In order to push ahead with future technologies that are ground breaking for autonomous operations at the airport, Aebi Schmidt has introduced a three step approach, which surrenders standard systems in favour of individual clearance […]
From a local car repair shop in the Black Forest to a global player in mechanical engineering. How did the Schmidt brand achieve this image? Inventiveness, wanderlust and quality are some of the reasons why […]
The Chicago O’Hare winter operations team is a multiple award winner for outstanding achievement in airport snow and ice control. From now on, the team can also rely on MB equipment and technology. Alan Luke, […]
In Saratow on the so-called «mountain shore» of the Volga, the new airport relies on the proven machines and technologies from MAN and Schmidt in order to ensure trouble-free operation particularly in snowy winters. The […]
Düsseldorf Airport tested the fully electric eSwingo 200+ for around a week. Thanks to the positive results, there are now plans to purchase a machine. The airport wrote in its press release: «Electric Mobility is […]
Aebi Schmidt invited over 200 airport professionals from 38 countries to an experience day on Tuesday, 8 October. The focus was on presentations and discussions on the topics of «autonomous driving» and how operation processes can be made more efficient with the help of Data Management Solutions.
Aebi Schmidt Canada is making a strong entrance to the market with the award of two key Canadian airport contracts after successful proposals in a highly competitive bid process. Each award has the potential for […]
Stuttgart is the first airport in Germany to plan the use of self-driving vehicles. The airport will begin with jet sweepers for winter maintenance and baggage tractors. Together with the vehicle manufacturers Aebi Schmidt and […]
Dublin Airport has taken delivery of 27 new KL-V wedge snow ploughs from Aebi Schmidt to help prepare the airport for the rigours of this winter following its experience last winter when the infamous ‘Beast […]
Scientists have long predicted that climate change would increase the prevalence of extreme weather – today those forecasts are coming true. From heatwaves and blizzards to flooding and severe turbulence, extreme weather conditions are becoming more and more commonplace around the world. This trend not only spells bad news for global residents in general, but is having a hugely negative impact on airports and airlines.