A Close Look At The Latest Research Trends Within The Automated Guided Vehicle

Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are autonomous mobile robotic driver-less vehicles employed in industries for material handling. The first AGV was developed by A.M. Barrett, Jr. in 1954 which navigated by following wires mounted in factory ceiling. This was employed in his industry, Barrett Electronics. Now the technology is developed to perform multiple tasks and equipped with 3D vision guidance system. With the introduction and development of industry automation or Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in the modern era these found a major place in manufacturing industries and distribution centers.

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Nowadays battery-less AGV is gaining the market due to battery free operation and relief from charging. These AGVs can work for longer shifts without compromise in their efficiency and reliability. Thereby, increasing the Return on Investment (ROI) and decreasing operational costs. Few AGV OEMs are developing and manufacturing products with voice directed picking system that enables them to take order on floor and perform the tasks accordingly. 

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