Self-guided lift truck

The MPE080VG is designed to operate as a self-guided truck and the infrastructure-free navigation technology requires no tape, wire or magnets for guidance.
By Yale Materials Handling Corporation May 16, 2017

The MPE080VG is designed to operate as a self-guided truck and the infrastructure-free navigation technology requires no tape, wire or magnets for guidance. Courtesy: Yale Materials Handling CorporationThe MPE080VG end rider harnesses the power of Driven by Balyo technology to operate as a self-guided truck. The infrastructure-free navigation technology requires no tape, wire or magnets for guidance. It relies on existing structural features such as walls, racking and columns to self-locate and navigate. Ideal for a wide range of load transportation applications, the self-guided truck independently picks up, transports and drops off pallets anywhere on the floor, improving labor productivity by executing low value-added tasks and minimizing unnecessary stops. The truck is equipped with both manual and automatic modes for efficient operation in shared environments alongside employees and manually-operated trucks. The Balyo architecture also can scale according to operational demands, providing the flexibility to manage a single truck or an entire fleet.

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