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AGV Robot Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial AGV robot manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source AGV robot manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These AGV robot companies can design, engineer and manufacture AGV robot to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these AGV robot manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of automatic guided carts, AGV systems, laser guided vehicles.

  • Walker, MI

    A manufacturer of AGVs, Savant Automation Inc, offers a full line of AGV options. In addition to supplying state-of-the-art AGVs, we provide AGV requirement analysis, concept and simulation services. Our staff has over 18 years of combined experience. Savant Automaton is ISO 9000 certified. Contact our company today for all of your AGV requirements

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  • Charlotte, NC

    America In Motion is your one stop shop location for AGV systems. Using a 4 step process we can help your company Discover, Design, Build and Install your new AGV systems and equipment. Whatever type of system you are looking for our experienced and helpful team is ready to answer any question. We understand that many clients prefer to contact AIM on their own time so feel free to email, call or arrange a visit when you are ready!

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  • St. Augustine, FL

    AMERDEN AGVS offers custom automatic guided vehicle systems for your exact material handling needs. Laser, inertial & wire guided vehicles to 100 ton. System upgrades & retrofit of different brands is an economical solution to any customer. Amerden is the North American rep for AGV Electronics, AGVE controls, CB10, CB12, DIS10, DIS20, ANT10, CHP35 & more, with complete repair facilities in the US.

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  • Charlotte, NC

    For 30 years, Transbotics Corporation has specialized in the design, development, installation and support for AGV systems. Our AGV systems are cost effective, programmable controlled and help transport materials throughout a facility. We serve industries including automotive, chemical, food/beverage, manufacturing and much more. See our website for more details.

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  • Chalfont, PA

    JBT Corporation (John Bean Technologies Corporation), provides solutions to the food processing and air transportation industries. As an AGV manufacturer, JBT offers forked automatic guided vehicles which can handle many kinds of loads. Our people always think in terms of solutions and service. When we do that, our involvement does not end after installation, it is just the beginning.

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  • Pittsburgh, PA

    Seegrid is the leading provider of connected self-driving vehicles for materials handling with hundreds of thousands of miles driven. The Seegrid Smart Platform combines flexible and reliable infrastructure-free vision guided vehicles with fleet management and enterprise intelligence data for a complete connected solution.

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  • Warren, MI

    Leading the market in superior uptime with reliable autonomous material handling technologies. Products and services include autonomous guided vehicles, collaborative robots, 3D printing, and other Industry 4.0 technologies.

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  • Grass Valley, CA

    Ward Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures custom AGV equipment that your company requires. Our team provides a full turnkey service. We can help you be ready for your next project by designing, engineering and manufacturing to your new AGV to exact specifications. We have tough standards of reliability, safety and quality. No job is too big or small! Call today and get started.

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AGV Robots

AGV robots are automatic guided vehicles equipped with robotic limbs. AGV robots are more adept at picking up and moving items than regular AGVS, which are must less dexterous. In short, they combine the intuitiveness of a human and their ability to adjust to their surroundings, and combine them with the brute force of a lifting machine like a palletizer.

Typical AGV robot applications include: parts assembly, warehousing, pallet handling, material handling and product handling. AGV robots are useful in industries such as: automotive manufacturing, aerospace manufacturing, general manufacturing, agriculture, shipping and distribution, hospital, chemical, pharmaceutical, paper and pulp and food and beverage.

If designed to move around a facility, AGV robots often work using trackless navigation, meaning that they use sensors, lasers and software to figure out their surroundings and move accordingly. In contrast, regular AGVs run on fixed paths, such as those defined by embedded wires or magnetic tape. Manufacturers base the design of an AGV robot on its application. To make AGV robots even more useful, manufacturers offer a wide variety of customization options and include accessories like contact bumpers.

AGV robots offer their users many benefits. First, using AGV robots, manufacturers can save time and money. During auto parts assembly, for example, AGV robots can put together large parts much more efficiently than humans. They can even make tooling switches without assistance. Not only that, but they have no learning curve. Once programmed, they will perform their duties perfectly. Also, their programming tends to make them more precise and eliminates human error. Their operation also takes people out of harm’s way. For loading and unloading applications, AGV robots offer greater mobility and high strength. Plus, once again, they eliminate the need to people in high stress or high risk situations. Another advantage of AGV robots is the fact that they are easier to set up that regular AGVs, as they require fewer physical markers and guides. Finally, AGV robots are adaptable. If your application changes, you can simply change their programming in accordance with it.

Ward Vehicle
AIM Vehicle
Automated Guided Vehicles – Ward Systems
Automated Guided Vehicles – America In Motion
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JBT Guided Vehicle
Automated Guided Vehicles – Transbotics
Automated Guided Vehicles – JBT Corporation