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    The MiR200 with ancillary attachments
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Measurement and automation provider Diverseco is partnering with Konica Minolta as co-distributor and exclusive systems integrator for Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) made in Denmark.

Diverseco said MiR plays an important role in the evolving industry, logistics, and manufacturing sectors by adding highly reliable, robust, and safe collaborative AMRs to organisations looking to improve their overall efficiencies through automation.

MiR said: “We are dedicated to developing user-friendly, flexible and safe robots to help companies increase the efficiency of their operations. Our autonomous robots are a new generation of advanced mobile robots which give you a rapid return on investment, often with a payback period of less than a year. These unique, collaborative robots are now used by manufacturers in a wide range of industries and healthcare sectors to automate their in-house transportation.”

A statement from Diverseco said within the field of AMRs, MiRs are designed to optimise workflows, increase productivity, and reduce costs.

They are 100 per cent automated, can easily engage with human operators in collaborative harmony, and are easy to integrate into any time of existing factory layout.

Diverseco is a member of the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA).

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