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ANT localization—Even more simple
ANT Localization from BlueBotics
Autonomous navigation system that requires no guidance infrastructure.
By RBR Staff


Since its release on industrial vehicles in 2009, ANT is continuously expanding the market which had hitherto been less automated. Contrary to conventional guidance systems, such as wire-guidance or laser guidance, ANT® requires no additional infrastructure. The system is based on features that are naturally present in the environment (walls, pillars, corners…). Given that no additional and costly infrastructure is needed, it also becomes economically feasible to install vehicles where the price of infrastructure guidance (wires, magnets, reflectors …) rendered it beforehand impossible.

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