20 - 24 April
Currently the most important sensors for trackguiding Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) work with artificial landmarks. These sensors are guide wires and / or transponders within the ground, painted lines, but also colour markings on the walls, detetcted by laser scanners or 2- D marks on the ceiling, recorded by a camera on the vehicle. For outdoor areas our GNSS satellite systems offer high accuracy.
The antenna is used for the localization and track guidance of automated guided vehicles (AGV) or cranes. All settings, calibrations and software updates necessary ...
During the operation of automated guided vehicles (AGV) there often is a demand to let the vehicle play notification sounds at specified positions throughout the ...
The Götting magnet sensor HG G-19600ZA detects the magnetic field above a magnetic tape in horizontal and vertical direction and continuously calculates the actual ...
For track guiding of automated vehicles, inductive
guidance systems have proven to be very reliable.
A frequency generator feeds a current into a guide
wire installed ...
The transponder-antenna is used in identification systems with positioning. When a transponder enters reception range 2 the antenna outputs the transponder's code. ...
KATE is a small AGV for automatically carrying loads up to approx. 50 kg, e.g. small carrier loads (400 x 600 mm).
The system is based on the Götting Control Unit HG G-61430YD.
The system uses RTK DGNSS to calculate highly accurate positions (GNSS = Global Navigation Satellite ...
Der Auswerter HG 73840ZA ist Bestandteil eines optischen Spurführungssystems zur Führung von Fahrerlosen Transport-Fahrzeugen (FTF) entlang einer Linie. Er wertet ...
The department FOX develops complete vehicle systems, covering driver assistance as well as entire autonomous transportation systems, including even the vehicles. ...
The product portfolio is completed by advanced radio data modems which are used for communication between AGVs (peer-to-peer) or between AGV and a higher-level master ...