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12/17/15
Ingolstadt
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Audi’s logistics of the future: Goods being commissioned move autonomously to employees

Audi’s logistics of the future:  Goods being commissioned move autonomously to employees
Starting today, logistics employees at Audi will no longer have to fetch the required goods from the material shelves. Instead, the goods will come to them fully automatically on driverless transport systems (DTS). Audi is currently testing this DTS-based goods-to-person concept with the commissioning of driver’s manuals at the Audi plant in Ingolstadt.
  • Driverless transport systems supply parts autonomously 
  • New concept saves space and improves ergonomics 
  • Audi is the industry leader with its “supermarket of the future” 

The process of commissioning the other way around: Starting today, logistics employees at Audi will no longer have to fetch the required goods from the material shelves. Instead, the goods will come to them fully automatically on driverless transport systems (DTS). Audi is thus the world’s first automobile manufacturer to implement such a DTS based goods to person concept. The company is currently testing the new method with the commissioning of driver’s manuals at the Audi plant in Ingolstadt.

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