Automate your fleet of AGVs and Mobile Robots with one solution for your entire Smart Factory.
Automate your AGVs & Mobile Robots with a single solution for your entire Smart E-commerce Warehouse
By using high-reach AGVs, Seraphim Solar System have improved accuracy and efficiency in their warehouse. Hangcha has delivered the AGV system which is based on technology from Kollmorgen. Seraphim’s overall warehouse utilization increased by 40%,…
AGVs & Mobile Robots are adapted for different load requirements. The most common vehicles are fork lifts, high reach forklifts, mobile robots, tuggers, piggyback roller table and piggyback lift table.
AGVs & Mobile Robots have different wheel configurations. There are three basic setups – Steer drive, Quad drive and Differential drive.
The AGV system receives a transport order. The order is allocated to a vehicle, the load is picked up, transported to drop off position and dropped off. The order is finished and the vehicle is ready to receive a new order.
An AGV system consists of three main elements: System, Vehicles and Tools
System – flow control, traffic control, integration
Vehicle – software, controller, sensors
Tools – design & service
AGVs & Mobile Robots navigate in different ways: natural, reflector, spot, magnetic tape, inductive wire, bar code or by combining technologies - multi-navigation.
AGVs & Mobile Robots operate in many different applications: manufacturing, logistics & warehousing, e-commerce, hospitals, parking and many more.
AGVs & Mobile Robots handle logistics flows autonomously. They increase both efficiency and safety and are essential for Industry 4.0.
The first priority in AGV applications is safety!
Safety sensors have multiple safety fields. The main fields are stop field nd slow down field. The fields are configured by speed and steering angle.
Yeefung, an AGV partner to Kollmorgen, has developed a new generation of their car parking robot. An AGV system is a perfect solution for automated parking in tight areas.