Fetch Robotics

Warehouse Robotics for Fast, Flexible Fulfillment

Fetch Robotics
Overall Score
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Business Size Score
70
Business Scope Score
79
Brand Awareness Score
91
Robots Score
83

Fetch Robotics, founded in 2014 and based in San Jose, California, has emerged as a leading player in the robotics automation sector. The company’s primary focus is on manufacturing Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs), offering innovative solutions that revolutionize material handling and logistics operations for businesses. Fetch Robotics has gained prominence in the industry due to its commitment to excellence and cutting-edge technology.

Fetch Robotics specializes in the development and production of a wide range of AMRs, including warehouse robots, logistics robots, and other automated material handling systems. Its diverse product lineup caters to various aspects of intralogistics, such as person-to-goods interaction, picking assistance, AMR platforms, conveyor systems, cart towing, mobile pallet conveyors, and AGV floor-to-floor transportation.

What sets Fetch Robotics apart is its cloud-driven Autonomous Mobile Robot solution, the only one of its kind in the market. By leveraging cloud technology, Fetch Robotics enables businesses to enhance efficiency and productivity within their warehousing and intralogistics environments. This cloud-driven approach allows for real-time coordination and seamless integration of human and robotic capabilities, resulting in accelerated fulfillment processes, timely replenishment, and autonomous movement of materials. The outcome is a significant boost in overall operational performance, customer satisfaction, and return on investment.

Fetch Robotics has received recognition and accolades for its groundbreaking contributions to the robotics industry. In 2019, the company was named the Best Overall Robotics Company by AI Breakthrough and acknowledged as one of the Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company. Fetch Robotics has also been listed among the Top Supply Chain Transformations by The Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 (SDCE 100) and recognized as a leader in the IDC MarketScape for Autonomous Mobile Robots for General Warehouse Automation. Moreover, Fetch Robotics was honored as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, solidifying its status as a pioneer and thought leader in the field.

In 2021, Fetch Robotics achieved another significant milestone through its acquisition by Zebra Technologies. This strategic partnership combines the expertise and capabilities of both companies to deliver end-to-end robotics automation solutions, ranging from advanced picking systems for fulfillment to just-in-time material delivery. By harnessing the synergies between Zebra and Fetch Robotics, businesses can unlock new levels of efficiency, productivity, and operational excellence.

With an unwavering commitment to innovation, Fetch Robotics continues to shape the future of robotics automation. The company’s mission is to elevate human and robotic performance by seamlessly integrating their abilities and facilitating dynamic collaboration. By automating repetitive tasks and optimizing workforce utilization, Fetch Robotics enables companies to free up valuable human resources for high-value jobs, transforming the frontline of business. Whether in commercial or industrial settings, Fetch Robotics sets the stage for unparalleled improvements in throughput, efficiency, and productivity, all while working alongside people.

In conclusion, Fetch Robotics is a trailblazer in the realm of robotics automation, propelling businesses towards a more efficient and dynamic future. Through its advanced AMR solutions, the company empowers organizations to optimize their material handling processes, achieve operational excellence, and exceed customer expectations. With its visionary approach and groundbreaking technology, Fetch Robotics continues to redefine the boundaries of robotics automation, making a lasting impact on the way industries operate and evolve.

Automation

Increased Efficiency: Fetch Robotics’ mobile robots are designed to automate repetitive tasks, allowing companies to improve their workflow and increase overall productivity.

Cost Savings

Cost Savings: By utilizing mobile robots, companies can reduce labor costs and minimize the risk of human error, leading to significant cost savings over time.

Scalability

Flexibility and Adaptability: Fetch Robotics’ mobile robots can be easily programmed and integrated into existing systems, providing companies with the flexibility to adapt to changing business needs and scale their operations.

Safety

Improved Safety: By taking over hazardous or physically demanding tasks, mobile robots from Fetch Robotics can help improve workplace safety and reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.

Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) from Fetch Robotics

Fetch Robotics has Anchoring Below Cart, Conveyor, Manual Loading, Platform Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs).

RollerTop by Fetch Robotics

RollerTop

Robot Overall Score
31
Performance Score
47
Navigation Score
33
Resilience Score
13

The RollerTop from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 80kg and drive up to 1.75m/s.

The Roller Conveyor on top of this AMR is able to transport Totes, Boxes and Small Containers. The conveyor can receive and deliver in the front of the robot.

RollerTop can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 3D obstacle detection in the front and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

HMIShelf by Fetch Robotics

HMIShelf

Robot Overall Score
33
Performance Score
42
Navigation Score
51
Resilience Score
10

The HMIShelf from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 78kg and drive up to 1.5m/s. The size of the robot is 559x515x1516mm (LxWxH), and it weighs 90kg.

This robot has Flat Surface (Table/Shelves) that can transport Totes, Boxes and Small Containers that are manually placed on the robot by a human operator.

HMIShelf can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 3D obstacle detection in the front and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

The robot is CE Marked and compliant with ANSI/RIA R15.08-1-2020, EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.

Freight500 by Fetch Robotics

Freight500

Robot Overall Score
34
Performance Score
42
Navigation Score
52
Resilience Score
10

The Freight500 from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 500kg and drive up to 1.5m/s. The size of the robot is 1452x1025x356mm (LxWxH), and it weighs 301kg.

This is an open platform robot. Loads can simply be placed directly on the surface of the robot or a custom application can be installed on top of the robot. The robot is able to communicate using RestAPI protocols.

Freight500 can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 360 degree 3D obstacle detection and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

The robot is CE Marked and compliant with ANSI/RIA R15.08-1-2020, EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.

Freight1500 by Fetch Robotics

Freight1500

Robot Overall Score
35
Performance Score
42
Navigation Score
56
Resilience Score
10

The Freight1500 from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 1500kg and drive up to 1.5m/s. The size of the robot is 1688x1335x356mm (LxWxH), and it weighs 471kg.

This is an open platform robot. Loads can simply be placed directly on the surface of the robot or a custom application can be installed on top of the robot. The robot is able to communicate using RestAPI protocols.

Freight1500 can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 360 degree 3D obstacle detection and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

The robot is CE Marked and compliant with ANSI/RIA R15.08-1-2020, EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.

Freight by Fetch Robotics

Freight

Robot Overall Score
30
Performance Score
42
Navigation Score
35
Resilience Score
15

The Freight from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 100kg and drive up to 1.5m/s. The size of the robot is 559x508x359mm (LxWxH), and it weighs 68kg.

This is an open platform robot. Loads can simply be placed directly on the surface of the robot or a custom application can be installed on top of the robot. Connectors are available for Ethernet, USB. The robot is able to communicate using RestAPI protocols.

Freight can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 3D obstacle detection in the front and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

The robot is able to traverse gaps in the floor up to 15mm wide.

CartConnect by Fetch Robotics

CartConnect

Robot Overall Score
32
Performance Score
42
Navigation Score
45
Resilience Score
10

The CartConnect from Fetch Robotics is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) able to carry 52.5kg and drive up to 1.5m/s.

This robot is able to move a cart by tunneling underneath it, inserting 2 pins, and pushing the cart from below.

CartConnect can work continuosly for up to 9 hours. It has 2D obstacle detection, 3D obstacle detection in the front and autonomous obstacle avoidance. The robot is able to maintain acurate localization using 3D SLAM and able to pivot in place.

The robot is CE Marked and compliant with EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.

Fetch Robotics's local representations around the world

Fetch Robotics has headquarter in United States and no known subsidiaries.

Fetch Robotics Customer Reference Cases

Robot Model: CartConnect

Robot Quantity: 4

Use Case: Batch Picking (Multi Order Picking), Ecommerce Order Fulfillment, Goods to Person, Rack to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Consumer Discretionary, Consumer Services, Diversified Consumer Services, Education Services

Site Location: Northern America, Texas, The Americas, United States, United States South

Robot Model: CartConnect

Robot Quantity: 1

Use Case: Cart Transport, General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Packing and Shipping, Picking to shipping (Picking to pack-out), Rack to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Commercial & Professional Services, Commercial Services & Supplies, Industrials

Site Location: Kentucky, Northern America, The Americas, United States, United States South

Robot Model: Freight1500

Robot Quantity: 3

Use Case: General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Materials to and from people, Tote / Bin Transport, Totes to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Air Freight & Logistics, Industrials, Transportation

Site Location: California, Northern America, The Americas, United States, United States West

Robot Model: HMIShelf

Robot Quantity: 3

Use Case: General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Tote / Bin Transport, Totes to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Air Freight & Logistics, Industrials, Transportation

Site Location: California, Northern America, The Americas, United States, United States West

Robot Model: HMIShelf

Robot Quantity: 1

Use Case: General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Tote / Bin Transport, Totes to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Industrials, Road & Rail, Transportation

Site Location: Florida, Northern America, The Americas, United States, United States South

Robot Model: HMIShelf

Robot Quantity: 3

Use Case: Each Picking (Piece Picking), Ecommerce Order Fulfillment, General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Materials to and from people, Tote / Bin Transport, Totes to Person, Warehouse Automation

Customer Industry: Air Freight & Logistics, Industrials, Transportation

Site Location: Europe, European Union, Netherlands

Robot Model: CartConnect

Robot Quantity: 2

Use Case: Cart Transport, General Material Handling, Goods to Person, Rack to Person, Replenishment, Warehouse Automation, Waste removal

Customer Industry: Capital Goods, Electrical Components & Equipment, Electrical Equipment, Industrials

Site Location: Minnesota, Northern America, The Americas, United States, United States Midwest

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