DE10015009B4 - Industrial truck with a display, control and monitoring system - Google Patents

Industrial truck with a display, control and monitoring system

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DE10015009B4
DE10015009B4 DE10015009A DE10015009A DE10015009B4 DE 10015009 B4 DE10015009 B4 DE 10015009B4 DE 10015009 A DE10015009 A DE 10015009A DE 10015009 A DE10015009 A DE 10015009A DE 10015009 B4 DE10015009 B4 DE 10015009B4
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Ralf Dipl.-Ing. Baginski
Ernst-Peter Dr.-Ing. Magens
Frank Dr.-Ing. Mänken
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60KARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PROPULSION UNITS OR OF TRANSMISSIONS IN VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PLURAL DIVERSE PRIME-MOVERS IN VEHICLES; AUXILIARY DRIVES FOR VEHICLES; INSTRUMENTATION OR DASHBOARDS FOR VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH COOLING, AIR INTAKE, GAS EXHAUST OR FUEL SUPPLY OF PROPULSION UNITS IN VEHICLES
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    • B60KARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PROPULSION UNITS OR OF TRANSMISSIONS IN VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PLURAL DIVERSE PRIME-MOVERS IN VEHICLES; AUXILIARY DRIVES FOR VEHICLES; INSTRUMENTATION OR DASHBOARDS FOR VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH COOLING, AIR INTAKE, GAS EXHAUST OR FUEL SUPPLY OF PROPULSION UNITS IN VEHICLES
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B66HOISTING; LIFTING; HAULING
    • B66FHOISTING, LIFTING, HAULING OR PUSHING, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, e.g. DEVICES WHICH APPLY A LIFTING OR PUSHING FORCE DIRECTLY TO THE SURFACE OF A LOAD
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B66HOISTING; LIFTING; HAULING
    • B66FHOISTING, LIFTING, HAULING OR PUSHING, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, e.g. DEVICES WHICH APPLY A LIFTING OR PUSHING FORCE DIRECTLY TO THE SURFACE OF A LOAD
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    • B66HOISTING; LIFTING; HAULING
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    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60KARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PROPULSION UNITS OR OF TRANSMISSIONS IN VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENT OR MOUNTING OF PLURAL DIVERSE PRIME-MOVERS IN VEHICLES; AUXILIARY DRIVES FOR VEHICLES; INSTRUMENTATION OR DASHBOARDS FOR VEHICLES; ARRANGEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH COOLING, AIR INTAKE, GAS EXHAUST OR FUEL SUPPLY OF PROPULSION UNITS IN VEHICLES
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Abstract

Truck with
Sensors on the vehicle and control devices for operating modes of the vehicle,
An on-board bus system (28) via which the sensors and control devices can exchange data,
A central computer (26) which is in communication with the bus system, carries out the signal processing and storage of operating data for the operation of the industrial truck and has a display unit and an input unit,
- Wherein on the display unit, the operating data of the truck are each displayed in meaningful groups for an operating mode and read via the input unit vehicle functions to the operating mode.

Description

  • The The invention relates to an industrial truck with a display, Control and monitoring system for a Truck according to claim 1.
  • Loaders known to serve the material flow of in a variety of designs palletized piece goods. she are with a battery electric or internal combustion engine Drive provided. To operate the trucks are on the one hand devices to operate the functions and to display certain Functions required. Sometimes additional elements such as speech or radio data transmission. Depending on the design of the vehicle and In the case of use, the number of these elements varies. For an ergonomic Need to operate they can be arranged within sight of the driver. Since the Driver in addition to the actual vehicle operation and the environment (Track, obstacles, oncoming traffic, load suspension, load delivery, etc.) has to observe, the controls should be obvious and handily arranged and possible be operable without "grasping". The display devices should as possible in the viewpoint be arranged, the driver in the execution of the associated function occupies. In addition to the display and controls for the actual Vehicle functions are often added special features that the driver or a fleet operator working with the vehicle facilitate.
  • Become conventional the additional, more case-oriented devices the vehicle-specific Added devices additively. This are for example height and display units, terminals for communication between the Industrial trucks and stationary stations, camera monitor systems to facilitate load picking and delivery, weighing devices for identification of load weight, operation data collection devices, etc. The These units usually have separate sensors for Data acquisition, separate, intelligent data processing units and storage and separate units for display and transmission the data. For optimal operation will be the separate display units all arranged in the user's perspective. This will be the field of vision reduced by the driver. Furthermore does this At a considerable expense, since many components are present twice are. About that Beyond is a higher complexity and an increased space requirement caused.
  • Out the magazine F + H Fördern and Heben, 43, (1993) pages 855-859 is a forklift with a On-board computer known. The forklift has an IR transmitter / receiver unit with integrated modem and a downstream on-board computer. Generated and this data is generated in a host machine, which is its Data about a bus system to a variety of different transmission facilities distributed.
  • Out the magazine Material Handling, dhf 12/90 pages 14-16 is a forklift with a computer terminal known, which has a keyboard and a display. The computer terminal communicates with a central computer, which processes the material flows in one Warehouse organized. The mobile truck will be over the Computer terminal the orders communicated. There is also the possibility, at threatening material shortages over the Terminal to notify the host computer accordingly, so that the corresponding item in the warehouse can be replenished can.
  • Of the Invention is based on the object, a truck with display, control and monitoring system to create, with the operability of the truck improves and at the same time the effort is reduced. Furthermore, the space requirement for the operating and display devices decreases and communication between the environment, e.g. Warehouse management or customer service and the driver be improved to optimize logistics and to make the service.
  • These Task is by a truck with the features of claim 1.
  • The inventive system provides a central on-board computer. He is with the vehicle Bus system connected, which is part of the in-vehicle information system is. Therefor For example, a CAN bus system is provided, as it is in itself is known. The signal processing and storage of all data takes place in the on-board computer itself and not in separate individual so-called "stand alone units belongs also the connection of the individual sensors of the vehicle with the Bus system. This is done either by the sensors themselves busable are and thus can be connected directly to the bus system or by transmitting signals from the sensors through appropriate signal processing worked up and busable be made.
  • The central on-board computer is equipped with a multitasking operating system. This can be a commercially available operating system, eg Windows CE, Linux, Java OS or the like. It allows the simultaneous use of different functio with the associated software modules. The driver operates and uses only a few functions at a time, while all other functions run invisibly in the background for the operator.
  • to Display is preferably provided a graphics-capable screen, and the operation may preferably be via a touch-sensitive Screen (touch screen) or optionally via buttons, whose function depends on the respective menus is variable (soft keys). The display via the graphics-capable screen, which can also be done in color, with the respective display symbols, e.g. Bar displays, round instruments etc. are freely programmable and can the respectively desired Ad be customized. To the clear Storage of operational and operational data comes from the operating system managed file systems used in conjunction with robust, shockproof Storage media having no moving parts, e.g. Semiconductor memory, be used.
  • A External communication is preferably by coupling via standardized interfaces using commercial building blocks, the access e.g. to the public Mobile network, to local data transmission networks, etc. allow. On the other hand standardized PC communication protocols, e.g. Internet usage, applied become.
  • The Menus of the Software of the on-board computer are obvious to certain operating conditions of the truck assigned, for example, the driving, the lifting and lowering operation etc. According to one embodiment of the invention, it is possible to use individual Menus too automatically call when the driver certain vehicle functions served. For example, the driving menu can be activated automatically, if the driver for longer time operated the accelerator pedal. The same applies to the lift and lower menu during operation the lifting and lowering function etc.
  • The inventive system has a number of advantages. That way, the driver can focus on one focus on the only display and user interface. Thereby are also the visibility improved, because the various displays and control units can be omitted. If required, they are implemented on the on-board computer. The manufacturing and development effort is through synergy of hardware and the use of commercial Hardware and software modules reduced. Through the integration of the On-board computer in the in-vehicle information system (CAN bus) and external to the vehicle Systems (intranet, internet) are the on-board computer and so the operator all information available. Compatible data formats allow easy data exchange with standard applications. Generally allows the system according to the invention the communication between in-vehicle bus system and external Participants via contactless Data transmission, For example, radio, IR links or the like and associated data processing, storage and display.
  • Based of drawings are exemplary embodiments the invention in more detail below explained become.
  • 1 shows a scheme for the arrangement of an on-board computer in a forklift.
  • 2 schematically shows the assignment of different hardware to the on-board computer 1 ,
  • 3 shows the user interface of the on-board computer before commissioning.
  • 4 shows the user interface in the menu Driving.
  • 5 shows the user interface in the menu lift and lower mode.
  • 6 shows the user interface in the menu Computer / Service.
  • 7 shows the user interface in the menu Data / Mobile with submenus.
  • In 1 is a forklift 10 shown with a drive part 12 and a load part 14 , On the drive part 12 is a cabin 16 rotatable about a vertical axis to allow the driver different viewing directions. The cab can also be swiveled through 180 ° so that the driver can look "behind." There is an antenna on the roof of the cabin 18 indicated, which is connected to a transmitting and receiving device in the vehicle for the transmission of data between the vehicle and an external station 36 by radio.
  • The drive part 12 has a battery or internal combustion engine operated drive (not shown), and the steering acts on at least one rear wheel 20 , The load part 14 has a mast 22 on, on which a lifting fork 24 is guided vertically. The drive for the scaffolding 12 , which is changeable in its inclination, as well as for the fork 24 is also not shown. In principle, these are parts that are known per se in forklifts.
  • How out 1 it also appears in the cabin 16 an on-board computer 26 arranged, the user interface is arranged in the direction of the driver and is within reach of the driver's hand, as will be discussed below. In-vehicle communication includes a CAN bus system 28 which, for example, establishes communication between control levers in the cabin 16 and drive controls in the drive part 12 ,
  • The on-board computer 26 also has an interface for external communication with, for example, warehouse management and customer service over the Internet or mobile, as in 30 indicated. Warehouse management and customer service each have a PC 32 respectively. 34 , where the pc 32 is directly receivable for contactless signal transmission, such as by an antenna 36 hinted while the pc 34 via an interface to a mobile phone 38 has, with the on-board computer 26 can communicate. The PCs 32 . 34 You can also communicate with each other via the internet.
  • With the on-board computer 26 are all sensors or other peripherals connected to a forklift, such as a forklift 10 to 1 can be equipped. These include, for example, sensors 40 for altitude reading, sensors 42 for displaying the different operating conditions of the vehicle, possibly including a so-called shock sensor and sensors 44 to measure the weight of a load on the fork 24 etc. This list is only exemplary and in no way complete, as the following explanations make clear. With the on-board computer 26 is also a transmitting and receiving device 46 for a data radio as well as a camera 48 connected to monitor eg the batch process. The on-board computer 26 includes, for example, the Windows CE operating system and allows a number of displays and monitors, such as the outlined representation 50 in 2 results. The name LISA denotes a diagnostic system. Over the CAN bus 28 is the on-board computer 26 able to record, store and edit all operational data of the vehicle and to evaluate it in diagnostic mode. This will also be discussed below.
  • The 3 to 7 show various display and Bediendisplays the on-board computer on a graphics-enabled screen 52 , which is designed as a touch screen, for example. He is therefore within reach of the driver of the truck 1 ,
  • In 3 is shown the condition that is displayed when powering the forklift 10 switched on but commissioning has not yet taken place. The driver is asked to enter his PIN. If the PIN is accepted, it will appear on the right side of the screen 52 a display according to 4 , which has a column with different touch panels, which are referred to below as keys and of which the top 54 is assigned to the "Driving mode" menu, the key 56 underneath is the "raise and lower" menu, the key 58 the "Diagnostics" menu and the button 60 assigned to the "Communication with the warehouse" menu 4 appear a circular display 64 for the speed, an hour meter 66 , a steering angle indicator 68 , a time display (digital) 70 , a date display 72 (digital), a battery status indicator 74 and an ad 76 for discharging or charging current. For the latter may be noted that in many forklifts already an energy recovery is provided, for example, when lowering the load. Also, the flow of a charging current in energy recovery would in 76 are displayed.
  • Bottom left is a series of buttons to recognize, one of which is button 78 the parking brake is pressed, the button 80 forms a slow travel switch. The button's 82 to 90 allow the pivoting of the cabin 16 in the basic position according to 1 and in various other positions, as indicated by the arrows shown in the keys. When the button is pressed 82 pivots the cab in the exit and parking position. When not in operation, the keys are pointing 78 to 90 a first color, eg green and when pressed a second color, eg red. As a result, the driver recognizes which key he has pressed. The same goes for the buttons 54 to 60 ,
  • In the presentation after 5 the driver has the button 56 pressed. As a result, he has activated the menu "Lifting mode", and on the screen 52 a variety of advertisements will be made, which are briefly mentioned below. Links on the screen will be added 92 an indication of the lifting or lowering speed instead. The maximum speed is specified here as ± 0.6 m per second. In the field 92 appear up and down propagating bars (not shown) which indicate the speed to the driver. It is understood that other display symbols can be provided to clearly indicate to the driver the speed for raising and lowering. The same applies to the displays for the "Driving mode" menu.
  • Next to the speedometer 92 for lifting and lowering is included 94 a display field indicated on a fork 96 , according to the fork 24 to 1 , With 98 is a crosshairs called, which represents in the horizontal direction, the position of the center of gravity of the load on the fork. The driver can therefore easily recognize the respective load center of gravity. The height of the crosshair 98 indicates the lifting height of the load. Below the "Fork" 96 is a numeric display 104 for the load weight and a numeric display 106 intended for the lifting height. Thus, a weighing device is provided, which is able to determine both the size of the load and the position of the center of gravity. It is understood that other symbols can also be used here in order to clearly indicate the load weight and load center of gravity to the driver. The dark field 100 within the display field 94 means that the load weight moves within acceptable limits if the crosshairs remain in this field. The field 102 indicates that the size of the load moves within the critical range when the crosshairs reach this area. The area 103 means that the vehicle is overloaded. The fields 100 . 102 and 103 can be provided with obvious colors. To the right of the symbolic representation of the load are six buttons 108 provided with which the lifting height can be preselected. For example, if a load has reached a predetermined height, eg to be pushed into a rack, then the driver can actuate a button 108 specify or store this height, so that he does not have to manually approach the lifting height during the next lifting operation, but the lifting process is automatically interrupted at the selected height. Of course, the same applies to a setting of a lower or initial height for picking up or delivering.
  • On the screen 52 is also the mast at 110 symbolically represented, which should be changeable in its inclination to the cabin. The tilt range is through the segments 112 . 113 indicated. When tilting is also distinguished on the screen display in a Rückneigebereich 112 and a front area 113 , A numeric display 112a indicates the degree of inclination. Using the button 114 can be a preselection of the inclination, for example, in the vertical position, so that upon actuation of the pushbutton or the lever for driving the drive for the inclination of the mast, the tilting process is automatically canceled when the set value is reached.
  • By pressing the button 58 The "Computer / Service" menu is called up Depending on the type of PIN code specified above, a computer with the basic operations appears in this menu for the normal driver A service employee can call several submenus here, for example by pressing the key 114 "Parameter settings", by pressing the key 116 a fault diagnosis with stored maintenance and repair instructions, by pressing the key 118 the operating database with eg shock sensor evaluation and by pressing the key 120 an accident diagnosis (black box function). By using an on-board computer, it is possible to set up a so-called black box function in which, for example, the last few seconds of various operating data are stored. In the event of a malfunction or accident, the condition of the forklift truck may be determined based on the data to possibly deduce the cause of the malfunction or accident.
  • By pressing the button 60 the menu "data / mobile radio" is activated with submenus, eg from a warehouse the movement order no. 122 by radio on the forklift 10 transmitted and from the on-board computer 26 processed. The order number appears on the monitor and the order appears as shown on the screen. By pressing a button, not shown, the driver can acknowledge the order when he has executed it. As a result, he can now be given a further order. When calling up the menu according to 7 appears on the left edge of the screen 12 a column of other keys with the reference numerals 120 to 126 , When the button is pressed 120 The submenu Motion task is called up. By pressing the button 122 For example, an operating or maintenance manual can be found on the screen 12 be imaged. By pressing the button 124 For example, a company-internal or an external communication system can be called up (mobile radio, data radio, internet, intranet). By pressing the button 126 can be a connection to a logistics company, for example via the Internet, mobile, etc.

Claims (11)

  1. Industrial truck with - sensors on the vehicle and control devices for operating modes of the vehicle, - an on-board bus system ( 28 ) via which the sensors and control devices can exchange data, - a central computer ( 26 ), which is in communication with the bus system, the signal processing and storage of operating data for operating the truck carried out and having a display unit and an input unit, - displayed on the display unit, the operating data of the truck respectively in obvious groups for an operating mode and the input unit Vehicle functions are read into the operating mode.
  2. Industrial truck according to claim 1, characterized in that the display unit is a graphics-capable screen ( 52 ) is provided.
  3. Truck according to claim 2, characterized in that the input unit is a touch screen is provided, which also serves as a display unit, wherein operating functions via soft keys are given.
  4. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 3, characterized in that on the central computer a multitasking operating system is running.
  5. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the central computer a vibration-free has stored data memory.
  6. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the obvious groups for certain Operating modes by operation associated Operating devices automatically displayed in the display unit become.
  7. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the computer additionally at least an interface for has an external wireless communication.
  8. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 7, characterized in that operating data for the driving operation be displayed on the display unit, which consists of the following Group are selected: - speed of the vehicle, - Operating hours of the vehicle, - steering angle or direction indicator, Time and / or date, - battery condition, - unloading or charging current of the battery, A parking brake switch, A slow-travel switch, - a switch for different Pan modes of a rotatable driver station module.
  9. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 8, characterized in that in an operating mode for Raise and lower on the display unit from the following group selected operating data being represented: following group of operating data in the Display unit can be displayed: - vehicle order, - vehicle internal Information, - Dates to an external communication. - lifting and lowering speed, Overload indicator, - numerical Display for the load weight, - numerical Display for the lifting height, - Controls for one height selection with numeric display, - one qualitative indication for the mast tilt, - a numeric Display for the mast tilt, - a button for one specific tilt pre-selection (e.g., vertical mast setting).
  10. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 9, characterized in that in a computer / service mode of operation displayed on the display unit operating data selected from the following group become: - Parameter setting for the Vehicle, - automatic Fault diagnosis with stored maintenance and repair instructions, - operating database, for example with shock sensor evaluation, - accident diagnosis (Black box function).
  11. Truck according to one of the claims 1 to 10, characterized in that in a data / Mobilfunkbetriebsmodus Operating data selected from the
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