In July 2021, the S50 robot for sorting postal courier items up to 50 kilograms was launched for sale by Ronavi Robotics (part of the TechnoSpark Group of Companies, the investment network of the RUSNANO Group’s Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs).
Ronavi S50 is a compact robot sorting letters and parcels by their destinations. The cargo is put on the robot that reads an index via the bar code or RFID and moves the parcel to the shipment area for the courier. Unlike the conveyor, sorting robots can flexibly respond to the volume of cargo, quickly increase or decrease the number of destination zones and rearrange addresses between them. Robotic sorting releases the staff from inefficient operations, as a person stands still while robots move around the warehouse. This reduces the human factor influence in terms of possible errors.
Photo by the Media Office of TechnoSpark
The Ronavi S50 sorting robot can be purchased or ordered from Ronavi Robotics as a service paid on the number of sortation operations.
“The Ronavi S50 sorting robots are fast and light, controlled by an RMS system that is responsible for the route planning. For example, only two employees and about eighty robots are required to sort seven thousand parcels per hour for thirty destinations.”
Ivan Borodin, CEO of Ronavi Robotics
Ronavi Robotics is the first Russian company to develop, manufacture and sell autonomous robots for logistics needs. The Ronavi series of robots includes three models with different load-lifting capacities of 1,500 kg, 500 kg and 50 kg.
Source: the Media Office of TechnoSpark