MAV3KTM, a 3000 lb capacity, omnidirectional, Autonomous Mobile Robot is now available from Waypoint Robotics

Friday, March 27, 2020

NASHUA, NH, March 9, 2020- At MODEX 2020, Waypoint Robotics is showcasing MAV3KTM (pronounced May-vick), the newest member of Waypoint’s industrial grade autonomous mobile robot (AMR) family now available to the market. MAV3K features a 3000 lb carrying capacity and omnidirectional mobility that enables smooth and nimble movement of your heaviest materials. 
MAV3K comes equipped with Waypoint’s easy to use Dispatcher software allowing it to be set up and autonomously operating in under 15 minutes. MAV3K’s safe and powerful batteries keep it moving through the longest workday. And Waypoint’s EnZone wireless charging system enables MAV3K to charge itself, so you can forget about batteries and charging. MAV3K’s dual safety rated LiDAR sensors, optional 3D perception, 3 stage safety system and superior autonomous navigation ensures MAV3K will safely find its own way from A to B so you can focus on what you do best. 
MAV3K offers the workforce a better tool to move large, heavy materials. Waypoint architects its products with the philosophy of ‘Bobby first.’ Bobby or Betty is the worker who’s been there for years and knows the job better than anyone. MAV3K is designed so Bobby and workers like him can send it on missions to easily move heavy and cumbersome materials in his factory. 
With products like MAV3K and Vector that offer best-in-class navigation capabilities, a heavy-duty metal construction, omnidirectional movement, and fully autonomous navigation, Waypoint continues to provide better robots for real-world manufacturing environments.
About Waypoint Robotics
Waypoint Robotics, located in Nashua, NH, develops and manufactures fully autonomous mobile robots that are easy to use, industrial strength, and designed to be setup and used by the workforce that is on the job today. Vector, MAV3K, and supporting products can be put to work immediately, adding to workers’ capabilities, increasing their efficiency, and strengthening their companies.
Patty Katsaros
Waypoint Robotics, Inc.

Jason Walker, CEO

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