Mobile robot from "JAG Robotics"

Mobile robot for laboratory activities at EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

Robot for the biology lab to assist the operators. The evoTractionBattery electrifies the robot's two gripper arms.

The mobile robotic platform can interact with a variety of analytical instruments and different laboratory equipment (SBS plates, vials, bottles, syringes, etc.) and connect them in multiple workflows designed by the researcher. By combining several instruments in different sequences, it is possible to fully and flexibly automate successive experiments and ultimately ensure a closed loop for "self-driving" laboratories.

EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale
de Lausanne) Lausanne, Switzerland

Individual battery solution
1x 48 VDC 5 kWh

Moma: Mobile Manipulator

Vehicle Information

Area of Application

MoMa: Mobile Manipulator

Dimensions (LxWxH)

0.8 x  0.6 x 1.6 Meters

Quantity

Autonomous

Empty Weight

330 kgs

Max. Speed

2 m/sec

Charging Time 20-80%

1.5 – 2h

Operating Time

10 h

Range

10 km

Propulsion

According to manufacturer

Motor Type

2 Robots with 6 Motor Axles

Engine Continuous Power

2x 400 W

Engine Peak Power

2x 1'000 W

Special Features of the Vehicle
  • Support in the biology lab
  • Experiments can be fully and flexibly automated
  • The ecovolta batteries control the robot's two gripper arms

Battery Information

System Typology

Individual Battery Solution

Amount of Energy

5 kWh

System Voltage

48 V

Max. Discharge Current

41,6 A

Total Battery Weight

36 kgs

Involved Companies

Client

SuNMIL (Supramolecular Nano-Materials and Interfaces Laboratory de EPFL)

Vehicle Manufacturer / Brand
  • Mobile Industrial Robots (MIR)
  • ABB GoFa
General Importer

JAG Jakob AG

System Integrator

JAG Jakob AG

End Customer

SuNMIL (Supramolecular Nano-Materials and Interfaces Laboratory de EPFL)

Image Rights / Image Source

JAG Jakob AG

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