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      Hisondcs news

      The agv car in the automated warehouse

      TIME:18-04-26    NUMBER:2

      When a service oriented approach is applied to a modular assembly station and a AGV (automatic guide car) that transport the product during the period, both the assembly station and the AGV will serve the product. The RFID tags carried by these products store specific configuration information, and can independently decide the process needed for their configuration. Then, by evaluating the resources of the production line and transportation system, they decide the required process and navigate in the most effective way.

      The whole process is like a set of information physical systems that can meet the needs of each product without human intervention, based on the specific production process configuration required by a product and evaluation of the delivery service based on proximity and availability. The "service" that implements this approach is implemented through a set of service oriented software architectures and communicates through the service Internet.

      Service oriented realizes the free flow of information between enterprises and enterprises. Organizing software as a service is easier to expose its functions to the outside world. Just like software that tracks products in transit, it is valuable to shippers and more valuable to end customers.

      The operation of the service Internet is similar to that of the Internet of things, but it aims to connect Services - both within and outside the organization, whether it is the service provided by people or intelligent systems - to provide services more effectively, and to enhance the value through a combination of services.

      The synergy between the 4 design principles of various industries - each principle has its own value, but these values will be magnified when a variety of design principles jointly support a new, more efficient, more flexible process. Intelligence must be dispersed on various devices and AGV in the process. All components in the process must be interoperable and can respond to product requirements in real time. In addition, the process must be modular to support customization, and can be monitored by virtualization. Finally, service orientation enables products to acquire services from devices and AGV.

      In the future, the information physical systems communicate with each other through the Internet of things and cooperate with each other in real time. Under the support of the service Internet, both internal and external services can cross the value chain, allowing the automated three-dimensional warehouse process to adapt to the new changes.