One application, many possibilities

With Vizyr, mobile robots deployments has never been so easy.

User-friendly interface

Vizyr offers a beautiful and user-friendly web interface. Easy-to use and accessible from all kind of devices (desktop, tablet and smartphone). With this application you can overview, configure and control your entire fleet of mobile robots. If you need more control, <strong>Vizyr also provides a graphic dashboard editor</strong> to create custom interfaces for your operators or supervisors.

Customizable behaviours

To define what your robots should do, Vizyr has an editor to define missions graphically. By combining action blocks and condition blocks you can simply describe new behaviours for your robots.

Mission dispatch

<strong>Dispatch missions to your fleet with a simple API call</strong>. This means that a mission can be dispatched by any application (ERP, WMS, MES) or device that can send web requests: smartphone, smartwatche, tablet, sensor, WiFi button...

Advanced navigation

Vizyr provides a graphical editor to define how your robots should navigate in your facilities. Create one-way or two-way roads with speed limits, forbidden areas, charging stations and other special zones. You can create <strong>differents layers of map and affect each one to specific robots</strong>. Advanced navigation behaviours are also available: high speed ways, crossings, roundabouts, parking lots...

Detailed user management

On bigger deployments with dozens of mobile robots and hundreds of users you need to <strong>define precise permissions</strong>. Good news, this is already embedded in Vizyr. You can allocate robots to certain user groups, limit access to some configuration tools, create per-user dashboards...

Simulate and optimize

Sometimes it's hard to define how many robots you need or if they are really used at their full potential. Vizyr includes a simulator that let you try things without touching the real robots. Delete a robot, add a new one, update models or change the configuration. Test it in simulation and see if you can improve your process.