TRITON

The autonomous mobile robot (AMR) market moves at warp speed. We’re moving right along with it, enabling new robot applications as we go.

High-volume logistics and e-commerce customers demand total reliability and high performance, in every environment every day.

Enter Triton, your dream come true.

What is Triton? What problem does it solve?

Free navigation based on simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) severely limits docking accuracy, speed and flexibility, all of which hamper scalability. And we’ve all heard horror stories about robots getting lost.

We addressed these pain points with a positioning system tricked out with all the bells and whistles AMR operators dream about.

Triton …
• is small
• needs no infrastructure
• provides high-accuracy positioning data
• interfaces directly with navigation stacks
• works seamlessly in dynamic environments
• is cost-effective, even when integrated in entire AMR fleets

After months of rigorous customer testing, Triton is ready to simplify high-performance AMR functions in logistics and e-commerce operations across the globe.

Hello, world. Meet Triton.

Precision

Triton uses absolute positioning and is accurate at the sub-millimeter level.

Infrastructure-free

Triton scans the surface of the floor and needs no infrastructure.

Dynamic Environments

Triton is fast, precise and works expertly in dynamic environments.

Want to see Triton in action?

We observe social distancing measures during these unprecedented times, but this also allows us to do more virtual demos than ever before! Schedule a virtual demo with us, and we'll show you Triton in action from our new office demo center.

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Successful use cases

When our customer needed a positioning product for a small profile mobile robot, we designed Triton: small, precise, fast, easy to implement and affordable.

Triton is a perfect solution for high-performance operations for AMR fleets. Successful pilot programs include swarm robots supporting the postal industry, e-commerce and integrated warehouse robots for other industries.

“The integration of the Triton in our robot has been straight-forward. We are currently using it for line following, and we are amazed by its precision!”

- PAL Robotics

"With Accerion's sensors we can navigate our customers' AMRs very accurately. Even in the most complex and dynamic environments."

- Ruvu

“We have worked with Accerion’s team from the early days of our development of the Autonomous Sorting solution. The team is dedicated to our success and has been supporting us through development and operations.”

- Prime Vision

Accerion's localization sensor, Triton

FAQ

Accerion’s infrastructure-free localization technology with sub-millimeter-level accuracy gives mobile robots the ability to perform precision work in dynamic environments.

But how does it work and which floors are supported?

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Our systems use optical sensors with built-in processing and storage to localize based on the floor. Using our advanced algorithms, the optical sensor is able to detect unique features in each section of the floor to later provide a sub-mm accurate position back to a mobile robot (AGV or AMR).

WHICH FLOORS ARE SUPPORTED?
Our sensor works best on concrete as it uses optics to pick up details in the floor to create signatures on which it can localize later when it crosses over them.

We find sometimes a shiny, epoxy floor can cause challenges; however, we recommend trying a Triton Pilot Package which features a floor qualifier to try any floor available to you.

Additionally, if you want to use our technology and would like recommendations on best floors to install or paint options, please contact us.

WHICH FLOOR PROVIDES THE BEST PERFORMANCE FOR ACCERION SENSORS?
Accerion sensors work best in normal industrial operations with dry, swept concrete floors with or without an epoxy coating. If you give us more details about your floor, we are happy to discuss the best options for your operation.

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How can Triton add value to your operation?

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