Moscow startup Ronavi Robotics announced the creation and start of sales of the Ronavi S50 robot for automatic mail sorting.
The model is designed for distribution and sending to destinations of letters and parcels weighing up to 50 kg. According to the developers, 80 copies of the robot with the participation of two people per hour can sort 7 thousand parcels in 30 directions. In addition, the model responds to changes in the volume of cargo distribution, the number of destination areas and redistribution of addresses. The robot can reach speeds of up to 3 meters per second.
At the beginning of July 2021, the Ronavi Robotics project to automate work in distribution centers was among the winners of the second MGNTech accelerator of the Magnit network. In the near future, pilot testing of the solution will begin at the retailer's warehouses.