What is the difference between an AGV and an LGV?
What does LGV stand for?
- LGV - Laser Guided Vehicles AGVs (automatic guided vehicles) and LGVs (laser-guided vehicles) are reliable, fast and flexible technological systems that guarantee reduction of time, costs and margin of error within an automated industrial system.
What is LGV for laser guided vehicles?
- One of most popular navigation systems is called Laser Navigation, hence LGV for laser guided vehicles. So, an LGV is an Automated Guided Vehicle that uses a laser navigation system.
How are the movements of the AGVs and the LGVs managed?
- The movements of the AGVs and the LGVs within the factory are managed by software designed specifically for the customer's needs. Electtric80's SM.I.LE80 software platform can coordinate intralogistic flows and hardware systems, as well as manual and robotic activities.
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