RoverLog® Automatic warehouse




Automated storage of large parts / containers

Easy integration into the existing building

Cost, time and space savings

High availability and security

Suitable for 3PL fulfillment

(Pre) sorting function

The RoverLog storage system was developed to automatically and efficiently store large-volume goods in a small space and to make them available again at the desired location (goods-to-man principle). It is integrated into the existing warehouse to save space. The system consists of various components that are connected to one another by a support / travel structure. The core of this are the RoverLogs, which move lengthways and crossways to bring the goods to the storage location and to form free-standing stacking columns there.

Industry sectors




Production logistics

Tire logistics

DIY and garden

car parts

Consumer electronics

Clothing, accessories, sporting goods

Housewares and gift items

Small furniture

The concept of the RoverLog warehouse system is to automate the storing of large-volume goods in a compact space and return to a specific location on request. (goods-to-man principle | Micro-Fulfillment | AS/RS Automated Storage/Retrieval Systems).  The RoverLogs move below the goods in the support structure in X and Y to the desired destination cell. At the destination, the bin is lifted-in and connected to the support structure. Our patented bins can, thanks to their quick lock system, build self-supporting stacks and thus enable a compact block storage. No extra shelf structure is required to stabilize the bin stacks. The goods can be delivered to any picking location. No additional sorter technology is required to distribute the goods. 

Examples of use

The RoverLog storage system enables different industries to store and retrieve large-volume goods automatically, efficiently and safely.



Technical data

Support structure

> Modular structure. Can be retrofitted and adapted to any building situation.
> The bins can be built up into a stable column thanks to the patented quick lock.
> No extra shelf required.
> Usable bin interior from (LxWxH) 1500mm x 730mm x 480mm to 720mm.
> Stackable up to 8,99 m from the floor.
> Up to 105kg payload per bin possible.
> The cell grid of the driving structure is (XxY) 1630mm x 940mm.

Storage and retrieval unit

> Travel speed in X and Y directions up to 2,5 m/s.
> Loads up to 800kg (740kg with conveyor) per stack
> Power supply through the support structure. No charging times necessary for the batteries.
> Conveyor with speed up to 0.3m/s.
> The RoverLog distributes the goods evenly in the bin
> Unlocks the bins in the stack as well as the bins in the support structure.
> Designed according to DIN EN 528.

Comissioning port

> 2 Versions: with (a) doors or (b) high-speed door
> Ergonomic loading and unloading of goods in load carrier inlays made of wood or cardboard.
> Stretch straps to protect goods from falling out.
> Power connection available on the port to connect your computer.
> Brake mechanics to secure and stop the RoverLogs safely and securely in entry and exit.
> Protection against unauthorized entry into the storage system.

Comissioning port tires

> Automatic contour control of goods.
> Conveying at a safe speed of 0.25m/s.
> goods are inserted at an ergonomic height of 800mm.
> Buffer space to continue picking work in case of busy warehouse.
> Electricity socket at the electrical cabinet, to power your devices.
> Protection against breaching safety zones.

Warehouse system

> Extendable to changing needs.
> The position of RoverLogs and bins are tracked absolute and can be easily restored even after a power failure.
> The maintenance area allows quick and easy on-site maintenance.
> Recuperation during bin removal.
> The storage system complies with BGR 234.
> Safety concept checked by


> The RoverLog system is controlled by the customer warehouse management software.
> Optimized route planning for RoverLogs.
> RoverLogs work cooperatively to process orders.
> Order preparation without staff
> Automatic weight control for every grid cell.
The RoverLog system can be controlled using the operating system-independent graphical user interface (GUI).
The following actions are possible:
> Manual control of a RoverLog
> Security controls
> Maintenance work
> System start and correction of errors