RMT Robotics to supply Mobile Robots to system integrator

RMT Robotics sold a fleet of seven ADAM Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) to InSystems Automation, a German automation systems integrator. The end user of the ADAM system is a global manufacturer of personal care products and the equipment will be installed at their Berlin manufacturing facility.

October 4, 2011 - RMT Robotics sold a fleet of seven ADAM Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) to InSystems Automation, a German automation systems integrator. The end user of the ADAM system is a global manufacturer of personal care products and the equipment will be installed at their Berlin manufacturing facility.


The ADAM vehicles, equipped with conveyor top appliances, will be used to automatically transport work-in-process materials and finished goods between production machines and the automated storage system. The system will be installed and operational in the fourth quarter of 2011.

"We are thrilled to provide the ADAM AMR solution to InSystems and their customer in Berlin," said Bill Torrens, director of sales and marketing, RMT Robotics. "Experienced in the use of AGVs, the end user recognized that ADAM AMR technology will offer far more flexibility in their operation and solve many of the shortcomings of conventional AGVs that they have lived with for years. We are happy to see the international fleet size and client base grow for the ADAM AMR technology and we look forward to working with InSystems to bring the new fleet on line in Germany."

"We are pleased to have purchased the ADAM AMR fleet through eepos Nord," said Henry Stubert, president, InSystems Automation GmbH. "The technology is cutting edge and has much to offer. We look forward to our installation for our customer."

ADAM is an intelligent mobile robot that autonomously performs random origin to random destination transport of work-in-process materials and finished goods in Lean manufacturing and assembly applications. ADAM is designed to perform missions independently, navigating around fixed and moving objects, free of guide wires, reflectors or transponders.

About RMT Robotics
RMT Robotics, a Cimcorp Oy Company, is a global company that manufactures and integrates turnkey robotic gantry-based order fulfillment and tire handling solutions designed to reduce operating costs and streamline operations. RMT Robotics also manufacturers and integrates ADAM, the category-defining intelligent mobile robot. The ADAM system redefines the purpose and function of industrial AGVs by performing intelligent robotic transport of materials in complex, random origin to random destination industrial environments.

About InSystems Automation GmbH
InSystems Automation was founded in 1999 and transitioned to a limited liability company in 2001 by business managers, Henry Stubert and Torsten Gast. Since then the company has consistently grown and employs over 35 highly qualified technicians and mechanics in Berlin. As a result of an increasing number of customers in the USA, the InSystems Automation Inc. was founded in the year of 2007. The office is located in Washington, NC. Initially, InSystems Automation's area of expertise was comprised of special SPS codes and services, in which both business managers brought along substantial experience, including international business projects, due to their previous positions with Gillette Deutschland GmbH.

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