OTTO Motors launches medium-sized autonomous mobile robot

By Amy Wunderlin March 21, 2023

At a Tuesday press conference, OTTO Motors (Booth N7537) unveiled its latest autonomous mobile robot (AMR), OTTO 600. OTTO 600 unlocks important new workflows with its ability to handle pallets, carts and other payloads up to 600 kg (1,322 pounds). move ). With an all-metal construction and IP54 rating, OTTO 600 is designed for use in the most demanding factory environments.

“In 2015, OTTO 1500 defined the heavy-duty AMR category. In 2017, OTTO 100 quickly became responsible for the largest AMR installations in the industry. In 2022 we launched the OTTO Lifter, the world’s first truly autonomous forklift. Today we are proud to introduce the OTTO 600, a mid-range AMR that offers the perfect balance of power and agility,” said Matt Rendall, CEO and co-founder of OTTO Motors. “Powered by our industry-leading autonomous software, OTTO now offers an unmatched material handling portfolio.”

ProMat visitors are invited to see for themselves how OTTO’s new robot works. Key features include: maneuverable in tight spaces, durable construction for demanding environments, fast and safe around people and objects, and versatile for various tasks.

Attendees can also experience OTTO’s latest software version, 2.28, which offers faster and safer traffic movements and a new setup configuration interface for faster workflow setup. This is the sixth software release in the last three years.

ProMat 2023 took place March 20-23 at McCormick Place in Chicago. The show showcases the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions in the materials handling and logistics industries. Modern’s full coverage of the show.

March 21, 2023

About the Author Amy Wunderlin Amy Wunderlin is a freelance supply chain and technology writer. She has written for several weeklies, daily newspapers and specialist publications such as Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Food Logistics and Building Operating Management, among others. She is a 2013 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where she received her BA in Journalism.

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