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COMEC 2019

Introduction of the High-Tech Logistics Laboratory installed at the Institute of Logistics of the University of Miskolc

Resumen [ES]

In this paper, we would like to introduce the High-Tech Logistics Laboratory of the Institute of Logistics of the University of Miskolc. This system, in it’s latest iteration, was installed in 2018 and incorporates an automated, state-of the art and fully integrated material handling solution. Specifically, it contains a PLC controlled roller conveyor system, a palettizing station, an automated storage system and an AGV (automated guided vehicle). Most of these can exchange cargo with each other, either in an autonomous or semiautonomous manner. In the paper, first we would like to describe the previously mentioned subsystems of the laboratory, while we would also like to present the unique educational and research possibilities provided by this advanced facility. Besides, we would also like to discuss some possible future upgrades to the system, in accordance with the latest advancements of logistics automation. We believe that these insights could be useful for a wide variety of professionals who are interested in the current state of automation in the field of materials handling.

Resumen [EN]

In this paper, we would like to introduce the High-Tech Logistics Laboratory of the Institute of Logistics of the University of Miskolc. This system, in it’s latest iteration, was installed in 2018 and incorporates an automated, state-of the art and fully integrated material handling solution. Specifically, it contains a PLC controlled roller conveyor system, a palettizing station, an automated storage system and an AGV (automated guided vehicle). Most of these can exchange cargo with each other, either in an autonomous or semiautonomous manner. In the paper, first we would like to describe the previously mentioned subsystems of the laboratory, while we would also like to present the unique educational and research possibilities provided by this advanced facility. Besides, we would also like to discuss some possible future upgrades to the system, in accordance with the latest advancements of logistics automation. We believe that these insights could be useful for a wide variety of professionals who are interested in the current state of automation in the field of materials handling.

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Róbert Skapinyecz

Róbert Skapinyecz

University of Miskolc, Hungary Flag of Cuba
Información Práctica
Ponencia
English (US)
junio 26, 2019 10:15 a. m.
15 minutos
Salón El Carmen
Autores
Róbert Skapinyecz
B. Illés
Palabras clave
Automated materials handling
Integrated materials handling system
Logistics research and education