Automated Guided Vehicle
10 August 2016
BITO Storage Systems will launch its driverless intralogistics transport solution that does not require any permanent fixtures to the UK market at IMHX 2016.
LEO LOCATIVE is a ‘low-level’ Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) that simply follows red tape laid on the floor, which can be added to or removed whenever required.
It does not require a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) or a central control computer. This makes LEO an agile, user-friendly option for all kinds of order picking operations – and it is particularly useful for ecommerce, order picking peaks and assembly processes.
Also on BITO’s stand will be the company’s new EQ range of collapsible containers. Folding the sides of an empty EQ is said to save up to 75% on volume to provide a Euro-container option for transporting goods. Sized 600 x 400 mm at the base, the EQ container has two height options: 285 mm and 320 mm. It can accommodate loads of up to 20kg. Depending on use, the ribbed base or double base options provide additional strength and rigidity.