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EasyMile’s EZ10 introduces Dallas Fort Worth International Airport to driverless technology

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is operating an EasyMile driverless shuttle service to seamlessly transport passengers from the remote south parking lot to the airport terminal.

Introducing autonomy to the airport’s innovation group and general public

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is using this pilot as an opportunity to learn about driverless technology and understand potential additional applications throughout the airport. Future opportunities at DFW include additional passenger transport locations in addition to baggage transport airside and/or landside. 

Driverless technology supports people and goods movement at an international airport 

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), the fourth busiest airport in the world, moves millions of people and goods every year. Their Innovation Group recognized that advanced technologies, including driverless technology, have the potential to transform how they conduct daily operations. For that reason, DFW contracted EasyMile to operate its driverless shuttle on a daily basis in order to learn about the technology’s potential.  

Airport parking lot visitors use driverless shuttle to connect to the terminal 

Hundreds of people have taken advantage of the EZ10 driverless shuttle as a new mobility option when parking in Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s (DFW) remote south parking lot. Additionally, the shuttle’s introduction at DFW has taught useful lessons which are relevant across many departments throughout the organization.