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Executing an Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) on a site involves several steps. Here is a general guide:
1. Install infrastructure:
The site needs to have infrastructure in place to support the AGV. This includes things like charging stations and communication equipment.
2. Define the AGV's map and Task:
You need to define the AGV's path by creating a digital map of the site. The digital map should include the starting point, ending point, and all the obstacles the AGV might encounter.
3. Program the AGV:
Programing the AGV's behavior according to the digital map. The programming should include the AGV's speed, turning radius, and how it should respond to obstacles.
4. Test the AGV:
Once the AGV is programmed, you should run a few tests to ensure that it is functioning as intended. You should test the AGV's ability to navigate around obstacles and follow the defined path.
5. Monitor the AGV:
Once the AGV is operational, you should monitor it to ensure that it is functioning correctly. This includes checking the AGV's battery levels and ensuring that it is following the correct path.
5. Maintain the AGV:
Finally, you should perform regular maintenance on the AGV to ensure that it remains in good working order. This includes things like replacing worn parts and cleaning the AGV's sensors.