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Sensors are a crucial component of mobile robots (AGV and AMR). Mobile robots’ “eyes and ears” are sensors.
The incredibly powerful mobile robots we have today would not exist without effective, trustworthy, and reasonably priced sensors.
For its fundamental operations, such as navigation, guidance, safety, material handling, obstacle avoidance, etc., mobile robots depend on a wide variety of sensors.
Automated guided vehicles (AGVs) are portable, cooperative vehicles that travel the same roads as manned industrial trucks and pedestrians.
Safety laser scanners, which must adhere to the strictest safety regulations, are the most significant sensors under this category.
To keep people safe in these conditions, dependable person detecting devices are needed.
The Global Automated guided vehicle ( AGV) sensor 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.
Nidec-Shimpo Corporation has stated that it would soon start shipping a new model of Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) that has a “Follow-Me” feature.
This model is the following in the company’s S-CART series. The business has also created a unique new model with a “Return-To-Home” feature and a model intended to transport a maximum weight of 500 kg.
The guideless navigation AGV “S-CART” (100 kg payload version) from Nidec-Shimpo, which debuted earlier and has been modified with a feature that enables it track and follow a person or object, is the foundation of the new model that the business will introduce.
On the other hand, the recently created S-CART model with the “Return-To-Home” function has the ability to automatically generate a path towards and back to a selected “home” location.
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