Luman Temby, manager with Trilogiq USA, invited material handling leaders in the Midwest to view material flow in action with Seegrid Robotic Industrial Trucks. Seegrid performed a live demo of their GT10 industrial robot at Trilogiq USA in Livonia, MI on June 14. The event was a huge success, demonstrating payback times coming in at less than a year, and implementation taking only days (compared to weeks or months for a standard AGC / AGV system), Seegrid's industrial robots are creating a new concept of how robotic technology can be deployed to solve material handling challenges.
The GT10 tow tractor is at the core of the Seegrid product line and offers a very unique solution: it can be operated either by a person or as an autonomous robot, and the robot functionality is delivered without wires, tapes, or lasers. Seegrid robots are the perfect solution for any organization looking to reduce fork truck traffic, implement tugger loops, or install an automatic guided cart (AGC) / automatic guided vehicle (AGV) system because they combine the best of those applications with even more flexibility.
Seegrid's success stories from their current applications speak for themselves, but Trilogiq USA suggested that it is always better to see this material handling solution in action.
Seegrid has recognized the economic change in manufacturing with the increased demand for driverless industrial robots to transport goods horizontally without wire, tape, laser or other costly automated guided vehicle (AGVs) systems. Seegrid’s industrial robots are manufactured in America and support American manufacturing and warehousing companies— keeping America at the forefront of innovation and technology.
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Seegrid Corp. (www.seegrid.com) brings robotic vision-guided technology to the material handling industry. Seegrid offers solutions that optimize workflow processes by increasing productivity and reducing costs, creating economic and operational advantages.