Deutsch: Mobilität / Español: Movilidad / Français: Mobilité / Italiano: Mobilità

In the industrial and industry context, mobility refers to the ability of a system, machine, or worker to move or be moved quickly and efficiently from one location to another. Mobility can refer to the physical movement of objects, such as machinery, raw materials, and finished goods, as well as the movement of people and information within a facility or across a supply chain.

Examples of mobility in the industrial and industry context include:

  • Mobile cranes, forklifts, and other material handling equipment used for moving raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished goods within a manufacturing facility
  • Mobile robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles used for moving and transporting goods and materials within warehouses and distribution centers
  • Mobile power tools and portable machines used for performing operations at different locations within a manufacturing facility
  • Mobile worker devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices, used for accessing information and communicating with other workers and systems
  • Mobile logistics systems, such as trucking and shipping, used for transporting goods and materials between facilities, warehouses, and customers
  • Mobile maintenance and repair teams, used for repairing and maintaining machinery and equipment at different locations within a facility or across a supply chain.

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