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​NTU EEE’s corp lab director weighs in on automated plane boarding bridges to be developed by ST Engineering

Published on: 02-May-2017

SINGAPORE: Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) is set to develop automated passenger boarding bridges for airports within five to six years.

The boarding bridges allow passengers to move from an airport terminal gate to an airplane without being exposed to weather elements.

“In Singapore during the heavy weather period you could have thunderstorms that may impede a lot of the sensor operations,” said director of NTU EEE’s ST Engineering – NTU Corporate Lab Paul Tan.

 

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