Automate your transportation tasks so you can focus on activities that create higher value
A new generation of autonomous mobile robots is changing material transport internally in companies, and the MiR100 is leading the way. With exceptionally high flexibility and intelligent technology, the MiR100 can be used in virtually any situation where employees spend time pushing carts or delivering materials.
Now these tasks can be automated so that employees can focus on activities that create higher value.
Eliminates bottlenecks in the material flow, thereby increasing productivity
Enables employees to focus on higher value activities rather than moving material
Maneuvers safely and efficiently around people and obstacles
Does not require changes to the existing workplace
Can be adapted to different tasks with different top modules
Carries payload up to 100 kg
Handles transport of loads up to 300 kg with MiRHook
The very flexible self-steering MiR100 transports up to 100 kg. It can be fitted with specially adapted top modules such as containers, shelving, lifts, conveyor belts or even a collaborative robotic arm depending on the needs of your workplace. It is easy to change the top modules so that the robot can be adapted to different tasks.
Safe maneuvering and easy programming
The MiR100 robot maneuvers safely around people and obstacles, through doorways and in and out of elevators. You can download CAD files with building drawings directly to the robot or program it with the simple, web-based interface. The task of the robot can be easily adapted using a smartphone, tablet or a computer connected to the network.
No need for workplace changes
With built-in sensors and cameras as well as sophisticated software, the MiR100 can detect the surroundings and choose the most efficient route to the destination, while safely avoiding obstacles and people. Since it is not necessary to change the workplace with expensive, inflexible wires or sensors, the robot quickly earns itself a payback time of less than a year.
Weight (without load)
600 mm x 800 mm
100 kg (maximum 5% increase)
300 kg (see MiRHook 100 specifications)
10 hours eller 20 km
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This calculator shows the potentially dramatic impact in savings on a robot versus manual labor over the life of the project.
1. System costs
2. Current costs
3. Other savings
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Our calculator should be seen as an indication. With each installation, there may be other costs / savings that affect the repayment of the individual installation.
Step 1: System costs
Total system costs for new automation solution
Average production employees DKK 420,000/year/shift
Number of robots for new solution
Step 2: Current costs
Application of solution
Shifts per day
Days per week
Weeks per year
Average electricity costs for robots are around DKK 0.5 per hour.
Annual labor costs per operator, including employee benefits
Number of operators released per shift
(Note: % part that is released is entered on the next page)
Step 3: Other savings
Percentage of workforce retained for system operation per shift:
Expected increased productivity
Result: This is your result!
Freed labor over 7 years
Productivity improvement over 7 years
All figures below are shown in Danish kroner (DKK)
Freed up labor
Average annual savings
Savings throughout the period
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