Robotino – New potential at all levels

Robotino – New potential at all levels

Mobile robot platform for research and training
With its omnidirectional drive, sensors, interfaces and application-specific extensions, Robotino is equipped for universal use.

The most important programming languages and systems are available for programming individual applications.

Like industrial robots, mobile and service robots are also becoming more and more important. In keeping with this technical and economic trend, the new Robotino forms the basis for research and training in these applications.


Extremely powerful: the new computer performance
With scalable computer performance for autonomous control, image processing and the evaluation of data from laser scanners.


More interfaces than ever before
More convenient, faster, more diverse: new, state-of-the-art functions ensure greatest possible system expandability.


Open source concept
Full access to the entire source code for the implementation of robot applications with common programming languages and systems.


Sturdy and movable
With three independently driven omniwheels, Robotino can move in all directions. The stainless steel structures of the frame ensure high stability in every travel situation.


Payload greater than unladen weight
Thanks to its sturdy design, Robotino can move a payload of up to 30 kg while weighing 20 kg itself.


Flexible and adaptable design
Numerous mounting choices and the optional mounting tower with individually positionable platforms ensure that Robotino can be used for a wide variety of tasks.


Plug and play
Robotino supports various grippers, manipulators and sensors through plug and play. Robotino recognizes these components once they are connected, and the control can begin.


Fit for research: with the Robotino for Industry 4.0

With its new, flexible operating height, Robotino has been fully integrated into the world of MPS systems and research factories as an autonomous transport system.

Once programmed, Robotino automatically identifies, for example, the correct MPS station – the first step towards a fully automated production system!