Lehrte, February 7th 2013 — Driverless and accident free — safe autonomous logistics and transport vehicles are the goal of the joint project SaLsA, where Götting is the coordinator. In order to enhance the conventional safety concept the data of the vehicle sensors is combined with stationary sensors using a sensor fusion.
The stationary sensors send there data to the vehicle that then can adjust its speed or avoids obstacles. This enables the fast and safe collective operation of driverless vehicles in a working environment with external traffic outside of production halls and depots.
The challenging part is the integration of the data from the distributed sensors to build a meaningful and complete model. Then suitable simulation methods are applied real-time for the prediction of system states. In the future these technologies can be used for various applications, e.g. the automation of ground conveyors, tractors and people movers.
Part of the public technology program AUTONOMIK — Autonome und simulationsbasierte Systeme für den Mittelstand, funded by the The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology based on a resolution of the German Parliament.
- Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics (IML), Dortmund
- Götting KG
ifm syntron GmbH
OFFIS Institute for computer sciences, Oldenburg
- SaLsA Logo
- Fraunhofer IML
- ifm syntron GmbH
- OFFIS Institute for information sciences
- SaLsA Overview 3D
- SaLsA Demo: HDR 1
- SaLsA Demo: HDR 2
- SaLsA Demo: Antennas for GPS and Radio Data Transmission
- SaLsA Demo: Dynamic Track Planning
- SaLsA Demo: Obstacle Detection
- SaLsA Demo: Master Control Program
- SaLsA Demo: emergency Stop
- SaLsA Demo: optical Sensor
- SaLsA Demo: Sensors
- SaLsA Demo: stationary Sensor
- SaLsA Demo: WLAN communication
- SaLsA Demo: Environment Detection
- SaLsA Demo: Vehicle Sensor Oncoming traffic
- SaLsA Demo: Vehicle Sensor Pylons
- SaLsA Demo: Vehicle Sensor Swap Trailers
Götting Quick Guide Last updated: 08/2018
Götting KG founded in 1965, ist an innovative company placed in Lehrte near Hannover (DE) and works worldwide.The company develops and produces wireless data communication systems and sensors for automatic track guidance of so-called automated guided vehicles (AGV). As far as we are informed Götting KG has the largest product range of different components for trackguiding AGV.
Further main topics are traffic technology, RF measuring, wireless data communication in general as well as customized developments for car manufactureres, electronic- and radio broadcasting industry. Currently our company employs 70 professionals of which 32 are experienced masters in engineering and are responsible for research and development.
The core competency of FOX - a special department of Götting KG - is focused on the automation of serial vehicles, especially for the outdoor area (trucks, pay loaders, fork lifts etc.).