Aurrigo, the UK’s autonomous vehicle specialist, has developed a new way of transporting luggage around airports.
The company was approached by International Airlines Group (IAG) to use its driverless expertise to develop the world’s first autonomous baggage carrying dolly.
- New transport technologies could be transformative and empowering for those with mobility issues
- Disability organisations the National Autistic Society, Muscular Dystrophy UK, Scope, Blind Veterans UK and Whizz-Kidz on board with principle that future transport must be accessible for all
- The Inclusive Transport Strategy sets out the Government’s aim to make the entire transport network accessible by 2030