AUTONOMY
IN LOGISTICS

HISTORY OF SEDNA SDV


We are a group of passionate engineers from various field such as mechatronics, mechanics, electric&electronics and industrial. When we see Industry 4.0 do really need more than just data gathering and automation. We want to do more. We imagine a group of mobile robots aka self-driving vehicles that can help material handling process.

All of our mobile robots are capable of Level 4 autonomy. They operate in a known environment by building occupancy grid map. They can learn restricted area in a map and also their recommended route to from point A to B. If they sense their battery level is not sufficient, they can decide to dock charing stations autonomously. With the help of the fast and opportunity charging feature, they can work 7/24.

STRATEGY OF WORK


We build our customers self-driving vehicles for material handling together.

CONCEPT OF CONSTRUCTION

We observe our customers in their workspace. We listen their problems and suggestions. We learn what is meaningful from them.

We join our experience and reflection of our customer needs. We keep brainstorming new ideas and concepts from lessons learned. And finally we finished our design concept.

We test our concepts both in our own factory and also with customers. We measure and collect all relevant metrics and results to improve our product.

OUR WORKING SPACE


We need some space. Maybe just more than you think!

So our mother company MND just build 2500 m2 closed area for R&D inside her second factory. In this area we have a lovely kitchen for our drinks and snacks. We may relaxed or take some power naps, in the chill out zone. Every person has their own space for being lone superhero. But when we need to join our forces we are using small round table or for bigger engineering wars we a flighting platform.

We also have a separate testing laboratory and a mechanical workshop that we love to mess up.

OUR APPLICATIONS


Some of our SDV (self-driving vehicle) and ACU (automatic charging unit) applications
Slim Unit load SDV
Slim unit load SDV with lower CoG and help ergonomics
Unitload SDV configuration
Unit load SDV that goes under a cart
Unit load SDV configuration
Unit load SDV for assembly lines
Unit load SDV for heavy loads
Unit load SDV for heavy payload up to 4000kg with non uniform loading
Unitload SDV
Unit load SDV for heavy payload up to 4000kg with high profile
Web UI on the kiosk
Web UI for calling tugger SDV
automatic charing station
Charing Station Automatic, Fast and Opportunity Charging
Web UI for error reporting
Web UI for error reporting
automatic charing station with unitload sdv
Automatic Charing Station An unitload SDV is docked
Web UI on the SDV
Web UI for SDV mission reports
Unit load SDV configuration
Unit load SDV that goes under a cart
Web UI for quick status checks
Web UI for quick status checks
Unit load SDV for heavy loads
Unit load SDV for heavy payload up to 4000kg
tugger SDV configuration
Tugger SDV software defined towing function
Tugger SDV
Tugger SDV that pulls up to 2 cars