AGV Solutions

Our AGV solutions consist of one or more vehicles, advanced control software, and supporting infrastructure, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Integration management ensures that these turnkey logistic systems are optimized to suit customer needs and seamlessly interface with other processes.

Working to the highest standards, our development process is focused on quality from the start. The result is safe and robust solutions with optimized total cost of ownership throughout their lifecycle.

Our comprehensive standard AGV range offers three vehicle product lines. Each features a wide range of standard modules, which enables the design of tailored solutions with reduced lead time.

The commonality across our AGVs reduces the time needed to train operational and maintenance personnel and consolidates spare parts inventory.

To create the best solution for your application, we select one of several proven navigation technologies (magnet grid, laser, or landmark). By determining the correct fit for an operation, we increase reliability and uptime, even under harsh environmental conditions.

AGV Product Lines

CompactMover™ Vehicle

With maximum maneuverability and the ability to move small, light loads up to 2,000 kg (4,400 lb), such as pallets, metal boxes, and plastic totes, these multi-load vehicles are available with a variety of load-handling devices.

MaxMover™ Vehicle

These vehicles, the most popular of which are automated forklifts, transport heavy loads of various sizes and types up to 7,000 kg (15,400 lb). Depending on the application, we provide many load-handling device variants, which are available as single- or dual-load vehicles.

UniMover™ Vehicle

Available in a wide range of sizes and with varied carrying capacities up to 3,000 kg (6,600 lb), these are tunneling vehicles that drive beneath a load, lift it, and transport it to a destination.

In addition to our standard AGV range, we offer customized special carriers adapted to specific loads and applications. These turnkey engineering designs are based on operating environments, production processes, and requirements.