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Wednesday 4th August 2021 10:05 AM

Yantra Selects Guidance Automation to Provide Advanced “Natural Feature” Navigation


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Rohit Dashrathi, Yantra CEO, stated: "At Yantra we are centered on client process need and the provision of solutions that meet client goals. We develop high quality Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) solutions and see a switching market demand with clients increasingly requiring flexible vehicle navigation capability that does not rely on traditional line/wire/surface mark following.

 

We saw Guidance Automation's technology demonstrations at Automation Expo in Mumbai in August 2018 and partnered to increase our Autonomous Mobile Robot development.

 

Dashrathi proceeded: "With Guidance Automation's help and expertise, we have enhanced our vehicle navigation options to consist of industry proven Natural Feature navigation and are now supplying enhanced AGVs to our clients to meet the needs of their business operations".

 

Guidance Automation's ‘SCENE' laser/vison-based Natural Feature navigation system for Autonomous Mobile Robots is capable of navigating by reference to provide features within the working environment. This means no wires, tapes or navigation marks. Advanced 2D/3D Laser contour scanning and mapping algorithms combine to produce a navigation map from the available features within the working environment. These mapped features are used to determine vehicle position during vehicle operation. Options for indoor and outdoor operation are available. Wide range of laser types supported, e.g. safety scanners, hi fidelity 360 scanners. Deployment in minutes, easy to conform to changing demands, infrastructure and processes.

 

Peter Moore, Commercial Manager at Guidance Automation, added: "Our aim is simple, we build advanced robotic vehicle Guidance, Navigation and Control technologies to help accelerate Autonomous Mobile Robot development. We enable our clients to keep pace with increasingly stressful market needs. The only way to do this is to start with a deep understanding of end user processes and working practice and use this understanding to formulate intelligent technologies that deliver on the need and facilitate adaptation for the future".



This article is originally posted on manufacturingtomorrow.com


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Posted on : Wednesday 4th August 2021 10:05 AM

Yantra Selects Guidance Automation to Provide Advanced “Natural Feature” Navigation


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Rohit Dashrathi, Yantra CEO, stated: "At Yantra we are centered on client process need and the provision of solutions that meet client goals. We develop high quality Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) solutions and see a switching market demand with clients increasingly requiring flexible vehicle navigation capability that does not rely on traditional line/wire/surface mark following.

 

We saw Guidance Automation's technology demonstrations at Automation Expo in Mumbai in August 2018 and partnered to increase our Autonomous Mobile Robot development.

 

Dashrathi proceeded: "With Guidance Automation's help and expertise, we have enhanced our vehicle navigation options to consist of industry proven Natural Feature navigation and are now supplying enhanced AGVs to our clients to meet the needs of their business operations".

 

Guidance Automation's ‘SCENE' laser/vison-based Natural Feature navigation system for Autonomous Mobile Robots is capable of navigating by reference to provide features within the working environment. This means no wires, tapes or navigation marks. Advanced 2D/3D Laser contour scanning and mapping algorithms combine to produce a navigation map from the available features within the working environment. These mapped features are used to determine vehicle position during vehicle operation. Options for indoor and outdoor operation are available. Wide range of laser types supported, e.g. safety scanners, hi fidelity 360 scanners. Deployment in minutes, easy to conform to changing demands, infrastructure and processes.

 

Peter Moore, Commercial Manager at Guidance Automation, added: "Our aim is simple, we build advanced robotic vehicle Guidance, Navigation and Control technologies to help accelerate Autonomous Mobile Robot development. We enable our clients to keep pace with increasingly stressful market needs. The only way to do this is to start with a deep understanding of end user processes and working practice and use this understanding to formulate intelligent technologies that deliver on the need and facilitate adaptation for the future".



This article is originally posted on manufacturingtomorrow.com

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