The company, founded by Asian Paints veterans Sangeet Kumar, Prateek Jain, Satish Shukla, Bir Singh, and Amit Kumar in 2016, has developed conventional systems that run on rails through narrow warehouse aisles to drop loads at destination points, or retrieve them, using telescopic arms.
And then they have mobile robots, based on natural navigation. “They are just like self-driving cars,” says Shukla. These include Dynamo, which can carry loads of up to 1.5-tonne from one point to another. The robot visualises the operating area through LIDAR sensors. Sensors ensure it avoids obstacles, and a fleet management system ensures seamless movement and calculates the optimal path for a specific mission.
Digital twin technologies and simulation software are used to test products before putting them out in the physical world. The robots are modular and configurable so that they can be integrated with other automation systems.