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Presented a solution of the problem of optimizing the placement of warehouse equipment to minimize vehicle travel path of the robot. It is shown that in this case it is necessary to take into account the location of the distribution center, the location of the rack structure and the path of the robot vehicle with the navigation system error. Considered selection of the optimum location of the warehouse on the example of the distribution of products to the gravitational stock. It is shown that in determining the optimal starting position of the vehicle in addition to the method of conditional robot's center of gravity to take account of accommodation options with a variety of cargo flows of goods in the warehouse need to use a heuristic method and iterate. It is also necessary to take into account the positioning accuracy of the selected transport robot navigation system.
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