Increasing Demands on Warehouse Operations Managers Drives Autonomous Robot Utilization According to BALYO

BALYO, a leader in innovative robotic solutions for material handling, released a new YouTube highlighting how the BALYO robots are built on standard trucks. The benefits include robust product range from horizontal to vertical narrow aisles, easy maintenance, and the ability to drive the robots manually, should that be required. Watch the video here.

Simply adding hardware and software elements make the BALYO trucks autonomous. Included are the computer brain, the navigation laser, the volumetric 3D camera, the front safety laser, the rear safety laser, the rear mobile detection laser, and the pallet presence laser. The rest of the robot is the same as a standard truck, making them drivable anytime.

With increasing demands on operations managers, such as improving work conditions, quality, safety, traceability of raw materials, and streamlined logistics flow, AGVs must be easy to install and maintain. The YouTube also shares the critical nature of reliable deliveries and decreasing accidents. Autonomous robots in the warehouse are the only sensible solution. Β 

BALYO AGVs are tested and vetted both on the distribution and manufacturing plant floors. Because they are an automated extension of familiar fork trucks the buy-in and adoption is fairly easy.

About BALYO:

BALYO is the leader in the design and development of innovative robotic solutions for material handling trucks. The company’s enhanced technological platform reduces sales cycles and benefit from the ramp-up of direct sales in the U.S.

BALYO transforms standard forklift trucks into standalone intelligent robots thanks to its breakthrough proprietary Driven by Balyoβ„’ technology. The geoguidance navigation system developed by BALYO allows vehicles equipped with the system to locate their position in real-time and navigate autonomously inside buildings/warehouses. Within the automated handling vehicle market, the profitability of purchasing is unmatched.

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