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Mobile heavy-duty platforms, transport systems for internal logistics or
flexible production assistants

  • A neologism of omnidirectional movement
  • Describes the drives characteristics
  • Enables unlimited maneuverability
  • Allows movements (longitudinal , cross , diagonal)

Key Features:

  • Unlimited Maneuverability
  • Reduction of logistic area (more production area)
  • No special floor preparation (standard concrete)
  • No wear of the floor
  • Move large-scale components safely and conveniently up to 90 Tons
  • Available in different Sizes and Payloads
  • Utmost precision and simple operator controls


Digirobotics Omnimove 415

  Omnimove 415 – 3000 Omnimove 415 – 8000 Omnimove 415 – 12000 Omnimove 415 – 16000 Omnimove 415 – 20000
Height (suspension fully extended) 415 mm 415 mm 415 mm 415 mm 415 mm
Payload 3000 kg 8000kg 12000 kg 16000kg 20000 kg
Length 2400 mm 3200 mm 3200 mm 4000mm 4800m
Width 1700 mm 1700 mm 2200 mm 2200 mm  2200 mm
Weight *approx* 3000 kg 4000 kg 6000 kg 7000 kg  8000 kg
Number of wheels 4 8  12 16 20
Wheel diameter 375 mm 375 mm 375 mm 375 mm 375 mm
Maximum surface compression (wheel on floor) 11 N/m² 11 N/m² 11 N/m² 11 N/m² 11 N/m²
Independent wheel suspension (height compensation) ±15 mm ±15 mm ±15 mm ±15 mm ±15 mm
Travel speed (unladen) 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h
Positioning accuracy (standard) ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm
Number of high-performance lead batteries 4 8  12 16 20


Digirobotics Omnimove – 650

  Omnimove 650 – 7000 Omnimove 650 – 15000 Omnimove 650 – 25000 Omnimove 650 – 35000 Omnimove 650 – 45000
Height (suspension fully extended) 650 mm 650 mm 650 mm 650 mm 650 mm
Payload 7000 kg 15000kg 25000 kg 35000kg 45000 kg
Length 3000 mm 4200 mm 4800 mm 6000mm 7200mm
Width 1700 mm 1700 mm 2200 mm 2200 mm  2200 mm
Weight *approx* 4000 kg 7500 kg 10000 kg 12500kg  15000 kg
Number of wheels 4 8  12 16 20
Wheel diameter 575 mm 575 mm 575 mm 575 mm 575 mm
Maximum surface compression (wheel on floor) 7.5 N/m² 7.5 N/m² 7.5 N/m² 7.5 N/m² 7.5 N/m²
Independent wheel suspension (height compensation) ±25 mm ±25 mm ±25 mm ±25 mm ±25 mm
Travel speed (unladen) 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h 0.1 to 3.0 km/h
Positioning accuracy (standard) ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm ±5 mm
Number of high-performance lead batteries 4 8  12 16 20

Interactive motion simulator / Flight Simulators

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Making it possible to experience virtual worlds interactively and not merely visually places extreme demands on 3-D software and requires the mechanical implementation of movement


Digi-Motion Simulators offer a unique possibility for this: hybrid interaction with human operation. This allows electronic control units and the operator & handling to be included realistically in the calculation of movements. In this manner, the motion simulators can be used in a versatile manner, and different types of movement (e.g., flight and ground-based travel) can be carried out with a single system.
Thus DigiMotion Simulators, with their flexible options for use, meet the rapidly increasing requirements of airplane and helicopter crews, and they make it possible to carry out simulations under conditions that closely approximate reality. The flexibility of the system has already been demonstrated in the areas of medical research, utility vehicle development and flight simulation.


Until now, commercial motion simulators have mainly used systems with parallel configurations (especially hexapods). Their strong points are great acceleration capacity, consistent workspace without idiosyncrasies and large working loads. However, such configurations do not offer the possibility of turning the simulator cell 180&<86; in order to simulate inverted flight, for example, which is advantageous for realistic flight simulators. DigiMotion-Simulator based on KUKA Robots the German manufacturer, where Digi Robotics has collaborated for Long Time as the 1st and the Only Official System Partner in Middle East & Africa Regions and in all the fields of the Industrial, Commercial, The Human Robot Interaction, Educational Robots, & Medical as well as Media & Entertainment Applications. &S226;Thanks to its close connections with this corporate group, active throughout the world,Digi Robotics can access the latest developments early on, and it receives outstanding support during system operation from KUKA international service network. Using an industrial Robot also permits the economical use of a significantly larger workspace than that found in conventional motion simulators.


We rely on KUKA Robots which has demonstrated its reliability for many years in heavy-duty industrial applications. Despite the small amount of floor space it requires and its floor-level entry position (no entry platform is necessary), the motion simulator can move the pod in a remarkably large workspace. At the customer&S217;s request, the simulator can be expanded with additional axes of motion (e.g. a linear axis or curved rail) UTILITY VEHICLE DEVELOPMENT: Utility vehicle development &S226;In the case of simulating utility vehicles in developmental phases, the priority goals include energy efficiency, productivity, operational stability and reliability. To this end, all external influences on the vehicle must be taken into account and modeled as closely as possible.


To master this Digi Robotics and its partners have developed the motion platform and real-time software for an interactive driving simulator for the Fraunhofer Institute for Technical and Economic Mathematics (ITWM), which is used for the virtual simulation of utility vehicle product models. The new system is currently the only simulator worldwide that offers interactive human operation on the basis of six-axis robot kinematics, with a 1,000 kg working load and great freedom of motion.


Thus the simulators are especially suitable for initial training, and also for regular refresher training. Depending on the flight simulator &S217;s equipment, the pilot is provided not only motion feedback and visual simulation of the scene, but also acoustic and vibratory effects, together with true simulation of the surface feel of the control elements. The direct feedback from operator interventions on the motion behaviour of the simulator bring about a very immersive experience, resulting in realistic pilot behaviour. This enables, for example, intensive training in emergency procedures which would otherwise only be imaginable if complete loss of the machine was acceptable.

Digi Robotics Bag Bot

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1 Million Tons of Bags are being handled manually per year in a large airport (ca. 50 Mio Pax/y) like Dubai, Amsterdam, Singapore or Denver. One bag handler typically loads 400 bags per shift

  • Average Bag weight = 20 kg
  • 8 tons per shift
  • 40 tons per week
  • 160 tons per month
  • 1600 tons per year

We have closed this automation gap!


  • Loading units: – AKE,AKH,AKN,DPE – various carts – configurable – extendable
  • Filling degree: – 80-90% (containers) – 100% (carts)
  • Bags: 50 kg 100 x 95 x 80 cm all conveyable bags
  • Performance: – tech. cycle time: 15s – up to 200 bags/hour


  • Bag Measurement
  • Determination of shape, size, position and orientation of next bag, using 2 synchronized IR Laser Scanners
  • Determination of bag volume
  • Bounding Box
  • Real Volume
  • Label-Clipping


  • Standard 6-axis-industry robot
  • used in huge number is various industries for many years excellent reliability, repeatability, precision in heavy production environments
  • enhanced applicability through use sensor / vision technologies
  • 7th axis for increased flexibility during take-over


  • Measurement of load status after each loading cycle
  • positioning result not (exactly) predictable, as bags may sink in, slide, tilt, …


Efficiency & Cost Reduction:

  • Throughput per baggage handler increases: by a factor of 2.5 – 3.5
  • Operational cost per bag decreases: typical example: 0.70 $ (manual) 0.30 $ (automated)
    Health & Ergonomics
  • Workplace regulation (e.g. EU 90/269/EWG)
  • Reduced physical stress for workers
  • reduced indirect cost (sick days, early retirement)
  • availability of staff / demographic evolution of workforce
  • acceptance by employees / workers’ council

Space Consumption:

Reduction of 60% – 70% per throughput

Digirob Mob

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The unbeatable combination of tried-and-tested KUKA robots, mobile platforms and industrial components creates a mobile solution for virtually any scenario

The position and number of robots installed are variable, as too are the size and payload capacity of the platform (Omnimove), thus allowing the use of robots for payloads from 60 kg to more than 1,000 kg. Grippers, tools and special equipment can also be transported by Digirob Mob and supplied with power.

Its omnidirectional wheel technology enables Digirob Mob to manoeuvre safely to the desired position in confined spaces and to achieve a positioning accuracy of ±5 mm, no matter whether it has had to travel 5 or 150 meters to the site of operation. For the first time, Digirob Mob makes it possible to utilize the efficiency and reliability of KUKA robotics for machining extremely large components too.

Digirob Mob moves autonomously and without risk of collision. Its laser scanner for monitoring its environment and the integrated software and controller for navigation and motion allow reliable, mobile operation. The independent power supply using high performance batteries and industrial wireless technology liberate Digirob Mob from restrictive connections. Safe monitoring of the robot is possible.