Norse Atlantic Airways, renowned for its fleet of modern and eco-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliners, has consistently aimed at minimizing its environmental impact. The airline’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its high-utilization approach and thoughtfully designed cabin configurations, resulting in industry-leading per-passenger emissions.
The initial deployment of Avinxt’s robots is set to take place at Oslo Airport, with plans to extend the innovative technology to Norse’s hub at London Gatwick. Trøen advocates for a shift away from manual, time-consuming, and costly aviation processes.
Regular exterior washing of aircraft has been proven to reduce air resistance, subsequently decreasing fuel burn by up to two percent. Avinxt’s robots, equipped with cameras and artificial intelligence, scan aircraft for fuselage damage with unprecedented precision, a process that takes mere hours compared to traditional methods taking several weeks. This not only ensures safer flights but also contributes to lower maintenance costs.
Avinxt is set to address environmental hazards associated with toxic glycol from airport operations. By offering on-site collection and recycling of chemicals, Avinxt’s facility can recycle over 80 percent of all water and chemicals used in aviation processes. This innovative approach not only reduces costs for airlines but also significantly benefits the environment by preventing soil and groundwater contamination.
After rigorous testing and development, Avinxt is set to commence the construction of the world’s largest robot in 2024. This robotic marvel will handle everything from larger passenger planes to smaller private planes and military aircraft.
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