Many manufacturers are accelerating their efforts to create a „Smart Factory.“ However, not a few of them experience obstacles such as collection of data and developing the infrastructure for accumulation of this data. Amidst this situation, AW‘s Okazaki Plant already had the foresight 10 years ago to develop a data collection environment. It is now achieving favorable results in automation and autonomy utilizing AGV (automated guided vehicle), robotics and AI. AW took on the challenge to bring about automation and autonomy in their factories. In parallel with "data utilization" initiated with the GPI Grid System, it advanced its activities to expand areas of automation and autonomy using robots and AGV.
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