Fetch Robotics develops and manufactures autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for the warehousing and logistics markets. It takes takes advantage of its deep robotics expertise to provide collaborative AMRs for two commercial applications: material handling and data collection.
Co-founder and CEO Melonee Wise, for example, is well-respected within robotics circles. She was the second employee at Willow Garage and led a team of engineers developing next-generation robot hardware and software, including ROS, the PR2, and TurtleBot.
During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Fetch expanded its product portfolio by developing, with partners, two disinfection robots that are based on its AMR technology.
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The $290 million acquisition of Fetch Robotics by Zebra Technologies is bearing its first fruit today with the release of the new Fetch FlexShelf, FlexShelf Guide, RollerTop Guide – and a new FetchCore fulfillment software package for order or batch picking. The three new autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are built on top of the Fetch Freight100…
The acquisition will help Fetch and Zebra integrate technology to connect human workers, tools like hand-held scanners and self-navigating robots.
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The SmartGuardUV robot uses pulsed xenon UV technology to neutralize harmful viruses and bacteria in high-traffic areas, and the autonomous mobile robot provides real-time disinfection reporting.
Build With Robots has built the Breezy One autonomous disinfection robot on Fetch Robotics’ mobile platform and cloud software. It can decontaminates a 100,000-sq.-ft. space in 1.5 hours using a patented chemical spray.
ATLANTA – Fetch Robotics and Zebra Technologies today announced a collaboration to help automate picking processes through the integration of Fetch’s autonomous mobile robots and Zebra’s FulfillmentEdge software. The two companies will demonstrate the system at this week’s MODEX 2020 event in the Fetch booth, #9011. The system optimizes picking across multiple orders for piece, […]
Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise has long talked about ease of use being a major challenge when it comes to robotics. Today, the San Jose, Calif.-based company is taking steps it hopes will make it easier to deploy its autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and iterate through workflows. Fetch has launched its Workflow Builder toolkit that…