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Locus Robotics to showcase heavy payload Vector and Max at Automate 2023 in Detroit

May 22, 2023

Leading Provider of Autonomous Mobile Robots to highlight full end-to-end product movement capabilities for manufacturing and industrial applications

Locus Robotics, a global leader in autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), today announced it will be showcasing its new heavyweight payload AMRs at Automate 2023 in Detroit. Locus Robotics will feature its revolutionary Vector and Max models, alongside its cutting-edge LocusONE warehouse automation platform. The event will take place from May 22-25, 2023.

Automate, known for its convergence of innovation, technology, and automation, provides an ideal platform to demonstrate the advanced heavy-capacity capabilities of their award-winning AMR solutions. With  focus on enhancing manufacturing and warehouse productivity and efficiency, Locus Robotics has revolutionized the industry with its dynamic, fully integrated and coordinated material movement platform.

Product Showcase

  • Locus Vector, the innovative and nimble AMR designed for small to medium payloads designed for high-productivity material handling and logistics applications. Built with an industrial strength chassis, omnidirectional mobility, and compact design, Vector can be deployed in a wide range of environments, tackling a variety of material handling tasks requiring payload capacities up to 600 lbs. Using state-of-the-art sensors and algorithms Vector can seamlessly maneuver through dynamic warehouse environments, significantly reducing cycle times and improving order fulfillment rates.
  • Locus Max, is the high-mobility AMR built to handle larger payloads with ease. Max combines high maneuverability, unparalleled strength, and stability with intelligent task allocation capabilities, making it ideal for material handling in demanding manufacturing and industrial settings. With its ability to autonomously transport heavy items, Max promises to revolutionize workflow efficiency and safety standards within warehouses.

In addition Locus to highlight LocusONE, the industry’s first data science-driven warehouse automation platform for enterprise-wide AMR deployments & performance management in brownfield or greenfield environments. The LocusONE platform supports the wide range of material movement needs found in today’s fulfillment and distribution warehouses, enabling facilities of any size to operate a single, coordinated fleet encompassing multiple AMR form factors. The platform's intuitive interface empowers warehouse operators with real-time, actionable insights enabling them to monitor, manage, and optimize their operations with ease.

"We are thrilled to unveil our game-changing Vector and Max AMRs at the prestigious Automate Show," said Rick Faulk, CEO of Locus Robotics. "These revolutionary robots, combined with our powerful LocusONE software platform, empower manufacturing and warehouse operators to transform their operations, boost productivity, and streamline their product movement and fulfillment workflows within a single, coordinated platform. We invite attendees to experience firsthand the immense potential of our cutting-edge technology."

By seamlessly integrating humans and robots, Locus Robotics offers a new paradigm in warehouse efficiency, empowering businesses to achieve unmatched productivity and stay ahead in today's dynamic market.

To see live demos of Vector, Max, and LocusONE, visit Locus Robotics at Booth #4432 at the Automate Show in Detroit. For more information, please visit

About Locus Robotics

Locus Robotics’ revolutionary, multi-bot solution incorporates powerful and intelligent autonomous mobile robots that operate collaboratively with human workers to dramatically improve piece‐handling, case-handling, and pallet-moving productivity 2X–3X, while optimizing labor and making efficient use of warehouse space. Locus helps retailers, 3PLs, and specialty warehouses efficiently meet and exceed the increasingly complex and demanding requirements of fulfillment environments. Easily integrating into large-scale new and existing warehouse infrastructures without disrupting workflows, Locus transforms productivity without transforming the warehouse.

Headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts, Locus’s EMEA presence is centrally located in Amsterdam, with APAC presence located in Singapore.

In 2022 alone, Locus Robotics has won more than 17 industry awards, including being named to the Inc. 500 for the second year in a row and a 2022 IFOY Award for its Autonomous Mobile Robot Solution in the Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV/AMR) category.

Headquarters Location: U.S.A.