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Constraints. Space. Load. Capacity. Costs. Operating hours. Transport solutions. Clear floorspace No floor deck construction Simple installation High availability/reliability Flexible performance increments Short installation times Simple expansion.

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Constraints

Space

Load

Capacity

Costs

Operating hours

advantages of an automated guided vehicle system
Clear floorspace

No floor deck construction

Simple installation

High availability/reliability

Flexible performance increments

Short installation times

Simple expansion

Advantages of an automated guided vehicle system
cost effectiveness considerations
Cost-effectiveness considerations

Manned Automated

forklift Transport (typical)

Investment cost 100%400%

Manning costs 100%5%

Maintenance 100%200%

Transport damage 100%5%

Single shift

Two shift

Three shift

Stacker

Stacker

Investment

Investment

Stacker

Investment

AGV

AGV

AGV

Years

Years

Years

the automated guided vehicle agv system

6

2

4

3

5

6

7

6

1

2

5

The automated guided vehicle (AGV) system

1 = Automated guided vehicle (AGV)

2 = Load transfer positions

3 = Load handling equipment

4 = Load devices

5 = Guide track

(laser, inductive, optical)

6 = Data transmission

7 = Management system

application areas and load handling variations
Application areas and load handling variations

Distribution

Warehousing

Manufacturing

Assembly

Fork lift trucks

Lift table

Transverse forks

Rollers

Hospitals

Assembly lines

Store operation

vehicle functions
Vehicle functions
  • Data exchange
    • Infrared
    • Radio
  • Man / vehicle functions
    • Inputs made via operator panel with its keyboard and display
    • Destination input to the vehicle
    • Plug-in manual control and diagnosis module
  • Special functions
    • Battery reserve monitoring
    • Control of battery charging
    • Obstacle recognition
  • Route (destination) finding
    • High vehicle intelligence
    • Travel route topology stored in the vehicle
    • Destination code processing
    • Load-sensing and empty location recognition
  • Load handling
    • Load acceptance
    • Load depositing
    • Load monitoring
    • Load transfer synchronization
  • Guide track following
  • Guided movements using:
    • optical track
    • inductive track
    • "free-flight" (partly guide-trackless)
    • "free-navigation" (guide-trackless
  • Travel control
    • Speed
    • Safety gap maintenance
    • Collision protection
safety elements
Safety elements

Audible signal

Flasher

Emergency stop

Protective bar

Status indicator

Photobarrier

Obstacle sensor

Protective bar

Side protection

rails

control concept
Control concept

PHS management computer

Visualization

Modem

Terminal

Log printer

Peripheral

devices

agv task allocation
AGV task allocation

PHS management computer

HOST

AGVs

Customer

Control

centre

Transport

request

Transport order

agv task allocation13

TAXI

AGV task allocation

Collection point

(source)

Destination

'from' / 'to' order

Vehicle knows

the street network

(layout)

Current

location

Crossing

management

use of the drive batteries
Use of the drive batteries

Cyclic operation

(for 24 hours operation)

Operation from reserves

(with interim recharging

(for 8-16 hours operation)

Operation from reserves

(for 8-14 hours)

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Project implementation phases

FUNCTIONAL

ACCEPTANCE 2

by customer

on site

FUNCTIONAL

ACCEPTANCE 1

by customer

at PMH

Performance and

availability test

Acceptance

of subcon-

tracted items

Quote request

Order placing

Subcontracting

PMH know-how

Long-term test

of individual

components

Engineering

design of

subsystems

Assembly

Commis-

sioning

Vehicle

test

Manufacture

Order

specification

Install

software

Integration

with

application

software

Modify

standard software

System

design

Design

Software

Trial runs

Needs

Constraints

Testing

application

software

Programming

application

software

Quality assurance

Technical

training

Joint work

comms'g

Joint work

testing

Technical

training

Monitoring of

the trial runs

Customer training

professional project management
Professional project management

Customer

Sales

Engineering

Planning and

simulation

Software/

control system

Market

Project management

Technical

System-

configuration

AGV

Responsibility for:

- functionality

- delivery date

- costs

Production/

commissioning

Subcontractors

pmh service
PMH-Service

Customer service

Spare parts

service

Maintenance

Assistance

Remedial

maintenance

Program

maintenance

Full

maintenance

Remote

maintenance

On call

intervention

Periodic

On-site team