TLD would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers, suppliers, partners, employees and their families all the very best during this festive season.
We look forward to working with you throughout 2024 as we continue to make the aviation industry a LEANER & GREENER environment. 🌳🌎✈️
The Saudi Airport Exhibition will feature multiple platforms for attendees to learn from global industry leaders, view the latest technologies from around the world and build new partnerships to enhance their own business.
TLD is pleased to announce its attendance at this important aviation development exhibition.
Join us at Booth 630 to meet the team, view the latest GSEW smart tech and discuss your airside requirements.
Leading the way forward in autonomous driverless airport vehicles, the partnership between EasyMile and Alvest Group Companies, TLD & Smart Airport Systems, has continued to prove itself within the aviation industry.
The EZTow driverless baggage tractor has now achieved Level 4 autonomous driving meaning it has completely removed the requirement for any human interaction on-board.
TractEasy is an autonomous electric tractor concept created by TLD and EasyMile that has become the standard for zero-emission solutions covering a wide range of applications, from airport baggage handling to parts supply to assembly lines.
Richard Reno, CEO of TractEasy articulates his thoughts about how autonomous vehicles can drive change in aviation.
In airports, the efficient handling of baggage and cargo has become a critical challenge, exacerbated by a labour shortage.
While industries like manufacturing have adopted autonomous indoor vehicles for years, airports have been slower to embrace such technology and safety standards. However, some pioneering airports and airlines have successfully demonstrated level 4 autonomous cargo and baggage transportation operations.
With advancements in technology and a growing understanding of operational challenges, autonomous tow tractors are poised to improve safety, and efficiency, and reduce operating costs at airports worldwide.
The debate on safety standards for autonomous vehicles in airports is ongoing, with some exploring lower safety tolerance solutions, but the most significant success stories prioritize the highest levels of safety.