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Autonomous Mobile Robot



Mobile Industrial Robots' MiR200 includes a payload capacity of 200kg and offers a MiRHook option for autonomous towing of carts up to 500kg.

MIR 200 autonomous mobile robotThe Mobile Industrial Robots MiR200 is an autonomous mobile robot that updates MiR’s already-intuitive web-based user interface, making programming even easier for users who have no previous experience and allowing for even more optimized implementation. Updates include customizable dashboards, improved mapping, easier creation of robot missions and tasks, multi-level permissions, responsive web design and comprehensive browser support. Integrated help and product documentation provides additional guidance. The MiR200 offers a payload capacity of 200kg/440lbs and a MiRHook option for autonomous towing of carts up to 500kg/1102lbs. The robot offers flexibility for top modules—including racks, shelves, conveyors, lifts or even collaborative robot arms—which can be easily customized and mounted to meet specific application requirements. With its ESD-compliant exterior, the MiR200 is ideal for electronic assembly applications where parts being transported must be protected from electrostatic discharge. Six separate sensor systems feed data to the robot’s real-time navigation and safety algorithms. Full 360-degree scanning allows the robot to safely back up, rather than being limited to forward motion. Additional sensors prevent blindspots by identifying obstacles above the robot, such as a table, and can look ahead and down to identify holes or stairwells, as well as clear obstacles such as glass walls.


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