Automated Guided Vehicle Systems : A Driver For Increased Business Performance Lothar Schulze, Sebastian Behling, And Stefan

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SENSORS AND DEVICES Reference: “Automated Guided Vehicle Systems: a Driver for Increased Business Performance Lothar Schulze, Sebastian Behling, and Stefan Buhrs “ Submitted by SRI HARSHA MODUKURI RFID BASED AUTOMATED GUDIED VEHICLES IN WAREHOUSES ABSTRACT: An automated guided vehicle (AGV) which is a system that is used to handle the materials or goods those can be operated independently, and these systems are guided along fixed paths. The AGV’s can be of different types based on their functionality and manufacturing and mainly these are used in hospitals, industries, warehouses, etc. The AGV is highly flexible in its operation as a result of monitoring the communication. The main function is to communicate with other vehicles which results in a continuous operation for transporting goods. This coordination helps to deliver goods on time without any damage. The technology used in this is RFID which is the most advanced and easiest technology to use in the various fields. As, this is the wireless technology so, it can be used without any complexity. Mainly used in the industries for the transportation or location of the objects. Using this technology we are building a AGV robot for the transportation of goods in the ware houses, due to its efficiency and the reduction of human work this is considered as the cheapest way for the warehouse in assembling the goods and loading the goods into the

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