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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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Smart dollies and the Coventry company making air travel better and greener

  • December 9, 2019
  • Blog

Zero flight delays, smooth baggage delivery and efficient airside operations is the holy grail for the world’s busiest airports. Currently, the average flight delay across all UK airports stands at 16 minutes(1), which may not seem like a huge interruption in a day, but ultimately it is the passengers who have to pay the price when they miss their connecting flight due to a delayed take-off. Whilst air congestion and poor weather conditions are both contributing factors to this disruption, airside operations can be slowed down significantly due to the time taken for luggage to be transported from the baggage hall to the aircraft and vice versa…

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Aurrigo host BBM Global Industry Scholarship: Interview with Scott Shearan

  • November 22, 2019
  • Blog

Scott Shearan, Development Engineer at Aurrigo sits down to speak of his experience with the BBM Global Industry Scholarship. Scott has been with Aurrigo since September 2017, after moving from Australia at just 21 – he discusses how he got involved with the scholarship, some of the challenges he’s faced, and how it has benefited him in his full-time role.

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Aurrigo attend Green Great Britain Week 2019

Showcasing some of the top innovative transport solutions designed for the future- today!

Dedicating a week each year to bring about a collection of businesses across the UK, the #GreenGreatBritainWeek2019 arrived in Coventry on Wednesday last week. The aim of the event was simple; to demonstrate continuing efforts in delivering greener and more efficient transport solutions – all happening within the city.

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Tech providers chosen for Michigan Mobility Challenge

Tech providers chosen for Michigan Mobility Challenge

Five self-driving technology firms have been selected to provide autonomous vehicle rides for visitors to the 2020 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The Michigan Mobility Challenge participants (listed below) will operate a variety of fixed-route shuttle services as well as fleets of robo-taxis with fixed stops around the downtown area and between show venues during preview week and public days from 6-21 June.

2020 Detroit auto show mobility challenge participants named

2020 Detroit auto show mobility challenge participants named

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer named Tuesday the five corporate mobility challenge participants that will offer autonomous vehicle rides for attendees of the 2020 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The offerings will provide autonomous services for attendees to travel between TCF Center in Detroit and destinations around town, including transportation hubs, hotels and restaurants, June 6-21 during the preview and public show weeks.

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