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AGV Fork Style (Autonomously-Guided)

Murata Machinery USA, Inc.’s autonomously-guided Fork-Style AGV, the Premex SLX, reduces the need for reflectors or other positioning devices for guidance updates. Because of the SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) technology used to guide these AGVS, they can be easily installed in existing production environments. Easy map creation minimizes layout work, making integration easier than ever. The AGV Fork Style vehicle features high speed, flexible travel in small places, as well as multiple driving capabilities.

With 360-degree turning, direct drive gear motors, capacity of 2,000 pounds, and a lifting height of 14’, this machine stands out from the rest. Plus, it can move at maximum speeds of up to 395 FPM and is equipped with three laser scanners for multi-directional safety monitoring.

The AGV Fork Style transportation solution is compatible with mobile and pallet rack loading and unloading and is built to last. To learn more about this solution, contact us today!

AGV Fork Style at a Glance

  • Easy Installation

This system reduces the need for reflectors or other positioning devices for guidance updates, allowing it to be easily installed in existing production environments.

  • Advanced Driving Capabilities

With 360-degree turning, direct drive gear motors, capacity of 2,000 pounds, and a lifting height of 14’, this solution stands out from the rest.

  • Multi-Directional Monitoring

This transportation solution features three laser scanners, which monitors safety in all directions.

fork style agv
fork style agv
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