Transbotics, a sister company to RobotWorx, has supported and installed Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGV) and Carts (AGC) across the globe since 1982. They have served industries such as aerospace, automotive, food and beverage, and primary metals. When necessary, Transbotics also creates custom material handling solutions for production and warehousing.
Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGV) are equipped with the latest navigation technologies and control systems to provide a driverless, computer-controlled vehicle. AGVs used the highest degree of complex routing and guidance navigation to move materials through a specific pickup and delivery routine.
There are a variety of types available such as fork-style, conveyor, tugger/tow, unit load/conveyor, heavy load, assembly line, and engineered-to-order (custom) vehicle types. Among these varieties there are a wide range of options to best suit your specific needs such as tricycle steering, quad-steering, laser guidance, magnetic tape, natural navigation, wire guidance or magnetic spot guidance.
Assembly AGVs help to provide the necessary ergonomics and design to further improve your assembly line or replace a traditional in-floor tow line. They can be tape, laser, spot, or wire guided providing maximum flexibility based on your floor layout needs. Check out the assembly AGVs Transbotics has to offer here.
If your production, manufacturing, or distribution line is in need of a more efficient solution for the pick-up and delivery of materials such as pallets, drums, skidded items, totes/boxes, then look no further than the Unit Load and Conveyor Vehicles. These come in a variety of sizes and load capacities to adjust to your specific needs on the conveyor line, palletizing cell, and more. Customer’s commonly use these vehicles when there is a load transfer to or from a stationary conveyor as the AGV can connect stationary conveyors with other conveyors. If there is a height difference between conveyors, then the Combination Conveyor/Lift Deck type AGV will work perfectly for your needs. The AGVs solution provides valuable floor space and flexibility for future changes in the manufacturing process. You may also what to consider a Tailor-Made AGVs for a more customized solution.
Transbotics specializes in Engineered-To-Order Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs) and Automatic Guided Carts (AGCs), Tailor-Made™. We can help integrated Transbotics AGVs with other types of automation equipment and software to provide the best solution for every customer’s specific needs.
If you are seeking large capacity vehicles for industries such as steel, aluminum, or paper mills, then check out the Transbotics offerings here. These provide safe and reliable movement of large or cumbersome loads.
The Fork Lift and Roll Handling AGVs can move various payloads to include pallets and skidded items. These would automatically pick-up and deliver the items at floor-level or at stands, racks, and conveyors. They are commonly used in Very narrow-aisle (VNA) and deep-lane stacking applications.
Tugger AGVs provide solutions for light or heavy duty applications in a variety of industries, including aerospace, new spring and publishing, and primary metals.
Automated Guided Carts (AGCs) are designed and installed for a variety of industries including automotive, food/beverage, and manufacturing. AGCs can be used as an assembly system or to transport materials within your facility. They use magnetic tape or bar gor guidance with different types of collision avoidance for programmable delivery routines to pickup and drop off materials at specified locations.
At RobotWorx, we are proud to be a part of this global manufacturing team. These diverse sister companies, located across the globe, help us better cater to our customer’s needs; we work hard to hear our customer’s specific requests and provide the perfect automation system.
Our team of experts at RobotWorx and Transbotics is looking forward to working together to ensure fast deliveries of top-quality products and guarantee customer satisfaction.
To learn more about Transbotics and what they offer, please visit their website or call us at 740-251-4312 to discuss.