Omnidirectional Robots

Omnidirectional robots can move freely in any direction and even change their orientation while driving.

This makes them ideal for tight and angled environments and applications where robot arms or tools need to be moved parallel to the work area.

Differential Robots

Mobile robots with differential drives can turn on the spot and thus navigate through bottlenecks if necessary. However, their strength lies more in long journeys with smooth accelerations.

These robots are considerably cheaper than omnidirectional systems and are mainly used for transports of all kinds.