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Robotics integrator RobotLAB partners with Cyngn for tugger AMRs

Under the agreement, RobotLAB will add Cyngn’s autonomous DriveMod Tugger vehicles to its portfolio.

Under the agreement, RobotLAB will add Cyngn’s autonomous DriveMod Tugger vehicles to its portfolio.

RobotLAB, a robotics integrator that delivers solutions for companies across many industries, has partnered with autonomous vehicle software developer, Cyngn, to expand the availability of its industrial self-driving DriveMod robots to large-scale manufacturers and warehouses.

Cyngn selected RobotLAB as a preferred U.S. partner because of its decades-long experience successfully deploying more than 10,000 robots worldwide, RobotLAB noted. Under the agreement, RobotLAB will add Cyngn’s autonomous DriveMod Tugger vehicles to its portfolio, which includes more than 200 robots.

“Demand for autonomous vehicles is growing in the manufacturing segment, and we’re confident that RobotLAB’s expertise and wide network will allow our DriveMod vehicles to reach widespread adoption.”

Founded in 2013, Cyngn develops scalable, differentiated autonomous vehicle technology for industrial organizations. Cyngn's self-driving solutions allow existing workforces to increase productivity and efficiency, while addressing significant challenges facing industrial organizations today, such as labor shortages, costly safety incidents, and increased consumer demand from e-commerce, RobotLAB added.

Cyngn's DriveMod Tugger — which will be marketed, sold, deployed, and serviced by RobotLAB — unlocks the potential for manufacturing businesses to improve efficiency and productivity on the production floor.

“By adding RobotLAB to our network of U.S. dealer partners, we are poised to accelerate our commercial reach and rapidly broaden the availability of our autonomous vehicles,” said Lior Tal, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cyngn. “Demand for autonomous vehicles is growing in the manufacturing segment, and we’re confident that RobotLAB’s expertise and wide network will allow our DriveMod vehicles to reach widespread adoption.”