If you take a look at many companies and production facilities, it quickly becomes apparent that many processes still run in the conventional way and that many things are still controlled by human hands. Of course, this will not be completely avoided in the future, because humans will always have to intervene when technology fails or something does not work properly. Nevertheless, automation and. Nevertheless, the automation and digitalization of production processes, especially in the area of e-mobility, is the way of the future. This trend is also having a lasting impact on intralogistics. Fully automated warehouses are becoming more and more common. Here, a single control station is sufficient for complete monitoring and control, allowing both the capacity of the warehouse and, thanks to intelligent interfaces for sorting and shipping, the storage and output of the goods themselves to be controlled. In this way, goods availability and resource planning can be sustainably designed and optimized.
Since the digitization of production processes is a holistic change, production and intralogistics are merging in some respects. Processes are becoming shorter, clearer and less complicated. Thanks to digitalization, suppliers have the opportunity to serve the shorter production intervals on the part of OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) and thus provide sustainable relief. montrac® from montratec offers maximum flexibility, maximum configurability and scalability, and particularly high efficiency in production.
Thus it becomes clear: The transition of e-mobility to the upcoming mass production with simultaneous consideration of individual customer requirements cannot be realized without digitalization and automation in production. This requires modular production structures, networked intralogistics and production systems, and transport systems for a wide variety of products and throughputs within the same production and assembly line. In the digitized smart factory in the area of e-mobility, manufacturing products independently control the right assembly station at the right time via intelligent intralogistics systems - this enables not only flexible and thus faster but also cost-efficient production of e-vehicles.