Smart logistics is a new generation logistics solution enabled by LiDAR technology. Multi-line mechanical LiDAR is the main sensor to scan the environment of vehicle working area. It is a new edge technology for logistics companies to start intelligent business operations in the company and promote smooth interconnection between different logistics networks.
We are all familiar with radio frequency and its application in detecting and tracking objects. Sonar technology is also similar to sound waves used to sense objects on the ocean floor. Similarly, in LiDAR systems, light waves, especially laser beams, are used to detect objects. The laser beam here does not refer to visible multi-color light. The beam is in the infrared region, invisible to the normal human eye. Light strikes objects around it and reflects back from the light source. The time required for beam propagation is measured and analyzed accordingly.
In addition to LiDAR’s numerous applications in agriculture, automation, security systems, transportation, mapping, mining, retail, and more, real-time LiDAR applications include logistics and distribution channels. The logistics distribution sector is mainly attached to the manufacturing and retail industries, and it is very necessary to implement intelligence in this area, which is also an important part of the economy.
The smart logistics uses an AGV that navigates on laser beams. Moving along a shared distribution path, it accurately delivers raw materials and goods to their destinations and provides detailed logistics information to users in a precise manner. If any goods are lost in transit, the system can help find the missing goods. Overall, an efficient logistics system is maintained through LiDAR.
Multi-line mechanical LiDAR is used as the main sensor to scan and detect the regional environment of the vehicle. Laser 3D slam technology is used to conduct incremental real-time map modeling of the large scene, so as to provide accurate 3D laser high-precision map information planning and back-end matching positioning for the path.
If you’re looking for smart solutions for your company’s logistics, LSLIDAR is here to help.
FAQ For Intelligent Logistics
We are all familiar with radiofrequency and its use in detecting and tracking objects. Sonar technology is also similar to sound waves used to sense objects under the sea. Similarly, in the LiDAR system, light waves, specifically laser beams, are used to detect things. Here laser beams do not mean the visible multicoloured light rays. The light beams are in the infrared region, which cannot be detected with normal eyes. The rays touch the things around and are reflected in the source. The time required for this travel of light beams is measured, and the analysis is made depending on the same.
Along with numerous applications of LiDAR in agriculture, automation, security systems, transport, mapping, mining, retail, and more, a real-time application of LiDAR is in logistics and distribution channels. The logistics and distribution sector is majorly attached to the manufacturing and retail industry and hence is a vital part of the economy. Smart implementations in this sector are hence quite important.
The smart logistics uses an AGV trolley that navigates on laser beams. Moving on the shared distribution path, it accurately delivers the raw materials and goods to the destined location. This also avails the users with detailed logistic information in a precise manner. If any goods are lost in transport, this system helps find the lost goods. Overall, a highly effective and efficient logistic system is maintained through LiDAR.
If you are looking for a smart solution to your company’s logistics, LSLIDAR is here to help.
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