Paul Perry

Paul Perry

True at Autoguide Agvs

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Engineering, Or Management Positions In AutoGuide Products, Clark  - Interlake

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Paul Perry - Owner/President of AutoGuide Systems having a 30-year career in the AGV Industry - 16 years in AGV conversion technologies - with ownership, engineering, or management positions in AutoGuide Products, Clark (CMHC), Interlake, and Conco-Tellus.

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Paul Perry is the owner and CEO for AutoGuide Systems, a company specializing in automating lift trucks.
Perry says the AutoGuide unit is unique in its ability to be easily attached or removed. Installation requires only six holes be drilled into the standard tugger, allowing customers to swap standard tuggers at the end of a lease term, for instance, while getting as many as 20 years of use out of the AutoGuide kit. Once the AutoGuide unit is attached to a tugger, an operator can instantly convert it to manual mode simply by stepping on the pressure-sensitive mat. Additionally, the kit is made entirely with non-proprietary, off-the shelf parts, meaning customers will have little trouble ensuring the kit remains useful for many years to come. "They say that non-proprietary parts will kill the AGV aftermarket business, but customers will choose standard industrial controls over proprietary black-box technologies every time," says Perry.

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Paul Perry is the owner and CEO for AutoGuide Systems, a company specializing in automating lift trucks.
Perry says the AutoGuide unit is unique in its ability to be easily attached or removed. Installation requires only six holes be drilled into the standard tugger, allowing customers to swap standard tuggers at the end of a lease term, for instance, while getting as many as 20 years of use out of the AutoGuide kit. Once the AutoGuide unit is attached to a tugger, an operator can instantly convert it to manual mode simply by stepping on the pressure-sensitive mat. Additionally, the kit is made entirely with non-proprietary, off-the shelf parts, meaning customers will have little trouble ensuring the kit remains useful for many years to come. "They say that non-proprietary parts will kill the AGV aftermarket business, but customers will choose standard industrial controls over proprietary black-box technologies every time," says Perry.

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