when stacking, retrieving and picking
■■ Precise, automatic approach to the destination taking the shortest route.
■■ No more wasted journeys.
■■ Stacking / retrieval of items carried out automatically, with notification transmitted directly from the truck back to the WMS. Manual scanning not required.
■■ Drivers or new employees soon become experienced operators.
■■ Consistently high throughput by all employees through the entire shift. Very high level of process safety
■■ Automatic approach to the next rack position.
■■ Automatic stacking and retrieving as well as automatic confirmation to the WMS.
■■ Additional identification of the picking location by spot lamp on the truck.Excellent ergonomics for the operator
■■ Significantly less strain on operators who no longer have to search for items.
■■ Relaxed operation, as full concentration can be devoted to core activities. Simple integration and adjustment to the warehouse layout
■■ Logistics interface: Adaptation of the warehouse navigation module to the customer‘s IT system.
■■ Simple integration into different system landscapes (“translation” of the WMS protocol into the protocol of the truck controller).
■■ High degree of flexibility due to modular bay configuration; easy to adjust to changes in the warehouse structure.
1. The warehouse management system (WMS)
transmits the next storage location to be visited to the logistics interface on the truck terminal.
2. The logistics interface on the truck terminal
“translates” the data and passes it directly to the truck controller.The truck now “knows“ the next location to be visited.
3. Using the transponder in the floor
the truck “knows“ its current position within the aisle.
4. A simple “push of the button”
The operator gives the travel command.5. The truck knows the quickest route The truck travels (semi-)automatically and precisely to its destination. Via the shortest route.
6. A simple “push of the button”
Once the command is issued, the truck stacks or retrieves items independently and sends confirmation automatically to the logistics interface on the truck terminal.
7. The logistics interface
“translates“ this and sends a confirmation to the WMS.
8. And on to the next job
The WMS transmits the next rack location to be visited to the logistics interface on the truck terminal.