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  /  Automation   /  Autonomous Mobile Robots: The New Normal in 2021
Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs), Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), automation, robots

Autonomous Mobile Robots: The New Normal in 2021

Businesses require the advantages that AMRs offer, which is not available from other automation technologies or manual labor.

AMRs, also known as Autonomous Mobile Robots are revolutionizing the automation industry today. AMRs move through large piles of merchandise, transporting the most recent sales for shipping around the globe. They’re taking the place of forklifts in a warehouse, pulling 1000 kilo payloads. By moving goods from one belt conveyor to another, robots thread together manufacturing processes. They’ll even mop the floors for you.


What are Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) and how do they work?

In general, an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) is any robot that can comprehend and navigate its surroundings without the direct supervision of a human or on a predetermined direction. AMRs have a variety of sensing devices that allow them to recognize and perceive their surroundings, allowing them to complete their mission in the most productive and direction possible, moving around fixed and variable obstacles.


Why are AMRs in Demand?

Businesses require the advantages that AMRs offer, which are not available from other automation technologies or manual labor.

Low entry barriers – Because of their efficiency and versatility, AMRs lower the barrier and risk of investing in automation.

Small autonomous mobility — As compared to the small, fast mobility that AMRs can offer, standard conveyor systems barrelled to the ground are an obstacle to workflow and performance.

People and other robots get along well with collaborative AMRs – Collaborative AMRs are intended to operate alongside and together with humans, as well as current automation systems.

Reduce risk of disease – AMRs enable you to have fewer employees on the factory floor and fewer staff working in close quarters, reducing disease transmission.

Quick Placement- Traditional automation systems can take a long time to completely instalment, but AMRs can be up and running in a matter of weeks, allowing companies to reap the benefits sooner.


Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) vs. (Automated Guided Vehicles) AGVs

The distinction between AGVs and AMRs can be summarized by the distinction between a driven vehicle and a robot. A driven vehicle, like a train or a car, follows predetermined paths, typically along cables or magnets installed in the surface. An AGV robot is possibly smart enough to avoid hitting barriers that appear in its path with simple sensors, but it isn’t good enough to ignore them entirely. They can only follow basic instructions due to a lack of on-board intelligence. This means that AGV robots are prone to getting into mischief when things aren’t quite the way they want them to be.

An AMR is a lot more advanced. It has a lot of sensors and strong on-board machines to help it understand its surroundings. An AMR can navigate freely using a map rather than being limited to fixed routes, enabling it to plan its own routes and move quickly and efficiently. Citizens, vehicles, forklifts, and other objects are all recognized and responded to by AMRs. They can easily carry out their tasks regardless of how crowded the world is, and they can even do innovative stuff like accompany a particular individual wherever they want to go.


As per report of Automation World, for all the material progress that’s been made in the past century, the sad truth of early industrialization is that it made man the slave of the machine, chained to immovable production lines and conveyors that trudged forward with a steady, unrelenting rhythm. Now, the emergence of AMRs and other advanced robotics is unshackling the labor force from the static production methods of the past and helping put people back at the helm of operations.