Innovation, Commitment, Productivity, and Speed
Florisa has the first solution of its kind in the textile industry. Today, the Brusque-based company has five autonomous MiR1000 mobile robots with a load capacity of 1 ton each to operate in a 5-story warehouse integrated with 4 elevators and RFID cages, in addition to the connection to the ERP and WMS for control and management of the entire process. There are 450 receiving positions and 3000 tissue storage positions.
The 5 MiR 1000 robots controlled by the MiR Fleet management system have made it possible to increase production profits, more assertiveness in less execution time, more data and analysis and fewer errors in the production process.
MiR1000s equipped with the latest laser scanner technology provide a 360-degree field of view for optimal safety. The 3D cameras on the front have a range of between 30 and 2,000mm above ground level, and two sensors located at each corner ensure that the robot sees fabric cages and other obstacles that can normally be difficult to see to. other robots.
The objective at Florisa was to increase the capacity to dye fabrics, but with the manual process of input and output of materials there were losses, rework, and high cost.
“Initially, the idea was to go from a production of 90 tons / day to 160 tons / day.” said Patrick Laurens Stolfi, cost engineer at Florisa”. With the project underway, it was possible to reach 200 tons / day, an increase of 122% of what was foreseen in the project”.
“In addition to the pioneering spirit, becoming a benchmark company in Industry 4.0 in Brazil is very important as we see an increase in productivity that is even scalable, and the expectation exceeded in the operation are also achievements that highlight the relevance of MiR mobile autonomous robots”, he added.