FORTELION 24V Battery Module Implementation Example: ugo, Inc. (For Service Robots)
The implementation of the FORTELION 24V battery module reduces maintenance and charging workload to improve work efficiency. In this video, we ask about what led to the implementation of the module at ugo, Inc. and the outcomes that result from the implementation.
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FORTELION 24V Battery Module Implementation Example: ASPINA (Shinano Kenshi Co., Ltd.) (AGV/AMR)
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