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Utilizing a plurality of sensors including cameras, LiDAR technology, and IMUs; our robots are able to be deployed quickly and efficiently. Our software, in collaboration with user input, allows for the creation of custom maps at your facility for tracking and self-updating purposes.


Anantak's perception system (vision) fuses images from multiple fisheye and depth cameras, inertial data from IMUs, kinematic data from tire encoders, and power/load data from various sensors.​ This enables our tugs to navigate challenging environments including dark areas, undulating and uneven surfaces, narrow openings, and operate alongside human and vehicular traffic, such as forklifts and trucks.

The robot's vision sensor suite recognizes warehouse objects, which allows tugs to respond to special situations. For example, tugs can be asked to go around a pallet, but wait when a forklift is blocking the way.​ Anantak's advanced control system uses physics-based model-predictive control to drive the tugs. The system intricately understands the tugs braking and acceleration limits.​


Anantak Robots can quickly learn a wide variety of route types for any client application. Our autonomy system enables the ability for robots to update their maps over time due to changing environments and share them with other machines. 

Anantak's powerful map editing software allows for rapid and remote map modifications without compromising accuracy. The cloud data captured by each machine is able to be displayed and monitored. This function improves tracking live workflows and warehouse visibility.


Tugs can be commanded in multiple ways to be most efficient in warehouse operations. This includes phones and tablets. The user is able to access maps recorded on the worksite where the machine is located. Sets of commands can be sent to each machine at the tap of a button. Diagnostic information can be accessed to assess machine health whether its in use or charging.

If the operator is busy picking/packing, tugs can be commanded by voice or via wrist-held screen.​ If complete integration with customer's work management system (WMS) is desired, tugs can be commanded through an application programming interface (API) exposed by the Anantak Cloud Platform.


Tugs switch easily between autonomous and manual modes. 

When picking side-by-side, the tug pulls the load letting the operator focus on picking/packing/loading. This function is used in point-to-point delivery and the ease of manual-autonomous switching allows the operator to hitch/unhitch carts and pallets quickly.

Manual/autonomous transitions allows for flexibility in starting and ending points on selected maps. This decreases setup and storage time at the start and end of each daily shift.

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