KOMPAÏ transfer robot

The roller conveyor robot

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For automatic loading and unloading of a bin or crate 

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Automate the loading and unloading of hospital logistics boxes and containers

Transport of small hospital logistics

Designed to meet the complex and urgent needs of healthcare establishments. Thanks to its advanced capabilities, KOMPAÏ transfer is able to transport hospital containers and crates in complete safety.

An AMR robot (autonomous mobile robot)

KOMPAÏ transfer is capable of navigating autonomously through corridors, lifts and various hospital spaces, avoiding obstacles and adapting to any scenario. With unrivalled precision, it ensures that medical equipment is delivered quickly and efficiently to where it is needed, optimising internal logistics flows.

Electric lifting 

The basic version is delivered with a height of 640 mm. However, it can be adjusted (+ or - a few centimetres) according to the characteristics of the plant's conveyors, leaving it fixed.

Description and technical specifications 

Mobile & Autonomous

The robot moves autonomously around your premises in complete safety, aware of its environment. Its various sensors and lasers enable it to manage obstacles efficiently and reliably. 

Close collaboration with health establishments

The development of KOMPAÏ transfer has been based on close collaboration with hospitals, ensuring that it is adapted to the specific needs of patients and nursing staff.

Robust and reliable

This robot has been designed to meet the demands of the hospital environment, offering exceptional durability and reliability, even under intensive conditions of use.

Experimentation and validation

The robot has been tested in healthcare establishments, demonstrating its effectiveness and relevance in the field of hospital logistics.

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KOMPAÏ transfer for teaching and research centres

Our KOMPAÏ transfer robot is equipped with an API designed for teaching purposes. We offer an easy-to-use R&D version of the robot.