Intelligent robots for item specific logistics of industry 4.0


Magazino develops and builds perception-controlled, mobile robots for intralogistics. With Magazinos technology individual objects can be identified on the shelf and localized via 2D and 3D cameras, securely grasped and finally placed precisely at their destination.


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Intelligent robots for item specific logistics of industry 4.0


Magazino develops and builds perception-controlled, mobile robots for intralogistics. With Magazinos technology individual objects can be identified on the shelf and localized via 2D and 3D cameras, securely grasped and finally placed precisely at it’s destination.


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TORU Picking-Robot


Currently only entire containers such as pallets or boxes could be handled automatically. With TORU the individual object grasping becomes possible. The single item is identified and localized by TORU via 2D- and 3D cameras, gripped securely with an adaptive gripper and finally stored in its on board removable shelf. He then brings shelves filled with picked objects directly to a shipping station. With the item-specific handling Magazino allows Pick-by-Robot, hence "bin picking" and closes one of the key gaps in the automation of logistics processes.
TORU can be combined with various gripping systems – depending on the texture and size of the required object.




KADO the Pick & Place Station


Automatic Small Parts Warehouse, Paternoster or Shuttlesystem: The scalable 3-Axis-Linear-System makes it easy for KADO to integrate wherever men do the manual picking. The mobile camera identifies articles even on large surfaces. With these new features, KADO is ideally suited for commissioning stock on palettes or iron-barred boxes contrary to already existing solutions.


Vision

The first self-thinking and self-acting warehouse in the world - that is our vision. With our work we want to promote the development of robotics and actively shape the future of logistics.







Vision

The first self-thinking and self-acting warehouse in the world - that is our vision. With our work we want to promote the development of robotics and actively shape the future of logistics.







Advantages of TORU


Especially in logistics, solutions are required, that can be flexibly adapted to the changing product structure. It is this ability to adapt to the changing needs of e-commerce retailers that makes TORU the ideal robot for warehouses.

  • Item-specific Handling

    With Torus ability of item-specific handling for the first time not only whole containers such as pallets or cartons can be gripped automatically and retrieved, but also individual objects. With "bin picking" Magazino closes one of the major gaps in the automation of logistics processes.

     
  • Reduced salary and process costs

    The significant cost item in the field of order picking are the wage costs. The dependence on the labour market, night or weekend shifts and stricter safety regulations as well as increasingly restrictive legal requirements set out the development of wage bill incalculable fluctuations. With Pick-by-Robot many picks that previously could not be automated, are completed by robots, so that the wage costs are reduced permanently and sustainably.

     
  • High level of flexibility

    The consumer can integrate the robot easily while keeping the business running. The necessary adjustments are limited to creating an interface to the warehouse management system. The physical storage structure, however, e.g. the arrangement of shelves, need not be modified.

     
  • Dynamic adaptability

    The robot can not only handle existing shelves, but is able to dynamically adapt to new situations in the warehouse. In case of a changes in the product range or the warehouse structure, e.g. the positioning of the shelves, TORU perceives these changes and reacts appropriately by recognizing the new products and adapting his trajectory accordingly.

     
  • Round-the-clock operation

    A worker who always performs the same task, gets tired over time and is unfocused. He needs breaks and can only work for a limited time a day. A mobile picking-robot, however, is neither tired, nor is its use limited. Theoretically, it can work around the clock seven days a week – excluding charging times or times for battery replacement. TORU allows a warehouse to increase its operating time and as a result, increase its output.

     
  • Various Applications

    The gripper of TORU can be chosen individually according to requirements. Depending on whether the object is rectangular, has a smooth surface or is of different nature, the appropriate TORU can be selected. This allows the system to adapt to a wide, changing product range, e.g. by using several TORUs with different gripping systems for very different products in parallel.

     
  • Easily scalable

    In case of changing requirements, the system can easily be extended by adding more TORUs and in case of declining order volumes the number of robots can be easily reduced. The required resources and costs are variable, especially compared to highly automated solutions as an Automatic Small Parts Warehouse.

     
  • High reliability

    In case of breakdown of one robot, the rest of the pack take over. A total failure of the system is thereby prevented.

     
  • Works alongside people

    The picking-robot can be used in addition to workers and assume more and more tasks. This allows a gradual automation of the warehouse, which means low initial investment. The picking-robot can support the worker especially in physically demanding and stressful tasks, such as gripping an object from one of the upper shelves.

     
  • Low initial investment

    TORUs standardized construction allows for easy resale and leasing, ideal when coping with peak periods. The initial investment for TORU thus remain relatively low, because the logistics-robots can be integrated into the existing system gradually. Alternatively the HaaS (hardware as a service) model minimizes the initial investment by providing the robot on a pay-per-pick basis.

     

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