ForwardX Robotics

ForwardX Robotics
Booth # 759
Bolingbrook, IL
United States

ForwardX Robotics is a global leader in vision-based AMR technology, delivering innovative end-to-end material handling solutions for warehousing and manufacturing facilities. With its advanced fleet management software and the widest range of vision-first Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs), ForwardX Robotics helps businesses achieve higher performance and value within their supply chain operations. The company is comprised of over 250 members hailing from top universities and leading enterprises around the world. As shown by the 350+ patents and its award-winning research work, such as Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Award and Robotics Business Review’s RBR50 Innovations Award, ForwardX Robotics continues to push the boundaries of innovation.

ForwardX has deployed over 5,000 AMRs in over 220 facilities across 5 continents. With offices in the US, Japan, Korea, and China, along with partnerships around the globe, ForwardX is expanding and applying its proven solutions to empower the workforce of tomorrow.

Press Releases

ForwardX Robotics Unveils Flex 60-SW: The New Standard for AMR Picking Precision

September, 2023. ForwardX Robotics, a global leader in vision-based autonomous mobile robot (AMR) and warehouse solutions provider, is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest cutting-edge addition to the esteemed Flex product series: Flex 60-SW. This innovative AMR, equipped with automatic weighing scales along with an interactive touch screen, will revolutionize picking accuracy in the warehouse.

ForwardX Robotics Releases the First Cage Trolley Docking & Towing AMR—Flex 60-T

July, 2023. ForwardX Robotics, a global leader in vision-based autonomous mobile robot (AMR) technology, is proud to unveil its latest breakthrough in automation technology: the Flex 60-T, a cutting-edge AMR equipped with an advanced docking and towing system. Representing the latest addition to its Flex product series, Flex 60-T sets a new standard in handling cage trolleys, revolutionizing material movement within warehouses and various commercial environments.

ForwardX Robotics Introduces Max 1500-L Slim: Setting New Standards in AMR Payload Capacity and Navigation

November 2023–ForwardX Robotics, a global leader in vision-based autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and warehouse solutions provider, is excited to introduce the Max 1500-L Slim, its latest innovation. Designed for both warehouse logistics and manufacturing environments, this advanced AMR is set to revolutionize material handling, delivering unparalleled versatility and efficiency. With its compact yet powerful build, standing at just 245mm (9.6 inches) tall, the Max 1500-L Slim offers an impressive payload capacity of 1500kg (3,306 pounds).

ForwardX Robotics and DHL Collaborate To support Expansion

In a recent collaboration, ForwardX Robotics, a renowned global leader in vision-based Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs), joined forces with DHL, a highly regarded and internationally recognized supply chain service enterprise. DHL implemented ForwardX's assisted picking solution in one of its flagship warehouses, dedicated to providing vital daily replenishment for approximately 600 locations for a chain brand coffee store within a single city.


Apex C1500-L

Apex C1500-L has a payload capacity of 3,306 lbs and ensures ±2.3 in pallet placement precision and can adjust autonomously in real-time.

Flex 60-SW

Flex 60-SW is equipped with automatic weighing scales along with an interactive touch screen, revolutionizing picking accuracy in the warehouse.

Flex 300-SCB

Flex 300-SCB is the triple decker AMR and can be equipped with optional printers, RFID scanners, and barcode scanners. Flex 300-SCB is best suited to piece picking and sorting operations.

Max Lift Series

Max AMRs are suited for pallet- and case-picking for B2B store replenishments and B2C E-Commerce fulfillment or heavy-duty material movement at your manufacturing plant.

Flex 300-S RFID

Flex 300-S RFID integrates a touch-screen interface and a RFID scanner directly attached to the AMR. The software can be adapted to users’ needs with visuals, bar codes, item quantities, etc.