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Now available: Advanced Lift-Truck Technology International 2018

IVT International
Thursday, 13 Sep 2018 ( #889 )
The Advanced Lift-Truck Technology International 2018 Showcase is now available online – and it's packed full of news, interviews and features, including:
  • AUTOMATION THEN AND NOW: As this magazine and the IVT brand celebrate 25 years, we take a look at the evolution of autonomous lift-truck systems since 1993 – and set our sights on the future.
  • ROBOTIC LIFT-TRUCKS: Getting a lift truck to find its way round a warehouse using only onboard sensors is a unique challenge. But Hyster has met it, and is now planning the next generation of this groundbreaking technology.
  • TELEMATICS: Five years ago telematics was a lift-truck buzzword. In 2018 less than 20% of the one million forklifts in the USA use any sort of fleet or asset management. What’s the reality behind these stats?

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