Taking advantage of its existing core technologies in electromechanical control, electronic control, information technology, information service, and communications, TECO Group has developed AGV, which can be customized to meet market needs. The product is manufactured at TECO's plant in Hukou Village of the northern-Taiwan county of Hsinchu entirely.
Based on the positioning technology of AGV, TECO will develop series of mobile robots, which can be tailored-made to meet various business needs and create a more flexible development in automation industry. TECO considered efficiency-promoting as our final purpose, and we expect to provide the best solution to each customer. The company has sold the product to customers in Taiwan, Japan, and mainland China, and will actively foray into other overseas markets.
Furnished with self-developed firmware, TECO's AGV features modularized design, containing various modules, including battery-management module, driving control module, and module for receiving and processing information collected by sensors.
Equipped with various sensors, robot can inspect factory floor, monitor the environment, and collect related data, to prevent occurrence of hazard.
The combination of Cobot, visual detection, and AGV is expected to become an industrial trend, due to its ability to greatly enhance the agility of the interaction between collaborative robotic arms and humans.
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