Trackless unmanned van
MiR100 is a new generation of advanced trackless unmanned van, without changing the structure of the building, laying cables, or installing sensors in the ceiling, drastically reducing the cost of rail transport vehicles. It is designed to be lightweight, in the walkway or access to the elevator, are comfortable, with the most flexible subordinate way. Transportation workflow Increases operational efficiency, especially in the absence of human resources, by also reducing the delivery number.
|Equipped with UR cooperation robot Rendezvous Carrier MiR100, 1.5 m / s speed can run continuously for more than 8hr, security, equipped with 3D visual module, laser Sensors and Ultrasonic Sensors, that can detect the surrounding environment automatically dodging obstacles, self controlled by smart phone or PC.
- Intelligent trackless automatic van
- End remote can communicate via the REST interface
- Multi-path high elasticity operation
- Loading capacity of 100Kg and approximately towing of up to 300Kg
- Machine arm coordination, safe, flexible
- Easy control via smartphone, tablet or PC
- Metal Processing
- Plastic Manufacturing
- Electronic Assembly
- Secondary Processing Industries
- Food & Agriculture
- Injection Molding
Unmanned vehicles can also carry high-security cooperating robots or with Solomon′s industrial data collection system, for industrial networking equipment to form machine-to-machine ( M2M ) applications such as equipment data acquisition systems to determine the progress of multiple equipment production, arranging the unmanned van to the equipment that is about to complete the work carried out by the robot, the cutting or the mechanical arm for pick and place workpiece. For more accurate or more precise operational requirements, plug-in UR collaborative(or visual modules) that is currently being used in a great deal by Solomon′s customers.
The data acquisition device system can be used to collect data for equipment and from a M2M application with a collaborative robot and a trackless unmanned carrier