The LD is an autonomous mobile robot capable of transporting materials in challenging environments that may include confined spaces as well as active workers and forklifts. Unlike traditional autonomously guided vehicles, the LD requires no facility modifications such as floor magnets or navigational beacons, making deployment easier and less costly.
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Companies use dozens of LD robots working together as a team to automate material-handling processes. The robots never crash into each other.
LD robots can be equipped with a skin designed to reduce the build up of static electricity, which can damage sensitive electronic products.
LD robots have a clean-room rating of Class 100, allowing it to be deployed in extreme particle-free environments like semiconductor facilities.
- Self-navigation software safely avoids people and obstacles. Structural support of payloads up to 130 kg on level surfaces. Navigates through the use of a digital map. Easy to deploy, no facility modifications required. Manages power and self-charging operations. Traffic management software for task optimization.
- 38.3 cm | 15 in (139.3 cm with cart transporter)
- 70 cm | 27.5 in
- 50 cm | 20 in
- 62 kg | 137 lb
- 6.5 km/h | 4 mph (4.9 km/h with cart transporter)
- Safety lidar, sonars, lasers, camera
- Brushless motors
- On-board custom PC
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- Steel and nickel-plated aluminum