By Günter Ullrich, Paul A. Kachur
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2 Industry-Related Aspects and Examples 37 Fig. 14 The “wedding” station. The body approaches from above suspended from the overhead line, below in the foreground a AGV waits with the powertrain, in the back ground a goods-basket AGV drives past (Source Volkswagen) separately driven non-steering wheel in the middle of the vehicles and a freely flexible support wheel in the middle at the front and rear. This allows it to move just as precisely forwards as in reverse to negotiate tight curves and to turn on the spot (Fig.
A passive distribution process means that the great variety of industries and his own limited resources limit the supplier to simply reacting to incoming project offers. An request which arrives by mail, fax or e-mail is processed. This has the advantage of leaving all available resources to be applied towards processing real requests, saving costs related to strategic positioning. An active distribution process means that the AGVS supplier concentrates on selected target industries and markets actively.
But after several years in the wilderness, AGVS projects started ﬁnding their way into automotive plants again in the late 1990s. We will present several examples to demonstrate that there are various places where it can be used, from completely simple solutions, based on the Japanese KAIZEN approach, through functional, technically demanding but reasonable applications, all the way to extraordinary uses. 1 AGVS in Transparent Manufacturing in Dresden (Volkswagen) In its new “transparent factory” in Dresden, Volkswagen AG has been assembling the new top-end model “Phaeton”, which was introduced in 2001.
Automated Guided Vehicle Systems: A Primer with Practical Applications by Günter Ullrich, Paul A. Kachur