stow Robotics becomes Movu Robotics, launches new picking robot

stow Robotics, part of the stow Group, has today announced a significant rebrand and the launch of a new product to add to its portfolio. Under the new name ‘Movu Robotics’, the company has wasted no time in revealing its Movu eligo robot picking arm.

At its new headquarters in Lokeren, Belgium, Movu Robotics has facilities for engineering, research & development, and production. In addition, an Experience Centre demonstrates the technology in action to Movu’s customers and partners.

The location of its headquarters is key; situated between university cities Antwerp and Ghent, it is hoped that young talent in the robotics sector will be drawn to the facility. Furthermore, Movu Robotics expects that having this facility located where it is will be convenient for customers and partners visiting the region to see warehouses in action, all whilst boosting brand visibility.

Existing products will still be offered, rebranded under the new name. These include the Movu atlas (a pallet shuttle system), the Movu escala (a bin shuttle), and Movu iFollow (a range of AMRs). iFollow was acquired by the stow Group in 2022.

In addition, the Movu eligo has been launched today. Described as an ‘AI-driven picking robot’, this product was developed in collaboration with Righthand Robotics. Capable of picking 600 items per hour, the robot is integrated with the Movu escala bin shuttle for fully automated bin picking.

Source: logisticsmanager.com

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