BlueBotics, a provider of autonomous navigation technology, is attending this year’s ProMat Digital Experience (DX) event to highlight how it can help smooth the path to successful automated guided vehicle and mobile robot development, installation and operation.
During the digital event, which runs from April 12 to 16, BlueBotics will explain and fully demonstrate the benefits of its ANT natural feature navigation – ranging from quick and simple vehicle installation to robust, accurate ongoing operations and cross-platform fleet scale-up, whereby a growing range of diverse ANT driven vehicles can adapt to a business’ evolving needs.
BlueBotics’ team of autonomous navigation experts will be on hand via the company’s showcase page to answer visitor questions and to arrange any meetings required to dive deeper into any company’s specific AGV development or investment needs.
As part of the ProMatDX seminar program, David Béguin, Area Sales Manager for BlueBotics in North America, will present “Paths to Success – Comparing Autonomous Navigation Technologies”.
This educational talk will explain how different types of AGV, automated forklift and mobile robot navigate around their environments – covering everything from physical line following approaches to vision guidance and, of course, natural feature navigation – making it an ideal overview for anyone looking to invest in, or develop their own, automated vehicles.
This seminar takes place twice during the week: on Monday, April 12th at 9:30 am to 10:00 am Central Time (US) and Friday, April 16th 9:30 am to 10:00 am Central Time (US). Each of Béguin’s talks will be followed by a live Q&A.
Béguin will also present a full, in-depth product demo of BlueBotics’ Autonomous Navigation Technology (ANT).
Hosted in BlueBotics’ exclusive ‘Blue Lab’ demo space, this demo will feature a full fleet of ANT driven vehicles – ranging from automated forklifts and tow tractors to AMRs and an omnidirectional solution.
This demo runs three times during the week: Tuesday, April 13th at 1:30 pm – 1:45 pm Central Time (US), Wednesday, April 14th at 10:45 am – 11:00 am Central Time (US) and Thursday, April 15th at 2:45 pm to 3:00 pm Central Time (US). Each demo will be followed by a live Q&A.