RMT Robotics
ADAM autonomous delivery and manipulation AGV

Enhancing lean manufacturing practices, RMT’s ADAM autonomous delivery and manipulation AGV is an intelligent mobile robot that transports work-in-process and finished goods between locations.

The system navigates in a complex, random origin to random destination production environment, connecting islands of automation with automated transport between random production cells. This makes it ideal for just-in-time delivery applications, while seamlessly adjusting to layout and facility changes.

The unit navigates around fixed and moving objects without guide wires, reflectors or transponders. A programmable sound system feature includes interactive voice messages and a mobile vehicle in-motion jukebox.

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RMT Robotics, a Cimcorp Oy Company, is aDoug Pickard and Markuu Vesa global company that manufactures and integrates turnkey robotic gantry-based order fulfillment and tire handling solutions designed to reduce operating costs and streamline operations. To extend the flexibility of robotics beyond a fixed workspace, RMT Robotics also manufacturers and integrates ADAM™, the category-defining intelligent mobile robot. The ADAM system redefines the purpose and function of industrial AGVs by performing intelligent robotic transport of materials in complex, random origin to random destination industrial environments.

RMT Robotics
635 South Service Road
Grimsby, Ontario L3M 4E8
Tel: 1 (905) 643-9700
Fax: 1 (905) 643-9666
www.rmtrobotics.com


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