MiR1000 is designed to automate and optimize the internal transportation of heavy duties and pallets. With a total payload of 1000 kg, this is MiR’s most powerful robot, and even in highly dynamic environments it can transport heavy loads without any exterior safety measures.
Efficient and safe navigation optimizes the logistics
The collaborative and autonomous MiR1000 safely maneuvers around all kinds of obstacles and should a person walk directly out in front of it, it will stop. With advanced technology and sophisticated software, the robot can navigate autonomously and choose the most efficient route to its destination. When encountering obstacles, the robot automatically redirects and can reroute in order to prevent stopping or delaying the delivery of materials.
MiR1000 is equipped with the newest laser-scanner technology and has optimal safety with 360 degrees vision around itself. Two 3D cameras in the front enables the robot to see from 30 to 2.000 mm. above the floor, and two sensors in each corner contribute to the robot’s ability to see pallets and other obstacles that are so low that they otherwise can be hard for robots to detect.
Automation of pallet transportation
MiR1000 has, with specially designed pallet lifters from MiR, the ability to pick-up, transport and deliver pallets automatically. Thereby, the collaborative robot is a safe alternative to traditional pallet lifters and trucks, which many companies wish to get away from the factory floor, since they often compose a safety risk. At the same time the MiR1000 does not require any operating crew in opposition to the more traditional pallet lifters, and because of this it optimizes the pallet transportation and give the employees time to do more productive tasks.
Flexibility and user-friendliness increase the applications
The user-friendly MiR1000 gives you full control over and ownership of the robot from the beginning. MiR1000 is operated by the intuitive MiR Robot Interface via smartphone, tablet, or computer and can be programmed based on previous experiences. The robot can be integrated into your ERP-system giving you the opportunity to create fully automized solutions. Moreover, the robot can be included in the MiR Fleet alongside the rest of MiR’s robots so the different robots can be operated in the same fleet.
According to your need you can quickly and easily change the top modules for the MiR1000, that for example can be equipped with pallet forks, conveyors, a robot arm or other applications.
A robust robot for the industry
MiR1000 lives up to EN/ISO 13489 and the EMC requirements for industrial and slightly industrial use. The strong MiR1000 is designed for the industry, with a robust outer that can withstand fallen objects.
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For internal transportation of heavy loads and pallets within the industry and logistics
Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)
RAL 9005 / Signal Black
Product design life
5 years or 20 000 hours, whichever comes first
Specifications may vary based on local conditions and application setup
1 350 mm | 53.1 in
910 mm | 35.8 in
322 mm | 12.7 in
231 kg | 509 lbs
40 mm | 1.2 in
1 249 x 789 mm | 49.2 in x 31 in
Dimensions for mounting top modules
Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger top module is required.
1 000 kg | 2 200 lbs
Footprint of payload
Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.
Total lifting capacity with a MiR EU-/US-/Shelf-lift installed:
1 000 kg | 2 200 lbs
Speed and performance
Maximum speed (with maximum payload on a flat surface)
1.2 m/s (4.3 km/h) | 3.9 ft/s (2.7 mph)
Minimum width for pivoting
With default setup: 2 600 mm | 102.4 in. With improved setup: 2 500 mm | 98.4 in
Minimum corridor width
With default footprint: 2 100 mm | 82.7 in
Minimum distance between chargers
750 mm | 29.5 in, if the robot can approach the charger in an angle of 80-100° to the wall
Active operating time with no payload
Battery and charger
MiR Charge 48V, Battery Charger 48V 12A , Cable Charger Lite 48V 3A
MiR Charge 48V
The robot communicates with MiR Charge 48V through CAN interface. Charging starts only when the robot connection is present.
Charging current, MiR Charge 48V
Up to 40 A depending on battery temperature and constant voltage ramping down towards end of charge cycle.
Charging current, cable charger
12 A or 3 A
Charging time with cable charger
2 hours with 20 A charger. 3.5 hours with 12 A charger
2 kWh (40 Ah at 48 V)
Standby time (robot is on and idle)
26 hours (100 to 0%)
Ambient temperature range, operation
5°C to 40°C | 41°F to 104°F according to ISO3691-4 section 4.1.2
Ambient temperature range, storage
-10°C to 60°C |14°F to 140°F
For indoor use only
Can withstand driving through small puddles of water on the floor, maximum 4 mm deep. Wet floors should be risk assessed as braking distance can be affected.
EN 12895:2015 and EN 61000-6-4:2018
Five safety functions according to ISO 13849-1. MiR1000 stops if a safety function is triggered
Personnel detection safety function
Triggered by a human or other obstacle in the path of travel.
Triggered by pressing the Emergency stop button.
Prevents the robot from driving faster than the predefined safety limit
4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs, 1 Ethernet port
Dual-band wireless AC/G/N/B
Router: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Internal computer: WiFi adapter: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2 internal antennas.
SICK safety laser scanners
2 pcs microScan3 (front and rear) 360° visual protection around robot
2 pcs 3D camera Intel RealSense™ D435.FoV height: 1 700 mm | 66.9 inFoV distance in front of robot: 950 mm | 37.4 inFoV horizontal angle: 114°FoV minimum distance in front of robot for ground view: 250 mm | 9.8 in
Power for top modules
48 V / 20 A, 48 V SafePWR / 20 A shared, 24 V / 2A.