Historically, optimizing operational efficiency at airports has been difficult. The variety of distinct operational sectors has meant that many ‘silo’ sectors have become established as the norm. With an ever increasing number of constraints on airport operators – financial, environmental, safety, security, accessibility, regulatory and of course space – the pressure on management has never been greater to scrutinize the effects of integrated operational efficiency.
As North American aviation industry leaders come together in Boston to gather valuable ideas to build on their successes, ADB SAFEGATE will be there to share exciting new solutions that help airports substantially increase capacity and reduce costs by integrating and automating systems across airside and landside operations, including maintenance processes.
ADB SAFEGATE has introduced its new digital Airside Location-based Inspection and Service solution (ALIS) for scheduling and tracking of airside maintenance actions. The cloud-based solution replaced manual, paper-based systems to enable a more reliable and fail-safe approach to collaboration between maintenance teams, managers and even airside operations, by eliminating inefficiencies caused by human error.
What makes the European airport market very special? To get a better understanding we asked ADB SAFEGATE´s Regional Sales Director Europe, Regardt Willer. In this interview Regardt explains about the biggest challenges and also about solutions to help mitigate the effects. Because of geographical constraints, European airports do not always have the freedom of expanding by means of geographical expansion. Instead airports often need to optimize operations. ADB SAFEGATE’s contribution is predominantly based around providing the airport with the tools to aid decision-making and other tools to speed up the processes at the airport.
We are at the starting point of an important decade of the African continent. Africa is full of potential. The population size is like the size of China and it is an amazing market for many companies. The air traffic is expected to double in the next 20 years. This is what Alexander Herring, ADB SAFEGATE’s Regional Director of Africa recently stated at a key conference on Africa’s aviation industry. Continue reading
VIDEO. IATA predicts that the air transport market in Africa will grow by almost 5% through 2037. In order to cope with increasing demand the sector needs to invest. While the traditional way of funding in the transport section has been relying on the Government budgets, this panel discussion at AviaDev in South Africa explores different options for financing. ADB SAFEGATE´s Director of Africa; Alexander Herring participates in the panel in his capacity as Private Sector Liaison Officer (PSLO) of the World Bank Group (WBG).
VIDEO. The cloud-based ADB SAFEGATE Airside Location-based Inspection and Service solution (ALIS) takes airfield maintenance into the digital era. The asset management solution combines efficient scheduling of airside asset maintenance with accurate tracking and reporting. ALIS helps airports plan and schedule preventive maintenance more easily and implement corrective maintenance more quickly, reducing downtime and significantly improving operational availability. Continue reading
DUBAI. With the Middle East experiencing 4.3% annual growth in passengers, the region is at the forefront of the aviation market’s growth. Airports can substantially increase capacity by integrating and automating systems across tower, airfield, gate and landside operations, as well as their maintenance processes. At the 2019 Airport Show (Dubai, 29 April – 1 May), ADB SAFEGATE is demonstrating multiple Airport Performance solutions that aim to help airports meet rapidly rising demand, safely and efficiently. Continue reading
VIDEO. Since installing its first docking system in 1977, ADB SAFEGATE has delivered more than 10,000 Safedock solutions, making it the most widely used A-VDGS at airports around the world. 18 million times each year, or every two seconds, an aircraft is safely docked with a Safedock system. Watch Judith Kruse, Area Sales Manager Gate Solutions, present the new Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System from ADB SAFEGATE, Safedock X. Continue reading
RESEARCH. In 2017, Frost & Sullivan kicked off its “Digital Transformation in Aviation” research initiative, running a series of global airline and airport surveys, aiming to understand the current state and future digital vision of operators. This article presents an overview of the key topics covered in the discussions with airport end-users, complemented by Frost & Sullivan’s own insights from published research reports on airport IT systems and airport landside/airside services.