Aurrigo to test self-driving cargo vehicle at Munich Airport

LONDON, UK: Aurrigo, a global leader in transport technology solutions, has secured a deal with DTAC to test its Auto-DollyTug at Munich Airport for self-driving cargo transport. This follows the previous announcement of a similar project at Stuttgart Airport.

The Auto-DollyTug is a versatile and efficient vehicle that can carry more cargo than a conventional tug. It is expected to be deployed in the second quarter of 2024, with the results published in the third quarter. The project is funded by the German government and led by academic institutions as part of the Digital Testbed Air Cargo initiative.

David Keene, CEO of Aurrigo, said: “We are excited to expand our collaboration with DTAC and test our Auto-DollyTug in another airport location in Germany. We are pushing the limits of autonomous technology in different airport environments around the world, creating new opportunities for the industry.”

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