A Review Of Design And Control Of Automated Guided Vehicle Systems
This paper presents a review on design and control of automated guided vehicle systems. We address most key related issues including guide-path design, estimating the number of vehicles, vehicle scheduling, idle-vehicle positioning, battery management, vehicle routing, and conflict resolution. We discuss and classify important models and results from key publications in literature on automated guided vehicle systems, including often-neglected areas, such as idle-vehicle positioning and battery management. In addition, we propose a decision framework for design and implementation of automated guided vehicle systems, and suggest some fruitful research directions.
|Keywords||automated guided vehicle, literature overview, material handling system|
Le-Anh, T., & de Koster, M.B.M.. (2004). A Review Of Design And Control Of Automated Guided Vehicle Systems (No. ERS;2004-030-LIS). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/1323