Advanced Factories 2019: Autonomous mobile robots for logistics and stock control

JUDITH VILADOMAT | April 2, 2019

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Start automating your industrial facility today with autonomous mobile robots! PAL Robotics will be at Advanced Factories (AF2019, 9-11th April, CCIB Barcelona), one of the main fairs in industrial automation and robotics, with the autonomous robots that take care of stock-taking and logistics tasks in the industrial and service sectors.

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