More power for fulfillment – from now on, Bottobo Robotics will be equipping its autonomous mobile robots (AMR) with Wiferion’s inductive charging technology as standard. By the end of 2025, the leading energy solutions supplier has delivered thousands of its new etaLINK 1000 charging systems to the fast-growing robotics company based in Turkey.
Bottobo Robotics relies on Wiferion as an innovative start-up
Bottobo Robotics is one of the most promising European AMR suppliers. With its powerful commissioning robot PIXER, users can quadruple the productivity of its commissioning processes in fulfillment. And they can do it without changing the warehouse infrastructure or prior investments. Bottobo’s goals for growth are ambitious. After its successful start in Turkey, the company intends in future to open up the European market from the Netherlands and the UK market from London. To be able to scale its robot fleets quickly and reliably, Bottobo is therefore choosing wireless charging solutions from the market leader, Wiferion.
“Our customer promise is: no downtimes. For this reason, we only use the most modern, high-quality components in our robots. So for us, only Wiferion was worth considering for supplying power”, Burhan Turgut Ulutürk, CEO & Co-founder of Bottobo
Wiferion’s new charging system gives Bottobo Robotics a strong productivity boost
The new member of the etaLINK series is ideally matched to the compact design of fulfillment robots. It transfers energy contactlessly with a power of 1 kW. The charging solution is maintenance-free and allows in-process charging. With Wiferion, there is thus no need for charging breaks. The robots never interrupt their work and are up to 32 percent more productive. “In addition, we benefit from Wiferion’s many years of expertise in the optimum integration of power supply systems both into the robots themselves and into the charging layout for the end user”, Burhan Turgut Ulutürk emphasizes.
“We are delighted that Bottobo is to be the first major customer for our new system. The demand for wireless charging solutions for small goods-to-person robots is massive. We can see major growth potential for the next few years here”, says Julian Seume, CSO at Wiferion.