Autonomous Vehicles and Systems at Airports Report (2019)
Given the complexity of a modern airport and the predicted growth in traffic over the coming decades, autonomous vehicles and systems offer an opportunity to increase efficiency while allowing for stronger security and lower margin for error.
This report explores the application of autonomous vehicles and systems at airports and provides insights into the outcomes of trials and applications. It also explores the reasons why airports should think of adopting these solutions and what to take into consideration when doing so.
In addition, this comprehensive report includes technical information on recent applications of autonomous vehicles in both the airport and the automotive industries and draws on case studies from the following airports:
- Christchurch Airport
- Kansai International Airport
- Singapore Changi’s Airport
- Stanley Robotics (WBP) at Lyon Airport
- Winnipeg International Airport