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AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) are capable of performing contactless battery opportunity charging with an inductive wireless charging system. The technology relies on a mobile passive coil on the mobile robot and a stationary active fixed coil on the floor and a wall.
The mobile coil experiences an alternating current as a result of the active coil’s magnetic field. The battery of the mobile robot is charged using this current. Until a completely charged battery needs to be used in its place, the AGV operates on its current battery.
Specialised swapping equipment can be used to exchange batteries automatically or manually (by an operator). Innovative in-process charging technologies enable the efficient, contactless, and fully autonomous power supply of the vehicles without forcing the AGVs to pause their travel for charging breaks.
The Global AGV Wireless Charging System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
At LogiMAT, Wiferion is demonstrating that the wireless power supply of automated guided vehicles (AGV) and autonomous mobile robots (AMR) has achieved widespread market acceptance.
These applications include the automotive industry, dispatch logistics, and clean room applications. The tech business will demonstrate its multi-award-winning etaLINK inductive charging systems, new software, and a variety of use cases from well-known OEMs in Hall 2, booth D17.
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