Over the last couple of decades, the frequency of air travel has increased significantly, due to rising affordability of airfares, enhanced convenience in terms of time and better connectivity. Today, the growing implementation of e-passport, and air tourism is soaring. Due to this, airport authorities are constantly investing in passengers’ convenience within and between airline terminals, and airport security.

In addition, airport authorities are incorporating advanced transit technologies, including automated people movers, to provide seamless passenger experience, and reduce passenger traffic congestion. By leveraging civil engineers, architects, and cutting-edge technologies, airport authorities are implementing infrastructural development in several airports worldwide.

Automated people movers have become an essential component of airport expansion projects. For instance, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is planning to build 216 new airports. Automated people movers help in alleviating traffic bottlenecks around passenger terminals as well as relieve traffic congestions in the immediate airport vicinity. Further, several new automated people mover systems have been planned, such as the Los Angeles International Airport’s 2.25-mile automated people mover, which will connect three on-airport stations to transit services and metro rail.

The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has planned to implement the automated people movers at the airports by 2030. Implementation of such advanced transit systems will help in easing off traffic congestions, which coincides with the social distancing norm to break the coronavirus (COVID-19) pattern. Also, it will streamline travel operations as well as reduce carbon footprint of the airports.

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact all over the world, with the immediate affect on the humankind. Contagion risk and reduced demand have caused a notable decline in transport services worldwide. The aviation industry has collapsed, grounding a considerable portion of the world’s airline fleet. This, in turn, is adversely affecting automated people mover market. To address this situation, market players are devising distinctive strategies to improve their business resilience.

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Existing Ecological Concerns to Pave the way

Environmental issues have been a critical area of concern over the past few decades in the airports, globally. Automated people movers ward off the problems of growing transit deficits, and air pollution. With easier capacity and boarding flexibility, airports across the globe are embracing automated people mover technology.

In April 2019, the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) in India has approved a route of an automated people mover project. The project will provide a smooth transit facility to staff and passengers between terminals.

In December 2019, Bombardier Transportation received a contract from a collaboration formed by Chinese joint ventures for the Beijing Capital International Airport. The objective of the contract is to provide rolling stock, signaling, and automated people mover services for airports across the country.

Automated People Movers – A Cost-effective Solution

Effective transportation system is a key necessity to enable sustainable movement of people. In terms of operational efficiency, automated people movers are relatively more technologically advanced transit systems compared to conventional transportation models.

The operational costs are a key factor for operators as well as passengers. As automated people movers are equipped with optimum design solutions and smart technologies, they require low capital investments. Also, automated people movers operate on cable population mechanisms and electric power, leading to low operational costs. Maintenance activities hold a major share in the total cost of transit systems. Effective and reliable design solutions of automated people movers require low maintenance costs.

Players in automated people movers market are focusing on providing customized solutions as per client requirements. Furthermore, they are developing products with less operational costs. Majority of the players such as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Bombardier Inc., and Siemens AG are expanding their sales footprint in the developed regions to gain competitive advantage.

Passenger Preferring Automated People Movers for Short Journeys

Evolving passengers’ expectations, over the last few years, are accenting for the need of reliable, fast, and cost-effective solutions. Automated people movers are an extremely viable option, as they ensure maximum availability of passenger room, and provide minimal headways. In addition, they generate lesser noise compared to conventional transportation systems. Urban transit systems are highly congested and require compact solutions to reduce travel time. Automated people movers come with compressed structures that provide an additional benefit of handling traffic congestion problems. As such, they are gaining greater preference among passengers for short distances

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