Mobile Robots

LD Series Autonomous Mobile Robots

Self-navigating Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)

The Omron LD Mobile Robot is a self-navigating Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) designed for dynamically moving material in challenging environments that may include confined passageways as well as dynamic and peopled locations. Unlike traditional autonomously guided vehicles (AGVs), Omron Mobile Robot requires no facility modifications, such as floor magnets or navigational beacons, saving users deployment costs. The LD includes Omron’s proprietary software and controls allowing it to intelligently navigate around people and unplanned obstacles, that render traditional AGVs incapacitated and it can be programmed and functional within a day. Designed for developers, integrators, and end-users the system can be customized for a variety of applications and payloads. Manufacturing, warehousing, clean tech and laboratories are just a few environments ideal for the mobile robot.

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The World’s Most Popular Mobile Robot Solution 

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Integrated 

Compatible with other OMRON robots, mobile robot fleets and MES systems.

Intelligent

Optimizes routing and adapts to changing conditions on the fly.

Interactive 

Works safely with people and has an intuitive setup.

Fully autonomous intelligent vehicles

Our mobile robots are fully autonomous intelligent vehicles that increase throughput, reduce machine dwell time, eliminate errors, improve material traceability, and allow employees to focus on tasks that require complex human skills. What’s more, unlike traditional AGVs, our mobile robots navigate by the natural features of the facility and require no expensive facility modification.

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Easy Installation

OMRON mobile robots are easy to get up  and running, requiring no construction such as the installation of magnets, and minimal programming. In addition, our software integrates with your other  systems so you can get the solution up and running in minimal time.

  • No construction required
  • Easy integration with MES, ERP, and WMS
  • Enhanced security to comply with IT systems
  • Autonomous navigation doesn’t require  preset routes, magnets, or beacons
  • Automatic software updates across fleet  while maintaining continuous work flow

Easy Installation

Flexible Functionality

OMRON’s mobile solutions are extremely versatile and can be adapted to perform a wide variety of tasks and applications. With payloads ranging from 60kg to 250kg available in multiple form factors and protection ratings, LD series mobile robots are perfectly suited for most small to midrange material transport applications. We’re also scalable, so we can grow with your business.

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Featured Packed by Design

Designed to meet the industry’s latest  requirements, our mobile robots interact with people to promote a collaborative, safe working environment. Safety lasers and rear facing sensors allow our robots to detect obstacles in their path to prevent collisions.

Key Features:

  • Onboard laser sensing and navigation
  • Rearward obstacle detection
  • Automatic dock charging
  • Power and control of custom topper units

Safety Features:

  • Avoids static and moving obstacles
  • Additional E-stops easily added
  • Complies with ISO EN1525, JIS D6802  and ANSI B56.5 safety standards

LD-60/90 Features

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LD-250 Features

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AMR vs. AGV  - The Difference is Flexibility

AGVs require a predefined path to follow,  either a network of magnetic lines on the  floor or beacons on the walls. So although  AGVs allow modifications to production lines,  facilities will need to install new equipment  every time the AGV path is changed, leading  to downtime and extra costs.

Unlike AGVs, which will stop at obstacles  indefinitely, AMRs avoid stationary or  moving obstacles and automatically  reroute themselves when necessary. AMR paths automatically change without  human intervention, making operations  more flexible and decreasing total cost  of ownership.

AMR vs AGV - The Difference is Flexibility

AMRs can safely navigate without the use  of floor magnets or wall-mounted beacons.  An AMR will first create a baseline map of  a facility using built-in sensors, then will  constantly detect its surroundings. When  processes change, AMRs can easily change  as well, creating networks of new routes  or being reassigned to new tasks.

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