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Aurrigo launches innovative autonomous Auto-Dolly

Aurrigo launches innovative autonomous Auto-Dolly – Airside International

Earlier this year, Coventry, UK-based autonomous vehicle specialist Aurrigo launched Auto-Dolly, an autonomous electric transport platform for on-airport work. Available as either a baggage dolly or a cargo dolly able to move pallets or unit load devices (ULDs), Aurrigo believes it offers significant operational benefits alongside much-wanted cost savings Aurrigo claims that the Auto-Dolly could …

Autonomous transport company Aurrigo has begun trials of the Auto-Shuttle, a self-driving bus, today in Cambridge.

Aurrigo begins autonomous shuttle trials on Cambridge roads | Autocar

Autonomous transport company Aurrigo has begun trials of the Auto-Shuttle, a self-driving bus, today in Cambridge. The Auto-Shuttle, which was revealed last year, is able to seat 10 people (when not social distancing) and will drive on roads surrounded by other traffic, including cars, lorries, vans, bikes and pedestrians.

Self-driving electric shuttles capable of carrying up to ten passengers are set to be trialled in Cambridge, England.

Cambridge launches electric autonomous shuttles – Cities Today – Connecting the world’s urban leaders

Self-driving electric shuttles capable of carrying up to ten passengers are set to be trialled in Cambridge, England. The vehicles, known as ‘Auto-Shuttles’, will hit the streets alongside regular traffic this month, and can travel at 20mph (32km/h) with a range of 100 miles (161km) between charges.

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