OTTO Motors named to Fast Company’s 2023 list of Most Innovative Companies
by CM Staff
OTTO Motors has an AMR fleet, with both flatbed and forklift AMRs capable of moving materials up to 4,200 lb.
KITCHENER — OTTO Motors, a provider of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), announced that it has been named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023 as a top 10 global robotics company.
“In 2008, we had this crazy idea that self-driving technology would revolutionize transportation inside factories and warehouses long before mainstream adoption,” said Matt Randall, Co-founder and CEO of OTTO Motors. “Our self-driving technology is powering an operational revolution for the world’s biggest manufacturers. It is an honor to be recognized for those achievements as one of Fast Company’s 2023 Most Innovative Companies. This award is a testament to the incredibly unique team here at OTTO Motors and the dedicated customers who are working with us to push their businesses forward and transform their industries.”
OTTO Motors’ vision is to try and create safer, more productive and more fulfilling workplaces by putting an OTTO AMR in every manufacturing facility in the world. OTTO Motors says they have solved material handling challenges for some of the largest companies in the world, including General Electric, Ford, Amway, The Hershey Company, and Berry Global. The company’s currently largest deployment involves 80+ robots working collaboratively. OTTO Motors has an AMR fleet, with both flatbed and forklift AMRs capable of moving materials up to 4,200 lb.
“What a strange and thrilling year it has been to honor this year’s Most Innovative Companies. This year’s list compiles some of the most cutting-edge groundbreakers who are changing our world every single day, from legacy organizations like McDonalds to upstarts like MrBeast and institutions such as NASA. Everyone on this list does something completely, uniquely different, yet, they all have one thing in common: innovation,” said Fast Company editor-in-chief Brendan Vaughan.
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