Warehouse delivery robots use a 6-wheel movement system with a high-performance laser SLAM GPS system, integrating multi-sensor fusion such as vision and odometer sensors. This allows the robots to adapt to all environments for transporting supplies. The robots' unique design makes them portable and suitable for moving around narrow passageways.

• Automatically plans the route through laser positioning, avoids obstacles and people along the way, and reaches its destination
• Monitors its own power level and charge automatically;
• it takes the lift to reach the target floor independently;
• Suitable for delivery of surgical accessories kits and consumables


•  Automatically plans the route through laser positioning, avoids obstacles and people along the way, and reaches its destination.
•   Monitors its own power level and charge automatically;
•   It takes the lift to reach the target floor independently;
•   It can collaborate with special material vehicle or trolley;
•   The robot sneaks under the hospital trolley, locks it with the trolley through and drags it to the designated location and unload it.
•   Suitable to move the existing material handling trolley or cart.

Charging Station:

The charging station is designed to be compact and safe for automatic docking of our robot. It communicates with the Fleet Management System in real-time and reflects its multiple status such as Idle, Reserved, and Charging. This allows the Fleet Management System to smartly schedule the robots for charging. The robot will sense the charging station when it gets near and position itself safely to dock into it gently. This smart docking feature minimise the impact on the station and thus minimise the maintenance problem compared to normal charger. The station has safety protection and will not charge when there is no robot docked.

  1. Asset tracking: This feature allowsadministrators to track the location and status of individual robots in real-time, providing visibility into the operational status of the entire fleet.

  2. Maintenance scheduling: The system can automate the scheduling of maintenance and repairs for individual robots, ensuring that they are kept in good working order and minimizing downtime.

  3. Route optimization: For fleets ofmobile robots, the system can help to optimize the routes taken by the robots to minimize travel time and reduce congestion.

  4. Remote control: Provide remote control capabilities, allowing administrators to monitor and control individual robots from a central location.


Increased Efficiency:AMRs can navigate through warehouse environments on their own, picking up and delivering products to their designated locations without the need for human intervention. This can significantly reduce the time and resources required fororder fulfillment, resulting in faster, more efficient operations.

Improved Accuracy: With their precise navigation and sensing capabilities, AMRs can help to ensure that products are delivered to the correct locations with high accuracy, reducing errors and improving the overall quality of warehouse operations.

Reduced Labor Costs: With AMRs taking care of order fulfillment tasks, warehouse employees can focus on other activities that require human skills, such as quality control,customer service, and inventory management. This can reduce the need for labor and associated costs.

Increased Flexibility: AMRs can adapt tochanging warehouse environments and layouts, as well as to changes inorder volume and product mix. They can also be easily reprogrammed to handle different types of tasks, making them highly flexible and adaptable to evolving business needs.

Improved Safety: With their advanced sensing andnavigation capabilities, AMRs can help to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries in the warehouse environment. They can also help to minimize the need for human workers to perform dangerous tasks, such as carrying heavy loads or working in hazardous areas.