Aicox facilitates development of robotics and optical inspection

Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are becoming a new normal by helping automate and drive efficiencies in the simple yet technologically complex process of moving assets and resources in warehousing, logistics, and manufacturing environments.

The market for autonomous robots is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate of 43 percent starting in 2022, reaching a valuation of USD 18B by 2027 with an install base of 2.4M units worldwide. This growth is driven by a surge in e-commerce over the past several years, with a global consumer base that expects fast delivery amid disruptive labor shortages.

With the robotics market growing exponentially, Advantech’s ARK-2251 and MIO-5377 modules powered by Intel offer solution providers powerful new ways to take advantage of this opportunity.


Advantech solutions with 13th Gen Intel® Core™ mobile processors.


Advantech MIO-5377

  • 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processor with up to 14 cores and 15W to 28W TDP.
  •  Intel® Iris® Xe graphics with up to 96 graphics
    execution units (EUs).
  • Dual-channel DDR5-4800 memory.
  • USB4 Type-C connector.
  •  4x UART, 3x I2C, 2x CAN bus connectors (all 1 Mbps).
  •  Wi-Fi 6E ready and 5G ready.
  •  IPC-A-610 assembly process.

Advantech ARK-2251

  •  13th Gen Intel Core mobile processor with up to 10
    cores and 15W TDP.
  • Intel Iris Xe graphics with up to 96 graphics EUs.
  • Dual-channel DDR5-4800 memory.
  •  3x Intel® GbE with Power over Ethernet (PoE), 6x
    USB 3.1, 6x RS-232/422/485, 2x HDMI, 2x CAN bus.
  • Optional I/O expansion with Advantech iDoor modules.
  • -20°C to 60°C operating temperature, fanless design.


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