Meet Lift & Cart.
On the warehouse floor, the robots communicate with the back-end wirelessly, using their sensors to learn their location,
Our robots are controlled by cloud-based, decentralized software, running multilayered advanced algorithms.
Being controlled by cloud-based software enables our robots to optimize the entire warehouse operation, not just achieve the best results for a specific task. Caja’s system navigates the robots towards tasks and locations by using dynamically changed algorithmics which make navigation more efficient. This kind of dynamic control sees time as the fourth and crucial dimension for warehouse optimization and is possible thanks to a system that is powered by AI and Machine Learning.
For some procedures, there is no advantage for the cloud to control the robots. At these spots, the robots ‘take the wheel’
and operate completely autonomously. When our robots are in the queue for picking, for example, the best results are achieved by the robots using their sensors to manage movements.
As the world of fulfillment centers expands to many verticals, we understand there are different demands for different industries.
To fit cooling-based industries, Caja robots are developed with the capabilities to work in different temperature environments.
Caja believes in a system that adapts to the warehouse infrastructure and not vice versa. Therefore, we have developed
our robots with the ability to work with different materials and sizes of bins, standard shelves, and existing floors.
In the rapidly changing world of logistics, changes in volume are common, whether due to peak times or changes to the scale
of operations. Our cloud-based software allows us the ability to be prepared for this kind of change, and easily adding robots when expanding or during peak times (or vice-versa) has never been easier.
Caja’s system continuously optimizes the warehouse and responds to sudden and unexpected challenges.
Both Lift and Cart are equipped with state-of-the-art safety sensors and mechanisms. The ability of the robots
to work without people right next to them, in a sterile environment, further lowers safety risks. Our systems are ISO and fire regulation approved.
Having two types of robots means not all robots need to do all tasks or carry each kind of technology.
This way, Caja can lower the overall cost of the robots and ensure better ROI.
Work Process Definition
|Min. gripping height||280 mm||280 mm|
|Max. gripping height||800 mm||3200 mm|
|Robot footprint||840 mm 415 mm||1300 mm 850 mm|
|Weight||55 kg||350 kg|
|Max. Navigation speed||2m s||1.5m s|
|Max battery runtime||8 Hrs.||6 Hrs.|
|Daily operating time||Operating time||Operating time|
|Max Bin load||30 kg||30 kg|
|Min. object dimensions||397mm x 590mm||397mm x 590mm|
|Max. object dimensions||403mm x 610mm||403mm x 610mm|
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