Tallinn Airport has begun using autonomous vehicles supplied by Auve Tech for small package deliveries and the transportation of Magnetic MRO employees.

According to Riivo Tuvike, chairman of the board of airport operator Tallinna Lennujaam, testing these vehicles could pave the way for transporting passengers across the airport campus, as it enables

Auve Tech, the first Estonian manufacturer of self-driving vehicles, specialises in last-mile transportation in pre-mapped areas. The company's electric self-driving buses have a seating capacity of eight and are equipped with state-of-the-art sensors, such as LIDARs and cameras, that provide 360° visibility and enable swift response to any situation.

In cooperation with Auve Tech and Tallinna Lennujaam, Magnetic MRO has developed a logistics solution utilising autonomous vehicles for transportation within the airport and between hangars, which not only enhances operational efficiency but also promotes environmental sustainability.

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