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Automated guided robot for warehouse automation/sorting
1. Freight: AGV automatically transports goods from storage locations in the warehouse to sorting, handling or delivery locations. The AGV can move according to the schedule or instructions from the warehouse management system and precise positioning to bring the goods to the right location.
2. Cargo storage and extraction: AGVs can automatically store and extract goods in storage areas. They are capable of precise movement and positioning, which optimizes storage space and enhances efficiency during cargo extraction.
3. Sorting and arranging goods: AGVs can automatically sort and arrange goods to respective compartments, crates or pallets. They can be equipped with sensors and barcode scanning systems to recognize and determine the exact location of the goods, then move and place them in the corresponding position.
4. Check and position goods: During warehouse management process, AGVs can be equipped with measuring devices, barcode scanners or camera systems to collect information about goods and determine their exact location.
1. Accuracy: The AGV has a positioning accuracy of +/- 5 mm, ensuring the correct placement of goods.
2. Load limit: AGV is capable of transporting goods with a weight from 500 kg to 2.5 tons, depending on the specific model and design.
3. Navigation mode: AGVs typically use laser positioning systems or simultaneous location and mapping (SLAMs) for precise positioning and navigation.
4. Safety mode: AGV is equipped with a safety sensor system, including contact sensor, infrared sensor and collision avoidance system, helping to ensure the safety of goods and staff.
5. Running speed: AGV has running speed from 0.5 m/s to 2 m/s, depending on requirements and working environment.
6. Stop error: AGV achieves stopping accuracy in the range of +/- 10 mm, which ensures accurate placement of goods in the target position.
7. Number of Robots in the same area: The AGV system is capable of managing and coordinating from 10 to 50 robots in the same working area.
8. Connect with other systems: AGV has the ability to connect and interact with warehouse management systems (WMS), ERP systems and other devices or sensors through communication protocols such as Ethernet, Modbus or Profinet.
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1. Positioning System: AGVs are typically equipped with positioning systems to determine their precise location in space. Common positioning technologies include GPS (Global Positioning System), indoor positioning systems (SLAM), laser sensors, and infrared positioning systems.
2. Sensors and Collision Avoidance System: AGVs are commonly equipped with sensors and collision avoidance systems to detect obstacles and prevent unwanted collisions. Sensors may include contact sensors, infrared sensors, ultrasonic sensors, and scanning sensors.
3. Barcode Scanners: Barcode scanners are used to identify and read barcodes on goods or work areas. AGVs use barcode information to determine location and process transportation and sorting requests.
4. Control and Processing System: AGVs are equipped with control and information processing systems to coordinate operations, calculate movement paths, and handle related tasks. This system is typically provided by powerful processors and control software.
5. Battery and Charging System: AGVs are usually equipped with batteries or battery systems to provide energy for their movement operations. Charging systems are used to recharge the batteries when needed.
6. Navigation and Movement System: AGVs have components and specialized mechanisms for movement, such as wheels, motors, and control systems, to perform tasks in a flexible and precise manner.
1. AGV Management: The Fleet Management system allows for the management of basic information about AGVs, such as quantity, location, operational status, and health condition. It helps monitor and control the entire AGV system in the warehouse to ensure performance and operational readiness.
2. Task Coordination: The Fleet Management system enables scheduling and assignment of tasks to individual AGVs based on the requirements of Warehouse Automation and Sortation processes. It helps coordinate and optimize the movement of goods, increasing productivity and reducing waiting time.
3. Routing and Movement Planning: The Fleet Management system utilizes information about the location, status, and requirements of goods to determine routes and plan movements for each AGV. It optimizes the travel path, minimizing unnecessary travel time and distance.
4. Monitoring and Reporting: The Fleet Management system monitors and records data about the operations of each AGV, including information on speed, operating time, quantity, and status of transported goods. It provides comprehensive reports on operational performance, incidents, and resource utilization, enabling managers to make data-driven decisions.
5. Interaction and Integration: The Fleet Management system has the capability to interact and integrate with other systems in the Warehouse Automation and Sortation environment. It can connect with Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), ERP systems, and other devices and sensors to facilitate communication and share critical information.
6. Incident Management and Maintenance: The Fleet Management system helps manage incidents and maintenance of AGVs by monitoring and recording errors, alerts, and periodic maintenance information. It can provide notifications and plan maintenance activities to ensure the stability and continuous operation of the AGV system.
1. Trolley: A trolley is a simple mechanical device used to transport trays or crates. AGVs can be designed to pull or push these trolleys to move goods within a warehouse.
2. Kitting Cart: A kitting cart is a specialized cart used to organize and transport components necessary for assembly or processing of goods. AGVs can be used to tow or push kitting carts from one location to another during the kitting and assembly process.
3. Conveyor: A conveyor is an automated mechanical system used to move goods from one point to another in the sorting process. AGVs can work in conjunction with conveyor systems to receive items from the conveyor and place them at the correct location during the sorting process.
4. Lift: A lift is a mechanical device used to raise or lower goods to different levels within a warehouse. AGVs can be used to load and move goods onto or off of lifts during warehouse management and storage operations.
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