Automatically guided transport systemsIn 1999, KELLER was the first manufacturer of machinery and plants using the driverless transport system for in-plant transport in a roof tile factory.
Driverless transport systems can be optimally adapted to the frequently changing requirements of in-plant transport. Other than fixed installations, driverless systems allow easy changes and extensions of functions and itineraries.
The automatic guided transport system can be integrated into the plant control system; communication with central computer is either by wireless data transmission or Wi-Fi.
In order to allow free access to the work area of the driverless transport system, the system can be equipped with non-contact collision protection.