Forklift AGVs

Oceaneering’s Forklift Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are designed to lift and transport various load types for a range of industry applications. Our AGVs can drive, handle, and charge automatically and autonomously to meet a range of customer requirements.

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Fork Over Leg AGV

The CompactMoverTM Fork Over Leg AGV is designed to lift and transport various load types in a range of industry applications. The vehicle’s innovative configuration allows the AGV to maneuver in minimal space, giving you more room to work.

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    Drive speed

    6.2 ft/s / 1.9 m/s

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    Laser, magnet, infrastructure-free

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    Handling height

    0.29 - 3.61 ft /
    90 – 1100 mm

    Height does not include laser mast navigation.

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    Max payload

    2,205 lb / 1000 kg

Load Types and Applications

CompactMover Fork Over Leg
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Counterbalance Forklift AGV

The MaxMover stands out from other forklift AGVs by providing improved maneuverability, increased payload capacity, and an optimized battery system to meet job requirements. This vehicle uses an innovative, infrastructure-free navigation system, which is at home in both production and logistics environments. It eliminates the cost of conventional forklift collisions, safety incidents, and operator intervention.

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    Drive speed

    6.6 ft/s / 2 m/s 

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    Handling height

    Up to 196 in (5,000 mm), different mast options available

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    Max payload

    Up to 4,400 lb (2,000 kg) / 20 in (500 mm) load center

Load Types and Applications

MaxMover Counter Balance Forklift

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