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Aurrigo design and manufacture four seat and 12 seat autonomous vehicles, autonomous baggage handling dollies and a range of non-autonomous dev pods.

PodZero is a four seat autonomous pod designed for first and last mile transportation in urban areas, science parks, university campuses, aged care communities and anywhere people need to move around.

Capable of a top speed of 25kph and operational ranges from 40-160km, PodZero can be specified with a number of battery options, heating and air-conditioning, and various interior features such as screens for information, advertising and two way communications with an external concierge.

Launched in 2017 and with sales across the globe, PodZero is available for deployment today.

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Aurrigo PodZero at Blind Veterans UK, Brighton
Aurrigo Pod 12

Pod12 is a 12 seat autonomous shuttle. Like PodZero it has been designed for first and last mile transportation, but with a top speed of 50kmph, Pod12 can keep up with city traffic and service roads around larger complexes or as a connection between existing mass transit stations and the places people want to go. Launched in 2019, Pod12 will be available for service in late 2020. Register your interest now.

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Developing autonomous vehicle technologies? Then the DevPod is the vehicle platform you need. Available with different battery technologies, heating and air-conditioning or stripped back to the bare essentials, DevPod provides a drive by wire interface fully documented and ready for your choice of sensor technology, software and control strategy.

DevPod is a cost effective choice for product development, university teaching and research and connected vehicle innovation projects.

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Aurrigo Devpod outline dims
Aurrigo autonomous dolly at London Heathrow Airport

Providing airports with a more efficient baggage movement solution than the traditional tug-and-three approach, the autonomous dolly is a single dolly capable of safe airside operations transporting universal load devices (ULD) around the aircraft apron, baggage halls and empty can stores.

Without needing to wait for other dollies in the train to be loaded before setting off, utilisation can get close to 100%. This means that airports can start to reduce dolly fleets, saving money and valuable storage space.

The autonomous dolly begins to open up new possibilities of building baggage bins on the dolly rather than a lateral which can facilitate the radical redesign of airside operations.

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