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MobileShelf Delivers Unmatched Picking Speed to Deliver an 8-10x Productivity Boost

There is no faster robotic picking solution than the MobileShelf. Our MobileShelf solution leverages proven AMR technology and Prime Robotics’ powerful software, including our exclusive Prime Workflow Builder that is infinitely customizable and learns your operation’s workflows to get more efficient. A worker can make 300 picks per hour while remaining stationary at the pick station, and has virtually zero dwell time (time spent unproductive waiting for next robot to arrive).

MobilePallet Moves up to 3,300 lb. pallets throughout the warehouse automatically

MobilePallet saves time as trucks can load and unload faster, and pallets can be moved throughout the warehouse without a forklift, and brought to the order picker automatically. MobilePallet robots work alone or alongside MobileShelf robots and can work 24 hours shifts — happily.

See Safety Features Built into all Prime Robotics Robots

Every robot we build includes best-in-class safety features, and our robots have a proven track record of working alongside workers in the warehouse environment. The primary technology for obstacle avoidance is LiDar, and multiple sensors are built into our robots to allow workers to work with robots easily and safely.

Watch High Volume Order Picking with MobileShelf Robot

This is how we are able to achieve 8-10x picking speeds. MobileShelf robots come to the stationary pick station, where a worker selects an item, and then the next MobileShelf is queued up with the next item.

The continuous queue of robots at the pick station means there is virtually no dwell time (the time a worker waits for next robot to arrive). Its our Prime Workflow Builder that enables this level of efficiency, it is able to learn your operation’s processes and layout to maximize the path robots take, so there’s never any waiting.

Recharging MobileShelf Robot

See how the MobileShelf robots docks and undocks at its fast charging recharge station. When a robot needs a recharge, it automatically takes itself out of the picking rotation and goes to an open recharge station. This is a seamless action that happens automatically: The Robotic Automation System (RMS) knows to recharge robots during off-peak times, so there’s no interruption in the warehouse’s workflow.