New cleaning robots are to be tested at Domodedovo Airport, with an aim to safely improve automation of airport operations.
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Joe Emery, Senior Sales Application Engineer at the Jervis B. Webb Company of Daifuku Airport Technologies, discusses the mobile inspection table, and how it is revolutionising the baggage handling space.
Cranfield University has carried out successful trails of a suction robot which can detect and repair damage to aircraft, as part of the CompInnova Project.
As passenger capacity continues on its ever-increasing trend, airports must diversify their processes to make travel as easy as possible for passengers. Raoul Cooper, Senior Design Manager at BA explains how the airline uses new technologies to streamline both airside and landside operations.
As the NEXTT webinar series continues with Advanced Processing, we asked the speakers, Brendan Sullivan and Massimo Cicetti some questions about their webinar to introduce them before the main event.
The Saudi Arabian General Authority of Civil Aviation offers investment opportunities in the operation and construction of airports to British companies in London.
With growing tourism in North America, the number of passengers has increased, meaning that the need for airport stand equipment has never been higher.
With the acquisition of M-B Companies (MBC), a leading U.S. manufacturer of snow removal and cleaning machines, Aebi Schmidt has consolidated its position in the North American airports market. Peter Spuhler, Barend Fruithof and Rudi Rosenkamp of ASH Group reveal why the purchase is a perfect fit.
Autonomous technology is set to increase productivity of airport operations by cutting costs, freeing up land, reducing emissions and improving safety.
Forty six years of history will be up for grabs in an auction of the contents of Heathrow Terminal 1 nearly three years after it closed to allow for the expansion of Terminal 2.
A security robot that its creators claim reads the pulse rates of passers by as well as scanning them for forbidden objects has just rolled out at Hamad International Airport.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) refers to the upcoming builds as 'terminal cores' for the automated people mover, consisting of new and upgraded facilities in key locations.
The system installed in Terminal 4 enables it to process 5,400 bags every hour, helping Singapore Changi Airport handle 16 million more passengers every year.