The main idea of the thesis was to design an autonomously guided trolley for the demo centre of the smart factory for the needs of material logistics. The first part of the thesis deals with automatically guided vehicles and their main components, and their autonomy was explained. The history of autonomously guided vehicles was presented in this segment, as well as their division, different types, their application and their driving guidance. Next, autonomously guided vehicles and their components are thoroughly analysed from the point of view of price. In particular, we focused on affordable drives that meet our expectations. The most suitable drive was chosen and a trolley that is rigidly connected to the drive was designed. For the entire system, drive and trolley with the rigid connection a mechanical model was created with the SolidWorks software tool. At the end of the thesis, the autonomously guided trolley was integrated into the model of the smart factory's demo centre and logistic routes, material loading and unloading spots were provided. Positioning of the trolley was predicted for the loading and unloading spots.