Area of Application

"LuckiBot Pro" Robot for Logistics

Area of Application

"LuckiBot Pro" Robot for Logistics


Robot "LuckiBot Pro"

Robots have made considerable progress in recent years and are now widely used in various branches of industry. One particularly exciting area of application for robots is logistics.

There, robots can be used to pick goods and then transport them to the dispatch areas. The use of robots in logistics and warehousing can help companies to make their processes more efficient, increase productivity, and reduce costs.

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Advantages of a Robot in Logistics


Independent navigation guide

Relief for employees

Independent order picking trolley

Large holding capacity

Precise voice interaction

Interactive application

Automatic obstacle detection

Battery for an entire working day


The Future of Logistics: Robots as the Key to Increasing Efficiency

The logistics industry is undergoing constant change, which is largely characterised by increasing digitalisation and automation. Robots are playing an increasingly important role here as the key to increasing efficiency and optimising work processes

Robots can be used in various areas of logistics, such as warehouses, distribution centres or goods picking. They are able to perform repetitive and time-consuming tasks precisely and continuously, which speeds up work processes. This enables companies to optimise their warehouse and transport processes and thus respond more quickly to customer requirements.

By automating tasks such as storing, picking and managing goods, warehouse capacity can be better utilised. Robots also help to minimise the error rate and increase safety in the workplace. Employees can therefore concentrate on more challenging and creative tasks, while robots take over routine activities.

The targeted use of robots in logistics not only helps to increase efficiency, but can also save costs and strengthen the competitiveness of companies. Companies that invest in automation and robotics at an early stage can benefit from a broader production and service portfolio and thus gain a competitive edge.


Smart and Effective: The Features Robots Use to Support Logistics

Robots play a crucial role in supporting logistical processes and there are certain features that make them particularly smart and effective. These include automatic obstacle detection, high capacity for a maximum load of 60 kg and battery life for an entire working day.

With automatic obstacle detection, robots are able to scan their surroundings and recognise obstacles without the need for human intervention. This allows them to navigate autonomously and manoeuvre safely through warehouses or production facilities. This not only increases efficiency, but also minimises the risk of collisions and accidents.

The high capacity for a maximum load of 60 kg is another important feature of robots in logistics. These robots are capable of lifting and transporting heavy loads, which optimises the movement of goods and increases productivity. This makes them more versatile and helps to increase efficiency in warehouses and logistics centres.

Another key feature is the battery life for an entire working day, which allows the robots to work continuously without the need for constant recharging. This increases the robots' operating time and productivity and ensures smooth operation over longer periods of time.
Independent Obstacle Detection

Independent Obstacle Detection

High Load Capacity and Power Handling

High Load Capacity and Power Handling

Large Capacity and Fast Charging

Battery for an Entire Working Day


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