Kollmorgen is the world-leader in vehicle automation kits for automated guided vehicles (AGV) with an installed base of almost 20,000 vehicles. The company was founded as NDC in 1962 and became Kollmorgen in 2009. Kollmorgen is a Fortive company.
World’s first automobile production plant with driverless vehicles
Volvo, Sweden, 1972
World’s first laser-guided vehicle
Tetra Pak, Singapore, 1990
World’s first Pick-n-Go system
Marktkauf, Germany, 2007
World’s first driverless vehicle with 16 controlled wheels
Posco Steel, South Korea, 2009
Kollmorgen follows the Fortive Business System (FBS) to ensure high and consistent quality as well as to minimize environmental impact, for example, by reducing CO2 emissions in our daily work. The aim is to deliver world-class products and services giving our customers an irrefutable advantage in the marketplace. Our Policy for Quality & Environment describes in detail what we do and how you benefit.
The management system of Kollmorgen Automation AB is certified according to ISO 9001/14001.
Scope: Development and sales of driverless control solutions and services for material handling and intralogistics solutions.
Using automated vehicles, based on NDC Solutions, in the material handling process results in:
Kollmorgen is an industrial partner in the CAISR (Center for Applied Intelligent Systems Research) long-term research program on intelligent systems established at Halmstad University.
Currently we are taking part in the AIMS project (Automatic Inventory and Mapping of Stock).
Kollmorgen is one of the collaborators in the research project Semantic Robots at Örebro University.