The Ronavi Robot of the TechnoSpark Group Has Successfully Passed Tests in the Gazprom Neft Logistics Complex

15 September 2020

The Ronavi H1500 logistics robot has been tested in a robotic multi-level storage warehouse with an automatic electric stacker. The project has been implemented in August 2020 at the site of the digital logistics space of the Gazprom Neft Moscow refinery. Ronavi Robotics is part of the TechnoSpark Group of Companies, which is part of the investment network of the RUSNANO’s Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.

The Ronavi H1500 logistics robot

The Ronavi H1500 logistics robot
Photo: press service of Gazprom Neft

The H1500 robot is designed for autonomous operation in pallet or rack storage warehouses. The robot delivers the cargo to the static order collection area and takes it back, thus increasing the productivity of the human employee 5-8 times. 

“Recently, we have been increasingly receiving requests for production logistics robotization, when it is necessary to transfer cargo from one production site to another, or the warehouse of finished products without human participation. The robot allows to save the employees serving this site from the routine operation,” said Ivan Borodin, Director of Ronavi Robotics.

During the tests in the Gazprom Neft logistics space, a situation was simulated where the electric stacker pulls the pallet out of the parts storage area and transports it to the intermediate point on the cargo table. From there, the Ronavi H1500 robot, operated by the RMS system that integrates with MES/WMS, transports the pallet to the endpoint, in the procurement area.


The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was established in 2010 in accordance with Federal Law No. 211-FZ “On reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies.” The Fund aims to develop the innovative infrastructure in the sphere of nanotechnology and implement the educational and infrastructure programs already started by RUSNANO.

The supreme collegial management body of the Fund is the Supervisory Board. Under the Fund’s Charter, the competence of the Supervisory Council, in particular, includes the issues of determining the priority directions of the Fund’s activity, as well as its strategy and budget. The Chairman of the Fund’s Executive Board, the collegial management body, is the Chairman of the Board of Management Company RUSNANO LLC Sergey Kulikov.

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The TechnoSpark Group of Companies, a part of the investment network of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs, is involved in all aspects of venture creation: from establishing a start-up to its sale. The TechnoSpark Group of Companies is in the hardware industry, working in areas, such as robotics in logistics, energy storage systems, hi-tech medical equipment, diamond optics, braided composites, optical and industrial surfaces, genomics, industrial microbiology, thin-film integrated photovoltaics, additive technologies and flexible electronics. The Group of Companies is in first place according to the National rating of Russia’s most effective technology parks and was included in the National Rating of Russian Fast-growing Technology Companies, TechUp 2019. It is also a part of the community of startup studios, the Global Startup Studio Network (GSSN).

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Ronavi Robotics (part of the TechnoSpark Group of the Investment Network of the RUSNANO’s Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs) is the first Russian company to develop, manufacture, and sell robots for independent operation in warehouses. Serial production of the AMR H1500 was launched in 2019 at two industrial sites, in Troitsk (Moscow) and Eindhoven (Netherlands) at the capacities of VDL ETG, one of the largest European engineering companies.