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By MMH Staff · October 29, 2018
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By MMH Staff · October 21, 2018
Expands smart robotics portfolio to help warehousing operations fulfill growing e-commerce orders more efficiently
By MMH Staff · October 19, 2018
Among other automation and robotics projects, the organizations will collaborate on the deployment of mobile manipulation solutions with robots that can both pick up and transport goods.
By MMH Staff · October 12, 2018
The automatic guided vehicles ensure accuracy, repeatability and security
By MMH Staff · October 12, 2018
GE improves material flow with automatic guided vehicles in the GE Healthcare 280,000-square-foot facility
By MMH Staff · October 3, 2018
Representatives from AGVS member companies are there to promote AGVS technology to the packaging industry.
By Josh Bond · September 6, 2018
Capable of learning, adapting and decision-making, autonomous industrial vehicles of all kinds could become fundamental fixtures of warehousing and distribution operations.
By MMH Staff · June 29, 2018
Scott Group strengthens U.S. presence with acquisition of AGV manufacturer founded in 1982.
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By MMH Staff · April 23, 2018
The drive for higher levels of productivity has caused some AGV manufacturers to select larger batteries that can last longer between recharge periods. AGV White Paper, Automatic Guided Vehicle White Paper, Automated Vehicle White Paper, Autonomous Warehouse Robots.
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By Bridget McCrea · April 11, 2018
Having now traveled the equivalent of 40 times around the earth, Seegrid’s vision-guided vehicles (VGVs) have logged more infrastructure-free miles at customer sites than any other infrastructure-free AGV company. Seegrid Modex announcement, Seegrid Automatic Guided Vehicles safety
<p>Dean Stavraka, director of business development, feeds totes to an A-frame that fills them in less than a second.</p> By Josh Bond · April 10, 2018
If your operation has a difficult or unusual automatic guided vehicle (AGV) application that might be called, well, “ugly,” then SI Systems (Booth B4857) can develop a pretty nifty solution, said Jim English, senior conveyance applications engineer.
<p>Jayesh Mehta, of Transbotics, with the natural navigation lift truck demo at that the Transbotics booth.</p> By Roberto Michel · April 10, 2018
Transbotics Corp. (Booth B5047) displayed an automatic guided vehicle (AGV) lift truck that uses natural navigation technology, rather than needing special reflectors or markers.
<p>Matt Carlson, VP of business development for Wibotic (at left) and Jason Walker, CEO of Waypoint Robotics (booth C2549), with a Waypoint mobile autonomous robot next to an Enzone wireless charging dock.</p>

By Roberto Michel · April 9, 2018
Waypoint (Booth C2549) launched EnZone, a wireless power system for autonomous mobile robots, at a Monday press conference.
By Chris Lewis · March 12, 2018
As product storage, sorting and replenishment methods continue to evolve, food and beverage warehouses are embracing five technology trends.
By Josh Bond · January 19, 2018
Forget what you thought you knew about AGVs. Mobile robot start-ups and half-century industry veterans alike are delivering a new generation of autonomous coworkers.

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