Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) for baggage and cargo ULDs
Lödige Industries is revolutionising the response to current challenges in air cargo handling with the introduction of intelligent automated guided vehicles (AGV) for flexible and scalable ULD transportation.
As integral element of fully automated cargo terminals, our new AGVs provide the link between import/export areas and build & break workzones as well as automated storage and retrieval systems. In manual terminals, they can enable cargo handlers to take the first step towards the benefits of automation. Quickly and easily route transportation inside your terminal. Assign routes via your warehouse management system (WMS) and reduce stationary equipment to create flexible, scalable and reliable cargo flows.
The data-based intelligence of our AGVs enables absolute accuracy and complete control over cargo flows. Reduce the potential for ULD damage, enable 24/7 operations and free workforce for higher value tasks.
Benefits of Lödige AGV
- Reducing the need for stationary equipment
- Connecting different functional areas of your terminal
- Improving express freight flows
- Optimise storage, weighing and x-ray processes
5 ft AGV
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||3,075 x 1,730 x 790 mm|
|Conveying height||508 mm|
|Load Capacity||1,588 kg|
10 ft AGV
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||3,790 mm x 2,790 mm x 570 mm NEP|
|(3,380 mm x 2,900 mm x 558 mm WEP)|
|Transfer height||508 mm|
|Load Capacity||6,800 kg|
Safety: According to all relevant standards (DIN EN ISO 3691-4:2020-11, EN13849), 2 x Laser scanner, LED indicator lights, Emergency stops (2x 5ft AGV, 4x 10ft AGV), 2 x plate stops (conveyor), 2 x 360° PTZ cameras, obstacle avoidance.
Lödige Industries Automated Guided Vehicle to be launched at Swissport
Lödige Industries is providing its first Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) as a pilot project for Swissport's new air cargo terminal in Frankfurt. The autonomous vehicle is one of the German-based company's latest innovations and offers users a high level of flexibility and safety during unit load devices (ULD) transport. The project will start in November 2021 and marks an important step towards highly efficient and automated 24/7 operations.
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