Organising, controlling, implementing and optimising the internal flow of materials, the flow of information and the handling of goods in industry, commerce and public institutions.
AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robots) and AGV (Automated Guided Vehicles) are two technologies used in the automation of internal transport in different industrial environments. AMRs are mobile robots with the ability to make autonomous decisions based on advanced sensors and algorithms, allowing them to move in a flexible way and avoid obstacles. AGVs, on the other hand, are vehicles that travel along predefined routes, following guidance systems such as lines of markings or magnetic strips. AMRs offer greater adaptability in changing environments, while AGVs are ideal for stable, predefined flows.