LEO Locative is a driverless, battery-operated transport system designed for moving bins and cartons sized between 200 x 350 mm min. and 600 x 400 mm max. and a weight of up to 20 kg.
- links workstations and performs in-house transport tasks in all areas where goods must be moved.
- does not require a central computer or a wireless local area network (WLAN). The system can be put into service immediately and wherever you need to move loads.
LEO Locative features a plug & play system for immediate use without manual intervention.
- provides quick application and navigation programming without external help.
- adapts easily to an enlarged radius of activity by simply adding pick-up and drop-off stations.
LEO vehicles are supplied ready-mounted and fully charged - just place battery into housing and get going!
- 1Emergency push button
- 2On/off button
- 3Power cord connector
- Allows charging without removing battery from LEO
- 4LED light bar
- Shows battery status
- 5Signal receiver
- Receives ready-to-drive-into-station signal
- 6Obstacle detector
- 7Front bumper
The LEO Locative system can be enlarged by transfer stations. LEO vehicles either collect bins at these stations or deliver bins there. Double stations provide both functions - bin pick-up and drop-off. Stations are supplied ready-mounted. They only need to be positioned in the right place to support your operations.
Transfer stations are available as single or as double station.
- LEO vehicles collect bins from the stations on a loop and/or deliver them to LEO stations.
- Bin lifting and lowering are fully mechanical operations supported by a patented system.
- Single stations and double stations can be added as required.
- A single station can be converted into a double station to reduce the number of empty rides and to increase vehicle efficiency on loops.
- Bins are collected or delivered at LEO stations.
- A patented system controls mechanical bin lifting and lowering.
- Single stations can be converted into a double station.
- This reduces the number of empty rides and increases efficiency.
- Infrared signals communicate with LEO vehicles to signal whether a station is clear for entry.
- LEO is rated for 230 V and is connected to the power network with a SCHUKO plug.
- 24 V DC transformer
- LEO is powered by a rechargeable battery.
- LEO navigates by lane colour
- Vehicle paths are defined by simply sticking lane tape on the floor.
- A LEO route must always be a loop.
- LEO vehicles are not able to reverse or to drive backwards.
- Every delivery includes a route marking template.
- Lane marking tapes are available in 3 colours: green, red and blue.
- Marking tapes are supplied in several qualities:
“Flex” tapes for low-use areas, “Robust” tapes for regular-use areas and occasional cleaning, “Ultra” tapes for high-use areas and floors with regular truck traffic and frequent cleaning.
Markers are the brain of the LEO Locative system:
- They help to program applications, change settings and define paths.
- LEO Locative recognizes and reads QR codes.
- All you need to do is to position floor markers on the vehicle path.
- All markers bear a self-explanatory icon to show the marker function.
- Markers are self-adhesive and are laminated for increased protection against wear and tear.
- Each LEO kit is supplied with a selection of markers.
- Complex applications can be realised with simple yet clever marker and lane tape combinations.
- Where is my next destination
- Which station comes next
- What is the name of the station
- What comes at the right or left side of a switch
- Where is my battery charging station
- Which lane colour is the right one
LEO reads all navigation details on the markers:
- LEO Locative complies with European Standard DIN EN 1525 for driverless industrial trucks and their systems.
- LEO vehicles have been developed in close cooperation with the relevant German accident insurance association in Germany.
- Emergency stop buttons on both vehicle sides allow to immediately switch-off LEO.
- The front bumper absorbs shocks if there should be a collision in the dead angle of the obstacle detector.
- Sensor detects obstacles
- Obstacles are also detected in curves.