The Fundamentals of AGV Acceptance Testing

Before an AGV system can be handed off, suppliers and customers alike need a defined process to verify that the system is operating as designed. That’s where acceptance testing comes into play. After the implementation is complete and a system goes live, the customer and the supplier measure performance of the system against the criteria define at the project’s outset. While every AGV system is unique, there are best practices being used by the members of the AGVS Product Section of the Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA). Here’s a look at some of the fundamentals that guide the industry today.

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The Fundamentals of AGV Acceptance Testing

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