Balyo designs, develops and markets totally innovative “smart” handling robots, with a unique integrated navigation technology.
Founded in 2006, Balyo is a robotics firm that provides a unique technology transforming standard forklift trucks into standalone intelligent robots, capable of working alongside human operators. Its navigation technology allows trucks to navigate in warehouses or factories, without any additional infrastructures.
In 2015, Balyo signed a partnership agreement with the European leader in material handling, Fenwick/ Linde, for the common commercialization of a unique range of intelligent robots. Balyo signed in 2016 a second partnership with the American specialist in material handling Yale / Hyster with an aim to growth increase in the Americas.
designs, develops and markets totally innovative “smart” handling robots, with a unique integrated navigation technology.
SOLUTION & SERVICES
The Driven by Balyo Technology is the result of 10 years of research and development in the robotics filed, bringing AGVs (Automated Guied Vehicles) to another level: robotics.
The Driven by Balyo Technology makes fixed and rigid AGVs, flexible and simple robot trucks that can perceive and interact in real-time with their environment taking decisions autonomously. The trucks’ smart safety systems make it possible, for the first time ever, for humans and robots to work together in a shared environment.
In line with the Warehouse and Factory 4.0 concepts, Balyo solution is fully connected to the customers’ systems (machines, ERP/WMS, doors, conveyors,…), and offers increased competitiveness in their goods handling operations.
Balyo already equips numerous renowned companies working in various fields, as ThyssenKrupp, DHL, Volkswagen, Procter & Gamble etc.
To better understand the technological breakthrough introduced by Balyo, check out their explanations videos on youtube.
BALYO IN NUMBERS
- Implanted in 3 countries (France, the US, Singapore)
- 60 employees
- €3 million of turnover in 2015
- €10 million fundraising in 2015