Trailblazers of Tech: VisionNav to Unveil Trailer Truck Loading and Uploading Automation Solution at MODEX 2024

Atlanta, GA, Jan. 18, 2024 – As MODEX 2024 approaches, VisionNav, a leader in logistics automation, will showcase its latest innovation at booth C4075 in the Georgia World Congress Center from March 11 to March 14. The unveiling will feature an advanced trailer truck loading and unloading system, pushing the boundaries of full-spectrum intralogistics automation. Explore the cutting-edge technologies shaping the future of the industry at this exclusive showcase. 
VisionNav’s Spotlight: Revolutionizing Trailer Truck Loading and Unloading
Embark on a journey into the future of logistics automation with VisionNav’s groundbreaking solution, seamlessly integrating the high-performance autonomous forklift, VNST20 Pro, with the RCS fleet scheduling system. Join us at booth C4075, where our team will be on-site, providing exclusive insights into how these innovations optimize supply chain processes and elevate operational efficiency. 
Industry Discussion – Maximizing Efficiency and ROI with Autonomous Forklifts 
Join VisionNav for a compelling presentation on March 11, from 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM, at the Transportation and Logistics Theater. This session promises invaluable insights into the future of warehouse operations, offering a unique opportunity to gain a competitive edge in your industry. 
About VisionNav Robotics
VisionNav® Robotics is a global supplier of autonomous industrial vehicles and intralogistics automation solutions. Based on AI & Machine Learning, Environmental Perception, Deep Machine Learning, and Servo Control technology, VisionNav has developed nine product series for full-stack scenarios to automate industry logistics. VisionNav has served more than 30 countries and deployed 350+ projects around the globe, and partners with 50+ Fortune 500 companies, covering auto manufacturing, tire, food, petrochemical, e-commerce, 3PL, pharmaceutical, and other industries. 
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