.”
What’s more, Otto motors suggests the new model offers capabilities of larger AMRs with the manoeuvrability needed to get around in constrained spaces like work cells.
Some of its key specifications include:
- 1,322 lb (600 kg) payload capacity
- 4.5 mph (2 m/s) maximum speed
- 1050/700/320 mm footprint
- IP54 rating
The Otto 600 is available through the existing global network of Otto Motors system integrators and material handling solution providers.