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Dansk robotprojekt udvikler automatiske tankstationer

Et robotkoncept, hvor tankstationen fuldautomatisk tanker bilen op, er en realitet med den danske investor og idémand Christopher Kiær Thomsen i spidsen. Første tankstation står klar i Finland, og OK Benzin vil gerne rulle konceptet ud i Danmark. 

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Et dansk robotprojekt med globalt potentiale ser dagens lys i Finland. For med den danske investor Christopher Kiær Thomsen som idémand er et mangeårigt udviklingsprojekt blevet en realitet i form af en fuldautomatiseret tankrobotarm, som gør, at bilisterne fremover ikke behøver at stå ud af bilen for at tanke, skriver erhvervsmediet Inside Business.

Den første operationelle tankstation er netop åbnet i samarbejde med det finske olie- og energiselskab Neste. Under navnet Autofuel skal projektet ind i en testfase, hvor det under ekstreme finske kuldegrader skal vise sin evne til at fungere. Næste trin er udrulning i Finland.

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