Komatsu disclosed an “Inventive Autonomous Haulage Vehicle” highlighting a cabless structure at MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2016 in Las Vegas, a show to be held from September 26 through 28.
Dissimilar to 930E and 830E self-ruling models, Komatsu has recently built up this vehicle only as an unmanned vehicle intended to expand the benefits of unmanned operation. Komatsu arranges a business sector presentation sooner rather than later. By circulating equivalent burden to the four wheels both when the vehicle is stacked and emptied, and embracing four-wheel drive, retarder and guiding, Komatsu is going for elite transporting of this truck in both forward and invert travel headings, along these lines thoroughly wiping out the requirement for K-turns at stacking and emptying destinations. Specifically, Komatsu expects this new truck will significantly enhance the efficiency at mines where existing unmanned haulage vehicles face testing conditions, for example, dangerous ground because of continuous downpour/snow fall and additionally limited spaces for stacking.
Komatsu has driven the world by commercializing Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) in 2008. From that point forward AHS dump trucks have pulled more than 1 billion tons (aggregate) of overburden and minerals everywhere scale mines for the most part in Chile and Australia. By proceeding with its endeavors to streamline the execution of mining hardware and forcefully advance remote control and unmanned machine operation, Komatsu will help its mining clients fundamentally enhance their efficiency, in this way turning into their irreplaceable accomplice.
Ostensible Gross Vehicle Weight: 416 metric tons
Ostensible Payload: 230 metric tons
Gross force yield: 2014kW (2700HP)
Most extreme Speed: 64Km/h
Turning Radius: 15.9m
Complete Length: 15m
Complete Width: 8.5m
Tire Size: 59/80R63
Komatsu develops autonomous truck