AMR robots are very flexible platforms, as they provide a high degree of customization to be integrated in various application areas.
Within a self-contained mobile platform there are families of components that can be chosen and sized to meet the widest range of needs.
The operator who has to interact with these platforms uses a simple and intuitive interface to easily define the missions of the machine.
The various control units inside the AMRs include an industrial PC with Linux OS and various electronic boards that use different communication protocols to communicate bidirectionally with the industrial PC, thus representing its connection with the physical world. In fact, these electronic boards are dedicated to dialogue with various types of sensors and actuators (lifting forks, driving cleaning devices are some examples) that may be present on the machinery. The control unit also dialogues with the Power Unit in charge of adjusting the speed of the drive wheels and/or steering axle.