These Automated Guided Robot vehicles have comprehensive obstacle recognition and interface software, safety is paramount and to support this the vehicles have 360° optical sensors to navigate through both human and other automated traffic. Warning lights, alarms and vocal warnings help keep every journey safe and pedestrians warned of the vehicle’s presence and pathway.

Whether delivering meals or picking up laundry in a hospital to lifting heavy loads in a manufacturing process, the Automated Guided Vehicles operates safely and efficiently. Applications are endless, if anything needs to be moved regularly, an automated guided vehicle can be designed and programmed to streamline the process. The technology is very advanced, an AGV can, for example, interface with security doors, operate a service lift, and return to base to charge the batteries delegating its work to another unit.

Vehicles for clinics and hospitals

We supply stainless steel automated guided vehicles (AGV) for hospitals or clinical areas. All bodywork and lift devices are protection class IP54. The vehicles are protected against splash water and can be disinfected with hot steam on all faces—including the underside. The use of AC makes the encapsulated drive very quiet.

Motormouse

The Motormouse series has a high level of functionality at a cost which is well below traditional vehicle systems. These vehicles can be supplied with a variety of load handling devices and equipped for almost any transport task in industry. The modular construction and robust components make this type of vehicle particularly maintenance and service friendly.

Stackers - Fork - lift - Fork Trucks

Pallets, frame boxes, and many other containers can be picked up and placed in elevated storage locations or at floor level. The tight turning radius allows manoeuvrability in limited space conditions. The lifting forks are positioned directly above the stabilising arms for balancing weight distribution.

Vehicles made of stainless steel

Hospitals, clinics and food production facilities have specific requirements for hygiene and safety. Automated guided vehicles (AGVs) in stainless steel can be specifically manufactured with sealed covers and lifting devices to meet water protection class IP54. This allows the vehicles to be disinfected with hot steam on all faces including the underside.

Vehicles for pharmaceutical production

In pharmaceutical production, automated guided vehicle systems (AGVs) are available specifically designed to conform to CGMP and FDA requirements. They can be adapted to various cleanliness classes and can also be used in clean rooms. A sealed unit system guarantees they do not emit gases or dust particles into any clean environment.

Vehicles for clean rooms

All automated guided vehicle systems (AGVS) can be converted to meet various cleanliness classes. Gas-free batteries and a sealed housing system ensure that they do not emit any dust particles or gases into the clean environment.

Vehicles for outdoor use

When AGVS are used for outdoor areas, they can be designed to endure all types of weather. The Caesar P-14 Mr can navigate freely and developed as a specialised outdoor vehicle to operate at winter temperatures down to -20 °C. To shield any sensitive material being transported, the vehicle has an automatic sliding cover and is completely designed to meet protection class IP54. The two-section cover is opened and closed by hydraulic motors. 

Vehicles for the paper industry

Paper rolls often weigh several tonnes. Heavy and sensitive materials for transport require exact and careful handling when being lifted, transported and placed in position. The forks on the Phoenix series vehicles can automatically adjust, allowing the vehicles to accept rolls of various diameters. To this end, the roll diameter is measured by a specialized sensor. The lift equipment on Phoenix vehicles accommodates paper rolls to be picked up from floor level.

Vehicles for paper rolls

The CAESAR model AGV is equipped with automatically adjustable prismatic forks in the horizontal position. This allows rolls of various diameters to be picked up. Using a sensor, the roll diameter is measured and the forks adjust automatically.

Optionally two roller conveyors can be installed, in parallel, above the prismatic forks enabling the vehicle to transport pallets.