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Driverless technology specialist secures £1.5m international order boost

Driverless technology specialist secures £1.5m international order boost

One of the UK’s leading autonomous vehicle specialists has recorded an international boom after securing over £1.5m of orders from across the world. Aurrigo, which created ten new jobs over the last twelve months, has seen demand for its driverless pods soar following the successful completion of major trials in the UK and Australia proved that its technology can deliver safe and efficient ‘first and last mile’ transport solutions.

Driverless technology specialist secures £1.5m international order boost

Pod Zero Operating In Ottawa

One of the UK’s leading autonomous vehicle specialists has recorded an international boom after securing over £1.5m of orders from across the world. Aurrigo, which created ten new jobs over the last twelve months, has seen demand for its driverless pods soar following the successful completion of major trials in the UK and Australia proved that its technology can deliver safe and efficient ‘first and last mile’ transport solutions.

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Mobility For All – A Special Report on Autonomous Vehicles And Accessibility

Mobility For All – A Special Report on Autonomous Vehicles And Accessibility – Auto Futures

Autonomous vehicles should open up mobility options for people with disabilities and ageing populations. Automakers, transportation and advocacy groups are researching accessibility issues that need to be addressed to bring the best autonomous technology on the road for all. Auto Futures talked with the leading researchers in the field.

Autonomous baggage dolly takes off at Heathrow

Autonomous baggage dolly takes off at Heathrow

A UK headquartered company is looking at the global roll-out of its autonomous baggage carrying vehicles following a successful trial at Heathrow. Aurrigo was approached by International Airlines Group (IAG) to use its driverless expertise to develop the world’s first autonomous ‘dolly’, a common piece of ground-handling equipment normally used to move loose baggage and […]

Self-driving dolly to help solve Heathrow’s baggage challenges

Self-driving dolly to help solve Heathrow’s baggage challenges – The Manufacturer

An autonomous dolly that moves bags from planes to luggage halls has been developed and trialled at Heathrow Airport by Britain’s self-driving vehicle specialist Aurrigo. Coventry-based manufacturer Aurrigo was asked by International Airlines Group (IAG) to use its driverless expertise to develop the world’s first autonomous and electric baggage carrying solution.

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