ModulMove-system – New Imeguisa’s AGV Standard Model.
We announce a new develoment in Imeguisa’s AGVs portfolio as new model with improved capabilities and advantagens for industry operations has been launched.
This new model was designed to face more complex operational situations with higher safety requirements. With larger configuration options, this AGV is flexible, versatile and easily adaptable to different logistics processes in distinct industrial environments.
Defined as a Standard model, this equipment is prepared to face the most demanding conditions.
High level of ergonomics.
Main body designed to provide the lowest height possible, in order to improve ergonomics for workers in the production line.
Easy to use and control.
Equipped with an easy-to-use touch screen interface displaying several data about the equipment performance along with several setup and control functions.
Improved navigation performance.
Designed to face complex layout conditions, with room restrictions, the AGV is able to make 180º turns with a reduced turning radius. It is also able to perform backward trajectories.
Higher Safety Level.
Equipped with a high sensibility laser scanner, this model is programmable with up to 16 scan fields, adjustable to different areas regarding whether it navigates in a low or high risk area.
Effective handling reduction.
Combined with specific gear, this AGV allows to create a supply circuit totally human free, allowing to significantly reduce the amount of handling on the logistic process.
Customisation is the order of the day in the vehicle industry. On a regular basis, the major vehicle makers launch products which are able to be fully customised by the customer, whether for their colour or the interior etc., the objective is to increasingly supply products with which the customer feels identified. On the other hand, this implies major constraints at the production level of the vehicle which needs to be versatile to the point of producing a different vehicle every time one leaves the assembly line.
In line with this new trend, Imeguisa has produced a solution which permits flexibility of the assembly line in the sense of being able to produce models with completely different features in the same space.
The Transtocker is a system of intermediate storage which operates on the basis of the concept of a large, dynamic stand which permits the storage of parts or components at height, organised at different levels and which are supplied individually to the assembly line by means of commands from the operator. This allows a single assembly line to be able to assemble vehicles with completely distinct features for example with a choice of colours or components.
CeMAT is one of the most important international trade fairs for logistics. The exhibition extends over an area of 82.000 square meters and CeMAT atracts more than 1.000 exhibitors from 38 countries and some 53,000 trade visitors of which some 33% are from overseas.
CeMAT covers a unique spectrum of subjects in the field of logistics and is the stage for the presentation of the most important innovations in the field.
Imeguisa, continuing its spirit of innovation and in its constant search for new solutions which can bring added value to its customers, was present again this year and returned with the clear perspective that its products stand out in the field and will be present once more at the next edition in 2016.
New potential for being able to get closer to our customers.
October 2014 marks the launching of our new website. With a straightforward structure, it is easy to browse and obtain information, the website was developed to become a platform for communication between Imeguisa and its customers to ensure a better flow of information between the two where Imeguisa makes information available to customers or other entities, send out information and put questions to Imeguisa.
On this site, in addition to information on Imeguisa, technical information will be available along with videos and presentations on products and all interesting information on the day-to-day of Imeguisa.