Are you interested in using AGVS in your company? We provide objective advice and determine for you what is technically and economically feasible, which suppliers are suitable and what the implementation of AGVS in your company will cost.
If you want to implement AGVS in your company, there are many possibilities at the beginning of the project. We help you to find the best concept for you.
Depending on the size of an AGV project, a simulation may be useful in advance. How large must the required vehicle fleet be? Can the system be expanded in the future? A simulation is often the only way to obtain reliable information.
In order to find a suitable AGV supplier, it is important to have comparable bidding offers available. The basis for this is the specifications. It sufficiently describes to bidders and suppliers which services are to be provided.
We carry out the tender and bidding days for you, obtain offers and compare them on a technical basis.
After we have compared and evaluated the bids, the client’s purchasing department selects the supplier. A contract is concluded between the client and the supplier.
The specification sheet is an important document in the implementation of AGVS. In it, the contractor explains how he has understood the task and how he intends to solve it. The contractor must agree. We provide support here to help you make the right decisions.
During an AGV project there may be problems of understanding between the client and the contractor. We offer ongoing support by moderating and explaining.
There can always be discrepancies between the client and the contractor when the project is accepted. We accompany the process and support the client with professional competence.
Safety is particularly important for AGV solutions and mobile robots. We check the safe execution of the machines and systems.
According to which criteria is a system tested? Here too, the client and contractor often have different opinions. We take the current technical regulations as a basis and define specifications for the tests to be carried out.
In many cases, a neutral assessment of the completed plant is required to resolve the disagreements between the client and the contractor. We inspect the delivered plant and provide a neutral view.
Every AGV system may need optimisation over the years. For example, because operational processes have changed. We work out the necessary technical concepts and name potential suppliers as well as a time schedule and step-by-step plan.