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Revolutionising
the Ordinary.

Revolutionising
the Ordinary.

Automating the first and the last mile of Ground Baggage Handling in Airports using Intelligent Robotics

Enabling Big Possibilities through Social Robots

Qubots work together to automate and dynamically optimise ground baggage handling operations, addressing inefficiencies and saving multiple minutes from each flight’s turnaround time.

Helping people reclaim their time and money

37

Reduction in Turnaround Time

3

Quicker Ground Baggage Handling

12

Total Addressable Market in USD
Fully Automated
Dynamic Optimisation
Scalable
High Predictability
Interoperable
Modular

The operational optimisations made possible by Qubots are well beyond the primary automation of tasks.

The operational optimisations made possible by Qubots are well beyond the primary automation of tasks.

Qubots function independently while maintaining the ability to synchronise and coordinate with each other. The traditional dolly train system can be completely eliminated, largely freeing up On-Ground constraints.

Since the system is fully automated, baggage packing efficiency and baggage loading order can be optimised to maximise efficiency, and to minimise waiting times for itinerants.

Since every step can be tracked with high precision and detail, the superior predictability of operations on the airport and airline end allows for better resource allocation.

Modularity allows for flexible deployment, supporting parallelised automation with minimal infrastructural modifications.

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