New Robot Standards in Development for Industrial Mobile Robots

March 5, 2019

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Industrial mobile robots are becoming increasingly common on factory floors around the world. IMRs are essentially the combination of a robotic arm and a mobile platform. By definition, they are ground-based vehicles with some degree of autonomy that operate in semi-structured or structured industrial environments.

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