Solutions to try out, making investment decisions easier. Live demonstrations of practical solutions to current issues give you as an visitor the opportunity to get directly involved.
Visitors can take a close-up look at whole sequences of processes in intralogistics and get answers to their questions from the experts.
'Hands-on and close-up' is what this presentation is all about.
Tracking & Tracing Theatre
Every day in HALL 2 - Stand 2B07
Experience on site the AutoID live scenario to digitalize the supply chain
How can you streamline, automate, and modernize material flows in logistics, intralogistics, and production?
With the right process design and AIDC as an enabling technology! The Tracking & Tracing Theater presents a live scenario of how AIDC might look in practice. Experience ORM, RFID, NFC, sensor technology, and RTLS in combination with identification, labeling, tracking, tracing, picking, and localization. In short: AIDC at work!
Half-hour demonstrations are offered three times daily at 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM, and 2:30 PM.
Cargo Securement Event Space
Every day in HALL 9 - Stand 9B71
Avoid transport damage—but now?
Are you taking precautions but still dealing with transport damage?
What is your responsibility as a shipper?
How can you protect yourself against risks?
A vendor-neutral team of experts will be on hand at the Cargo Securement Event Space to show you how you can secure your unit loads and cargo in intralogistics operations. One focus will be on risk prevention—for example, how to protect workers when cargo falls out of an ocean container, and other exciting topics. Moderator Christian Schmid also invites you to join a management workshop at 10:00 AM. This is followed by presentations and real-world examples of cargo securement, each day at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 3:00 PM.
Still have questions?
Mobile robotics user forum
Every day in Hall 6 – Gallery – Stand 6H01
AGV users and anyone interested in mobile robotics can get expert, unbiased advice from Forum AGV members and representatives from companies, institutes, and committees. The focus is on current trends in mobile robotics, selecting the right solution, and proper handling. Enjoy the unique opportunity for one-on-one conversations with subject matter experts. The quiet atmosphere is ideal to help visitors prepare for the variety of products in Hall 6 and make the right decision for a successful AGV project.
Drop-ins are welcome, but to avoid waiting, those seeking one-on-one consultation are asked to register in advance in the weeks before LogiMAT for one of the following five blocks:
1- Planning > Including product requirements documents and standardized interfaces / VDA 5050 / project structure / controller / fleet manager
2- Proof of concept >Technical feasibility of ideas / questioning your own system, cost-effectiveness
3- Safety and security > Plant safety, personal protection, property and equipment protection, data security
4- Technology > Vehicle types and models, AGVs vs. AMRs, navigation, sensor technology, vehicle control, drive/steering, braking, load-carrying capacity
5- Special use cases > Outdoors, publicly accessible areas, etc.
The user forum is supported by Forum AGV members and the following partners:
• Berufsgenossenschaft (Mannheim)
• Fraunhofer Institute IML (Dortmund) and IPA (Stuttgart)
• DEKRA (Ulm)
• Institutes of the Department of Materials Handling, Material Flow, Logistics at the Technical University of Munich
… and more!