OTTO is an autonomous mobile robot designed to transport items in factories and warehouses. It can navigate safely in complex environments to bring raw materials to assembly lines, carry heavy bins, and move materials between processes.
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A team of OTTO robots can run non-stop 24/7 by using "opportunity charging," which means they take turns docking and charging throughout the day when they don't have a task assigned.
OTTO uses similar technology as self-driving cars to navigate through complex warehouse and industrial settings.
- Two models: OTTO 1OO is a small, powerful robot designed to move small parts, carts, and bins up to 100 kg; OTTO 15OO is a heavy duty robot designed to move pallets, racks, and large loads up to 1500 kg. Equipped with advanced sensors and AI to react and avoid obstacles (including people and equipment). Autonomous operation does not require fixed infrastructure (no beacons, magnetic tape, or pre-defined laser paths). Robust and safe operation. Emergency stop button. Bright, visually appealing 360° LED lighting.
- 30.1 cm | 11.8 in (OTTO 100 model)
- 74 cm | 29 in
- 55 cm | 21.6 in
- 127 kg | 279 lb
- 7.2 km/h | 4.5 mph
- Front safety-rated lidar sensor, 3D vision system for auxiliary object detection
- 28-V 40-Ah lithium-titanate battery
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- Cast zinc
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Wed, July 06, 2016
Miniaturized Sibling of OTTO Material Handling Robot Joins Clearpath Fleet
The OTTO 100 can bring 100 kilos of whatever you want, wherever you want it
Wed, March 23, 2016
Clearpath's OTTO Robot Can Autonomously Haul a Ton of Stuff
This robot can take just about whatever you want to just about wherever you want it
Wed, September 23, 2015