Fetch Robotics
Freight500 and Freight1500 autonomous mobile robots

Automate delivery of heavy, bulky loads with mobile robots

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The Freight500 is a new addition to the line of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) from Fetch Robotics.

The Freight500 has a payload capacity of 1,100 pounds. With the addition of Freight500 and the even larger Freight1500, Fetch can now offer its industrial warehouse and logistics customers solutions at every level of material transport; from pieces to packages to pallets.

Equipped with sensors and onboard computers that help it to understand the operating environment, the Freight500 autonomous mobile robot works alongside warehouse workers safely and efficiently, navigating autonomously throughout a facility by using a map.

This allows the vehicle to travel dynamically and plan its own path on the most efficient route. Affordable and easy to install, the unit recognizes and avoids collisions with people, forklifts and other objects in the warehouse. It handles a payload of up to 1,100 pounds and is ideal for transport of pieces, packages
or pallets.

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Fetch Robotics develops autonomous mobile robots that operate safely in commercial and industrial environments shared by people

Fetch Robotics
1961 Concourse Dr.
San Jose, California 95131
Tel: 1 (408) 300-9056

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