EINDHOVEN – VDL Groep and Prime Vision jointly produce robots for the US market. Delft Prime Vision has developed the concept of export sorting (robotic sorting) by so-called autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). VDL industrial units from Helmand are responsible for the production of AMRs. More than 750 robots have been used in various parts of the United States to process parcels quickly and efficiently. The value of this order is several million euros.
The collaboration between Prime Vision and VDL Crop goes beyond the production activities of the VDL industry modules. VDL Industries is based in Gainesville, Georgia, USA. Boards with electronic components.
Prime Vision specializes in computer vision integration and robotics, working with the latest technologies including artificial intelligence. The company began recognizing and ordering mail 30 years ago, and then initially expanded the range with package authentication technology for postal companies. Over the past year, services have expanded to the e-commerce sector.
“VDL is an essential partner in the production of robots and seamlessly fulfills our capabilities in the field of computer vision and robotics solutions,” says Eddie Thanes, Director, Prime Vision. Prime Vision has agreed with its US customer that hundreds of robots will be delivered this year. That is why the company has sought cooperation with VDL Groep. VDL, a helm-based operating company, manufactures, assembles, and assembles parts for autonomous mobile robots in industrial units.
“The production of these robots fits exactly with the core functions of the VDL industrial modules,” says Peter van der Horst, Director of VDL Industrial Models. “Cooperation with Prime Vision is going well. Assemblies have given us the space to further improve the design of robots. In addition, even in this challenging period characterized by material scarcity, we have succeeded in setting up a supply chain together.
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