thyssenkrupp iWalk is one of the two moving walkway models currently made by thyssenkrupp, the other being the thyssenkrupp Orinoco.


The thyssenkrupp iWalk is a pallet type moving walkway. A unusual feature of the iWalk is the small, non-rectangular pallets. The pit depth required for the iWalk is shallower than most moving walkways. This might be why the pallets are small, but this is unconfirmed. There is also a slightly elevated version of the iWalk that doesn't require a pit. There is a horizontal, and an inclined model. Like the thyssenkrupp Orinoco, iWalk is designed for commercial and transit applications. iWalk was launched in 2014.


  • 23 ft. (or 100 m) maximum rise height
  • 328' 1" (or 100 m) maximum length
  • 0-6/12 degree angle of inclination (possibly depending on if it is the horizontal or inclined model)
  • 100–125 fpm (or 0.5/0.65 m/s) speed

Notable installations


  • Paulista Metro Station, São Paulo
  • São Paulo International Airport, São Paulo
  • Metro Rio, Rio de Janeiro


  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport - (Old) Terminal 3, Cengkareng, Banten
  • Roxy Square Jember, Jember (2019)
  • Juanda International Airport, Surabaya (to be installed soon)
  • Ngurah Rai International Airport - International Terminal, Bali (2012)


  • Metro Bilbao Line 3, Bilbao
  • Atocha Railway Station, Madrid
  • Metro Madrid-Plaza Castilla, Madrid
  • Malaga Airport, Malaga
  • Puerto Algeciras, Algeciras
  • Gran Canaria Airport, Gran Canaria


  • Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Izmir
  • Akasya Hub, Istanbul
  • Zorlu Hub, Istanbul
  • Bursa Metro, Istanbul

Other countries

  • Calgary International Airport, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens, New York, United States
  • London Heathrow Airport, London, United Kingdom
  • Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Copenhagen Airport, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Milano Malpensa Airport, Milan, Italy
  • Lisbon International Airport, Lisbon, Portugal
  • klia2, Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia (2014)
  • Bangalore International Airport, India
  • Madinah Airport, Madinah, Saudi Arabia
  • Hilton Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


  • The shortest iWalk installation is installed in a supermarket in Catania, Sicily, Italy. The moving walk, which was installed in 2017, is only seven meters long, has a height of only 60 cm and 0.5 m/s speed[1].
  • The slightly elevated version of the thyssenkrupp iWalk is similar to the Kone InnoTrack.





thyssenkrupp video about iWalk moving walkway

ThyssenKrupp iWalk Moving Walk at Ngurah Rai Int

ThyssenKrupp iWalk Moving Walk at Ngurah Rai Int. Airport, Bali (Airside)

thyssenkrupp iWalk in action

Notes and references

External links

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