EiraTech launches EiraBot v4

EiraTech launches EiraBot v4

EiraTech, the Dublin-based developer of robotics solutions for warehouses and e-fulfilment centres, has launched the latest version of its EiraBot system. According to EiraTech, the EiraBot v4 automated guided vehicle (AGV) offers a range of improvements, including: twice the acceleration of its predecessor; increased battery life; enhanced safety features; better suspension; and a 30% reduction in robot height (which will mean more space for storage on the racks).

“These improvements in performance and safety features allows EiraBot to work right up to its industrial capacity, offering the best solution for e-fulfilment centres of all sizes,” claimed Alexey Tabolkin CEO EiraTech.

“By isolating the repetitive processes that can be done more efficiently by robots, it enables people to work at the speed of the robots, rather than having the robots work at the speed of people”.

EiraBot is a ‘goods to person’ robot – which means that it finds and brings the correct goods, in the correct order, for pickers to fulfil orders.

The EiraTech system incorporates not only the EiraBots but also flexible shelving rack schemes; ordering management software; and a WiFi communications system.

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