Bringing airport operations into the future

A growing number of international airports are recognizing the value that autonomous mobile robots can deliver to optimize labor, enhance operational performance, mitigate risk, and improve traveler experiences. Together with our OEM partners, we offer two robotic applications for airports:


Autonomous floor care

BrainOS®-powered commercial robotic floor scrubbers and vacuums have emerged as a popular cleaning option at major airports worldwide.


Autonomous delivery

A powerful new application that enables airport personnel to automate the movement of up to 1,000 pounds of material and goods at time.


The Path to Autonomous Floor Cleaning for the Aviation Industry

The Path to Autonomous Floor Cleaning, Aviation (Tennant)

Delivering next-level value for today’s airports

Today’s airport operators are faced with a unique and evolving set of challenges, including the recent health crisis. BrainOS-powered autonomous mobile robots deliver strategic value that no other technology solution can match.


Expand workforce capacity

Give massive amounts of time back to employees so they can focus on other mission-critical tasks.


Drive operational performance

Maximize cleaning and automate the movement of materials and good across airport facilities.


Mitigate risk of work-related injuries

Reduce human errors, improve facility safety, and ease the burden on over-extended employees.


Bridge operational gaps

Improve reliability and consistency by using autonomous robots to fill in the gaps caused by absenteeism and labor shortages.


Unlock new insights

Autonomous robots deliver real-time, cloud-based metrics that weren’t available before. Use graphical dashboards and email reports to improve operational performance and verify task completion.


Show you’re an innovative brand

Demonstrate that cleaning is an important brand value for your airport, and that you are using robotics to assist workers.

Quotation Mark

Adoption of automation technologies—including robotics, autonomous vehicles, and AI-driven software that can perform processing workflows—has also accelerated … These trends reflect automation’s ability to facilitate contactless interactions at a time of social distancing and heightened awareness of hygiene, as well as cost pressures that may arise from the economic slowdown caused by COVID-19."

What 800 executives envision for the post-pandemic workforce
McKinsey & Company, Sept. 2020

The BrainOS difference

Holistic approach

Each of our applications is tied together by a central platform, making the management, operation, and reporting of robotic fleets far easier than siloed approaches.

Safety first

Nothing is more important to us at Brain Corp than ensuring BrainOS-powered machines operate safely in our customers’ environments. Our safety-first architecture is unparalleled in the industry, and proven out by millions of autonomous hours of commercial use.

Accessible automation

BrainOS robots are easy to deploy and easy to use, requiring no custom infrastructure or specialized training. They can be deployed within days, and can be easily adapted to changing airport layouts.

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