How igus motion plastics will be used in vehicle interiors of the future
Automatic guided vehicles have been dominating many intralogistics areas in the last few years; today’s fully automated warehouses are like an anthill, working continuously day and night. Everything works automatically, independently and with self-learning.
This week’s video igus explores the future for cargo-only autonomous vehicles and driverless transport and envisages how motion plastics will be used in their interiors.
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