AVINU 2.0 – Autonomous Mobile Robot SoftwareManage, monitor, track and control your full fleet of Mobile Robots, whether they were manufactured by AutoGuide or not, in a single dashboard interface with AVINU 2.0 traffic control software. Connected to each individual Mobile Robot by an Ethernet radio frequency wireless interface, the system provides graphics based displays of all Mobile Robots and their current status—mapped to your facility floor plan—in real time. Windows C#.NET-based AVINU 2.0 easily interfaces with PLCs for greater versatility and functionality.
AffordableRequiring only one PC, AutoGuide’s AVINU 2.0 traffic control software is built on a low cost base program enhanced with additional plug-ins as needed; no yearly licensing fees or third party software required.
User-FriendlyHighly intuitive, AutoGuide’s AVINU 2.0 traffic control software requires no training in order to learn or use. It automatically adds new vehicles, and features drag-and-drop functionality for easy setup of travel paths, speeds, pickups and deliveries.
PreciseFor even greater control of your entire Mobile Robots system, AutoGuide’s AVINU 2.0 traffic control software can be integrated into programmable logic control (PLC) systems, including Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, Omron, Siemens and Toyopuc.
InnovativeMonitor every aspect of your Mobile Robot system with multiple dashboards within AutoGuide’s AVINU 2.0 traffic control software, such as: vehicle status and locations; adjustable cycle time monitoring periods; reporting of faults, errors and over cycles; and more.
FeaturesEthernet radio frequency modem interface with AMREasily import AutoCAD or JPG layouts to screen view“Real Time” AMR Status is displayed with dynamic color changesHover over AMR icon to view AMR information and locationDynamically registers AMRs and RFID Tags added to the systemAMR faults and over cycles sort dynamically in the “list view”View and print AMR error or over cycle history reportsChoose from a wide variety of graph styles for reportingRemote workstation access through network