Airdrivers Ltd, a company based in London focusing on autonomous mobility, explained how AI-enabled atonomy will ensure that autonomous vehicles can operate seamlessly without disruption in ports facilities.
The company recently announced the creation of intricate AI Algorithms to ensure connected vehicles navigate autonomously in the mixed traffic of existing terminals without the need for a change to infrastructure.
The company commented that
We ensure port fleets can be on the job for longer with reduced costs whilst maintaining service consistency.
The AI enabled technology ensures that port fleets are where they need to be just at the moment they need to be there.
With this, there is a significant reduction in wasted journeying between jobs and with the vehicle’s ability to self-diagnose/self-prognose, maintenance costs and down time can be minimised.
This is ultimately how autonomous vehicles need to operate at the group level and with other elements of the transportation environment in ports.
Concluding, this technology provides vehicles with the ability to self-diagnose/self-prognose which can lead to a reduction in maintenance costs and downtime.