eQart, as you can see in this short video, is an user-friendly product.
Once, the colored paths and the RFID tags have been arranged, the collaborator must move eQart through the tablet, in order that it can detect it through optical scanners.
To carry out this simple operation, the operator must select cockpit, secondly the settings for manual driving must be used. You can see all the option in the image below.
Now eQart can start recording the route. After completing this step, you need to save the newly map and give it a name.
Before starting eQart, there is one last step to take, which to set up a mission.
This operation can be carried out via tablet, trough a very simple sistem.
There are several options, including entering the departure stations and the arrival station, rotating eQart 90° or 180°, setting a stop period, or allow the operator, once the operations are completed, to restart eQart
Now eQart can start its path. As you can see, once it reaches the red tape, reads the RFID tags and stops.
Here the operator can deposit material on the base, which will be then be transported to the next stations.