Recent Advancements on Design and Development of Multi Drop Auto-Walk

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Recent Advancements on Design and Development of Multi Drop Auto-Walk

March 5, 2021 Engineering 0

People are very busy in today’s world, particularly in urban areas, and they move constantly and quickly. With technological advances, there is a vast opportunity to fully understand this people flow experience. The autowalk, also known as the walkalator or movelator, is a device that is used to carry people horizontally or laterally from one position to another. The proposed system is made up of a pulley with a belt arrangement or a pallet arrangement that is driven by a motor. Today’s autowalks can only carry people from one point to another; however, for areas where people must travel in a broad spread direction rather than point to point, additional devices or improvements to the current setup are needed to meet such needs. Without a question, technological advances and the parallel increase in people’s urban lifestyles often contribute to a need for better lifestyle solutions. The people flow traffic is optimised in this multidrop autowalk by having a sub-platform that moves in tandem with the main lane. This multidrop autowalk can be found in a number of locations, including department stores, airports, shopping malls, theme parks, and exhibitions. And this initiative will leave a mark on the development path that serves such a need.

Author (s) Details

Dr. G. Swaminathan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram Campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Mr. S. D. Kumar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram Campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Dr. A. Mathivanan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram Campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

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