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Coventry-based firm will be running a driverless service to the Wales Open

Coventry-based firm will be running a driverless service to the Wales Open

A Coventry firm is due to score a world first when its driverless service transports some of golf’s top names at the Wales Open. The aces and their caddies taking part in the European Tour are set to become some of the first professional sportspeople to be transported to a live event in an autonomous vehicle today (August 20).

Aurrigo Tees up Autonomous World First at the Wales Open

Aurrigo Driverless Shuttle In Action
  • Autonomous shuttle to be used at a live sporting event for the first time ever
  • Aurrigo shuttle has been designed to be Covid-19 secure
  • Offers potential blueprint for first and last mile travel solutions going forward

Some of the world’s best golfers will be part of a global first demonstration when the European Tour rolls into the Celtic Manor Resort for the ISPS Handa Wales Open today. Golfers and their caddies will be among the first professional sportspeople ever to be transported in an autonomous shuttle.

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Autocar Awards 2020: all the winners

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The Autocar Awards celebrates the most impressive motoring achievements of the past 12 months and the people responsible for driving the industry forward. Sponsored by electric fast-charging network Instavolt, this year’s event, held online for the first time, shone a spotlight on the cars, technical achievements and inspiring leaders, all of which made another pivotal year for the motoring industry.

Aurrigo looks to solve airport ‘Health and Safety’ problem with launch of new Transport Safety System

A Typical Tug And Dolly Formation That The TSS Could Be Retrofitted To

The company behind a new autonomous dolly being tested at Heathrow Terminal 5 has launched its second new product for the aviation sector.

Aurrigo’s technical engineers have successfully developed a new Transport Safety System (TSS) that can be used to reduce the number of incidents involving baggage and cargo containers falling from towed dollies due to them not being locked down correctly.

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