Front End showcases autonomous aerial vehicles at IPTC

Front End, a leader in the integration of advanced technology across sectors, is captivating audiences at the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) 2024, from February 12 to 14 in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
The focal point of its participation will be its cutting-edge autonomous aerial vehicles (AAVs) by Ehang on display at booth 6140, that aim to revolutionise various sectors, including tourism through passenger transport, logistics, and civil defence by enhancing firefighting operations.
Aligned with the visionary goals of Saudi Vision 2030, Front End plays a key role by introducing its Ehang autonomous aerial vehicles throughout Saudi Arabia, a strategic move that positions the kingdom as a global catalyst to the paradigm shift in autonomous aerial vehicles and the future of air mobility.
Future of air mobility
Majid Alghaslan, Chairman and CEO, Front End Limited Company emphasised the company’s commitment to spearheading the future of air mobility saying: “Our participation at IPTC 2024 signifies a transformative moment in our journey to bring groundbreaking technology to air transportation, logistics, and public safety. We are determined to redefine how people and goods move, not only within the Kingdom but also on a global scale.”
Adding to their list of benefits, these AAVs are also set to significantly enhance safety and reduce operational costs for offshore platforms and rigs in oil & gas fields. By minimising the need for flights and operations that can be autonomously conducted, these vehicles promise to improve safety measures and cut down expenses associated with traditional methods.
Their capability to deliver goods to ships offshore presents a cost-effective alternative to conventional supply chain logistics, marking a significant advancement in operational efficiency and safety in maritime activities.
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