Locus Robotics launches two autonomous mobile robots

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Autonomous mobile robot (AMRs) provider Locus Robotics has expanded its line of warehouse AMRs with the Locus Vector and Locus Max.

Locus Vector is a compact AMR that features omnidirectional mobility and robust payload capacity. The Locus Max AMR has a heavyweight payload capacity and increased flexibility for industrial and material handling applications. The LocusBots can be added to existing and new workflows, enabling operations to scale and adapt to changing market demands.

The new line has been designed to support the full range of product movement needs in fulfillment and distribution warehouses – from case-picking and pallet-picking to scenarios requiring larger, heavier payloads. The offerings are also intended to meet increasing order volumes, labor shortages and rising consumer expectations in e-commerce and fulfillment through the automation and digitalization of warehouses and distribution centers.

The LocusBots are integrated within LocusOne, the intelligent, multi-bot warehouse orchestration platform that has been created to deliver predictable and efficient scalable productivity as well as cost optimization for all product movement within the warehouse. The platform centralizes and coordinates a multi-bot fleet while also providing detailed and actionable business intelligence.

Rick Faulk, CEO of Locus Robotics, said, “With these new LocusBots, we’re able to help our clients alleviate significant labor challenges and achieve optimal productivity by using the right bot for the job. Locus is the proven leader in developing highly productive and innovative AMR technology that efficiently solves our customers’ needs for total warehouse optimization, while delivering a fast time to value.”

Adrian Kumar, global head of operations, science and analytics, DHL Supply Chain, said, “Locus’s innovative multi-bot solution has helped DHL to consistently double our workers’ productivity all around the world. This new robot line-up – with the different form factors all working together as a coordinated fleet – means we always assign the right robot, even as our needs change dynamically throughout the work day.”

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