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Airports & Transit

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Airport/Transit Customers

  • AENA Madrid Airport
  • Amtrak (including Chicago, Florida, LA, NYC, Philadelphia, D.C)
  • Atlanta Airport
  • Ben Gurion airport Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Bob Hope Airport (Burbank)
  • Bradley International Airport
  • Charlotte NC Douglas Int'l Airport
  • Chicago - O'Hare International Airport
  • Chicago - Midway Airport
  • City of Phoenix - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Crown Helicopters Belgium
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Int'l Airport
  • Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
  • Harrisburg Airport
  • Hartsfield International Airport
  • Indianapolis International Airport
  • John Wayne Airport
  • Lambert (St. Louis, MO) Airport
  • Los Angeles Metroplitan Transportation Authority
  • Marignane (Aéroport de), Marseille Provence
  • Maryland Transportation Authority for Baltimore Washington International Airport
  • Massachusetts Port Authority Police Department
  • Miami International Airport
  • Detroit Metro Airport
  • Okaloosa Regional Airport (Fort Walton/Destin, FL)
  • Philadelphia International Airport
  • Polizia Ferroviaria/PolFer (15 stations)
  • San Antonio, TX Airport
  • San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
  • San Jose Airport
  • Savannah GA Airport Police
  • Southwest Florida International Airport
  • Stockholm Arlanda Int'l Airport
  • Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority
  • Union Station, Kansas City, MO
  • Valley International Airport (TX)
  • Washington Area Metro Transit Authority
  • Will Rogers World Airport (Oklahoma City)
  • Schiphol Airport (Netherlands)

Airports & Transit Case Studies

Segway PTs are helping airport patrols operate with a combination of flexibility, comfort, and responsiveness. With optimal visibility and flexibility for maneuvering in crowded areas, Segway PTs allow your force to monitor airport terminals, parking garages, and roadways with greater ease. Learn how Segway is quickly becoming the solution for heightened security in government facilities.

BWI Airport

In 2003, Captain Eric Garrison of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police at Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport saw a news report about the Segway Personal Transporter (PT) and wondered if the devices would be useful for the officers who patrolled the airport. He thought that the quiet, self-balancing Segway PT might allow an officer to respond more quickly to emergencies and patrol the facility without getting fatigued.

Munich Airport

Since May 2007, operations superintendents of Munich Airport's two terminals have been turning heads. Elevated above the travelling masses, they ride Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) to give them greater speed and visibility as they respond to terminal incidents with less fatigue.

Maneuver Easily

In high traffic passenger areas.

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Off-Road Policing Tool

Ready for patrolling outdoor facilities, parking garages, airport roadways.

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