NEW VIDEO. What will be the key trends in aviation? Tricky question and off course nobody can know for sure about the future. What we all do know however is that there is a lot of change going on in the industry. So what are the key drivers for change? In this video we gathered some of the trends we believe are major in affecting the industry. Especially we do highlight those within the area we see as our key domain; airside “from approach to departure” . Watch the video and see what you think? What trends do you think are the most important? Continue reading
VIDEO. Imagine one integrated operational process from approach to departure. To make this a reality, such a solution must integrate and intelligently support many different guidance and traffic control functions, including tower control systems, airfield lighting, docking control and gate management. Watch our colleagues talk about how ADB SAFEGATE’s integrated airport solutions for gate, airfield and the tower can improve airport performance.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO in Amsterdam on the 14-16th of March, ADB SAFEGATE will be showcasing solutions for our apron management system which helps shorten turnaround times, reduce operational costs and damage risks. With enhanced integration and information sharing capabilities, the system creates a foundation for more effective planning with higher predictability, enhanced safety and efficiency as a result. Continue reading
In years to come, more and more people will chose air travel. Air traffic expansion and capacity crunch are the biggest challenges at many airports already today and IATA expects 7.2 billion passengers to travel in 2035, a near doubling of the 3.8 billion air travelers in 2016. Do you want a quick overview of global air traffic growth? A tips is to watch IATA´s video. Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE will showcase its integrated airport solutions at the upcoming inter airport South East Asia in Singapore from February 15 to 17. With a presence of over 40 years and strong relationships with the region’s airports, ADB SAFEGATE seeks to further strengthen partnerships in Asia. Continue reading
VIDEO. Airfield lighting at an airport today is shifting towards more intelligence within the light fixtures themselves. Watch our global product managers Andreas Wirandi and Tom Werdefroy explain airfield intelligence in this video.
In the aviation industry staying abreast of the latest developments is imperative. ADB SAFEGATE’s series of specially designed dedicated training packages aim to improve and sustain the competence of airport staff, helping them perform their jobs better as well as reach their competency development and career advancement goals. Make sure to stay ahead of the learning curve in 2017. Apply for one of our courses in gate, airfield or ATC. Continue reading
If the White House can do it. So can we! During a 2-day action packed gathering in Lisbon, Portugal last week, leaders from around the globe participated in a Mannequin Challenge during one of the breaks… Lots of laughter and pretty good for only 1 take. Or what do you think? Continue reading
Calgary International Airport (YYC), one of Canada’s busiest airports, opened a new state-of-the-art terminal on October 31, 2016. Passenger volumes have nearly doubled at YYC from 8 million in 2000 to over 15.4 million in 2015, and the new addition makes future growth possible. The new five-level facility which is primarily for U.S. and international-destined traffic, was the final phase of an over $2 billion expansion project that included a new runway which opened in 2014. With the completion of this expansion project, YYC is positioned for even more growth. Continue reading
It was an exciting week in Canberra at Australia’s biggest annual aviation conference and exhibition, the Australian Airports Association National Conference. Participating in the event, ADB SAFEGATE exhibited solutions to optimize airport performance and get the best result for maximum value when working in airfield projects. On the final day of the conference, I spoke about what airport stakeholders can do to challenge their current procurement process in order to ensure that they end up with a solution that will address their current and future problems. Continue reading