SINCE 1982 WE HAVE PROVIDED AUTOMATED INTRALOGISTICS SOLUTIONS WITH ONE CLEAR OBJECTIVE: INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY.
DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY? FIND HOW WITH US.
ASTI Mobile Robotics, transforming the future together, designs, engineers, manufactures, implements and maintains automated intralogistics solutions. ASTI Mobile Robotics specialises in automated guided vehicles (AGVs) used to move materials and products from place to place in factories and warehouses. It offers the widest range of AGVs on the market and is an expert in industrial connectivity and processes.
ASTI Mobile Robotics forms part of ASTI Technologies Group, leading forward, a holding comprising the mobile robotics firm, ASTI Technologies Distribution, ASTI Consulting Services and Fundación ASTI. ASTI Technologies Group also holds stakes in other technology firms.
We have been developing automated solutions to intralogistics needs since 1982, adopting a clear focus throughout on increasing our clients’ competitiveness and flexibility whilst reducing their time to market.
Our solutions range from traditional materials-handling equipment like conveyors and handlers through to latest-generation systems like automated guided vehicles (AGVs), all designed to maximise intralogistics flexibility, efficiency and effectiveness.
The elements that make up our solutions are all managed by SIGAT, our 100%-proprietary module-based system automation software.
AGVs are the core of ASTI’s business.
ASTI offers a comprehensive range of AGVs divided into three product lines: EasyBot, RoboFast and HardBot.
ASTI’s RoboFast automated guided vehicles are designed to carry palletised loads.
These vehicles, based on conventional lift trucks, can transport any type of floor-level or high-reach load.
The range of compatible load formats and weights is extremely wide and covers a huge variety of goods.
ASTI’s HardBot automated guided vehicles are designed to carry loads weighing up to 30 tonnes.
These vehicles have been specially designed by ASTI to carry large, heavy loads.
The movements of ASTI’s HardBots are extremely precise to safeguard both the loads they carry and the personnel who work in their vicinity.
AT ASTI WE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING EVERY LAST DETAIL OF OUR CLIENTS’ BUSINESSES. EVERY CLIENT HAS UNIQUE LOGISTICAL NEEDS BASED ON THEIR INDUSTRY, ACTIVITY, HISTORY AND RESOURCES. OUR TEAM STUDIES THESE PARAMETERS AND DEVELOPS, ALONG WITH THE CLIENT, THE SOLUTIONS OF GREATEST ADDED VALUE IN THE SHORT, MEDIUM AND LONG TERM.
SYSTEMS AND SERVICES DEVELOPED
ASTI Mobile Robotics carried off the 2018 Pyme (SME) Award, in the Fifth edition of the CEPYME Awards, organised by the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, together with the Spanish Federation of Self-Employed, with the aim of recognising the influence of the Spanish economy on the efforts of the most-outstanding Spanish SMEs and self-employed workers and their contribution to economic and social progress and job creation. The jury’s decision was communicated during the ceremony that was attended by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, who presented the award to the CEO of Asti TechGroup and Managing Director of ASTI Mobile Robotics, Verónica Pascual.
12 de noviembre de 2018
ASTI Mobile Robotics will participate throughout the month of November in three international fairs, Logistics (November 12 and 13 -Madrid, Spain-); BE 4.0: Salon Industries du Futur (November 20 and 21 -Mulhouse, France-); and All4Pack (from November 26 to 29 -Paris, France-), where it will display three new autonomous logistics solutions that it has developed this past year and that enhance its range of AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles).
5 de noviembre de 2018
Automation is an unstoppable process in all countries throughout the world. As is explained by various business surveys, the use of robots is being established as the lever of transformation for businesses. According to the study ‘The robots are ready. Are you?’ by Deloitte, 53 percent of businesses consulted affirm that they are already heavily involved in the process of implementing Robotics Process Automation (RPA).
November 8, 2018