TransboticsNatural Feature Guidance Technology
Natural feature navigation hallmark of new AGVs
A new, natural feature guidance technology from Transbotics eliminates the need for reflectors or markers to be added to an existing environment for the navigation of forklift-style automatic guided vehicles.
The guidance system also reduces installation time, costs and impact on current operations while expanding existing systems that use other navigation technologies.
Travel paths can be easily and freely arranged and rearranged to suit changing operational needs.
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Since 1982, Transbotics Corporation has specialized in the design, development, installation and support of Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Automated Guided Carts (AGC’s) and transportation robots, including custom engineered vehicles to provide proven, reliable material handling solutions and warehouse management products.
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3400 Latrobe Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Tel: 1 (704) 362-1115
Fax: 1 (704) 364-4039
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