Recent advancements in automated and advanced driving technologies have demonstrated improvements in safety, ease and accessibility, and efficiency in road transportation. There has also been a reduction in costs in these technologies that can now be adapted into the airport environment.
The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 219: Advanced Ground Vehicle Technologies for Airside Operations identifies potential advanced ground vehicle technologies (AGVT) for application on the airside.
Appendices B Through S are online only. Appendix A, on enabling technologies, is included within the report.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||1-1|
|Chapter 2 - Background||2-8|
|Chapter 3 - Applications and Lessons Learned||9-40|
|Chapter 4 - Prioritized Airside Applications||41-50|
|Chapter 5 - Evaluation Process||51-67|
|Chapter 6 - Detailed Evaluation Results||68-121|
|Chapter 7 - Summary of Key Findings and Further Research||122-136|
|Appendix A - Enabling Technologies||147-158|
|Appendices B Through S||159-162|
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