AUTOMATED GUIDED VEHICLE SYSTEM AGVS AGVS is a Computer Controlled Non manned Electric Powered Vehicle Capable of Handling Material Figure PDF document - DocSlides

AUTOMATED GUIDED VEHICLE SYSTEM AGVS AGVS is a Computer Controlled Non manned Electric Powered Vehicle Capable of Handling Material Figure PDF document - DocSlides

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0 AUTOMATED GUIDED VEHICLE SYSTEM AGVS AGVS is a Computer Controlled Non manned Electric Powered Vehicle Capable of Handling Material Figure 31 Advantages of an automated guided vehicle system Clear floor space ID: 31097

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3.0 AUTOMATED GUIDED VEHICLE SYSTEM (AGVS) AGVS is a Computer Controlled, Non manned, Electric Powered Vehicle Capable of Handling Material Figure 3.1 : Advantages of an automated guided vehicle system Clear floor space No floor deck construction Simple installation High availability/reliability Flexible performance increments hort installation times Simple expansion 3.1 Vehicle functions x 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 x Route (destination) finding Hi gh vehicle intelligence Travel route topology stored in the vehicle Destination code processing Load sensing and empty location recognition
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x Guide track following Guided movements using: optical track inductive track "free flight" (partly guide trackless) free navigation" (guide trackless x Data exchange Infrared Radio x Special functions Battery reserve monitoring Control of battery charging Obstacle recognition x Load handling Load acceptance Load depositing Load monitoring Load transfer synchronization x Trav el control Speed Safety gap maintenance Collision protection 3.2 Control concept
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Figure 3.2 : Control concept of AGVS 3.3 Different Types of AGV x Fork x Tow/Tugger x Unit Load x Custo (a) (b)
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(c) (d) Figure 3.3 : Vehicles type: (a) Fork (b) Tow/Tugger (c) Unit Load (d) Custo 3.4 Guidance Methods 2SWLFDO Tracks contrasting color :LUH Embedded in floor ,QHUWLDO Gyro with magn ets in floor /DVHU Triangulation from reflective target 3.5 Charging Method 6WDQGDUG&KDUJLQJ%DWWHU\VZDS ,Q Vehicle (Opportunity) Charging ,QGXFWLYH&KDUJLQJ 3.6 Safety elements Figure 3.4 : Safety elements in AGVS
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3.7 AGV task allocati on Figure 3.5 : Task allocation of AGVS

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