From revolutionary theater lighting controls in the 1920s to advanced systems for airport performance in the 2020s, ADB SAFEGATE continues to deliver innovation to make aviation safer, sustainable and more enjoyable for passengers.
VIDEO. Air traffic is growing constantly and airports need to optimize their performance in order to increase efficiency and throughput. Watch the video from inter airport 2019 in Munich where the VP R&D and Product Marketing, Bernard Geldof tells us about the innovations in the ADB SAFEGATE portfolio that will help airports to handle the growth in an optimized way. Continue reading
What are the main technical requirements of an airport when it comes to their airfield ground lighting? Our own research, including discussions with our airport customers, chimes nicely with an industry survey that pinpoints two major needs – high energy efficiency and small size – to simplify maintenance and enable easy integration.
The Reliance Power HF is part of the ADB SAFEGATE intelligent AGL solution. It has been designed to meet the top priority needs of airports for their lighting installations. The flexible power module system brings multiple benefits for many of the real-life installations that we get involved with every day. Power HF is suitable for existing lighting installations and can support an airport’s ambitions to upgrade to LED for even greater energy savings.
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.
VIDEO. We´re at inter airport South East Asia 2019 in Singapore where the airport industry has gathered to demo and discuss the latest advances. It´s an important day for ADB SAFEGATE as we are announcing the next generation docking guidance solution – bringing a new level of safety and efficiency to apron operations. If you are unable to visit us at the show, don´t worry – we are reporting “live” from the event. Watch the video to find out more about Safedock X.
SINGAPORE. ADB SAFEGATE announces Safedock X, an innovative, next generation docking guidance solution designed to bring a new level of safety and efficiency to apron operations. ADB SAFEGATE’s new Safedock X Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS) combines new surveillance technologies, modern display capabilities and advanced integration to ensure safe docking in all weather conditions and bring fully automated airport apron management a step closer to reality.
AWARD. The Integrated Controller Working Position from ADB SAFEGATE – OneControl – has been nominated for this year’s Fast Forward Award, a business award for innovative products, chaired by the Styrian Research Society. The awards showcase which of today’s pioneering inventions can shape the world of tomorrow. Six companies are nominated in the same category as OneControl and ADB SAFEGATE. Continue reading
NEW VIDEO. Why partnering with ADB SAFEGATE? An interview with Senior Vice President, Airports Systems Division & Logistics at SATCO. Saudi Arabian Trading & Construction Co (SATCO) is an expert in Build, Operate and Transfer. It uses a specific business model that is in airport business quite unique and illustrates a shift in the industry where key players redefine their scope and take up a larger ownership and expand their activities from a mere contractor to also a full-fledged design & operational partner of the airport. We interview key customers to better understand their current and future challenges but also the new business models that are being implemented around the world.
It’s a fact that most of the glamour generated by the aviation business can be attributed to airlines and their operators. But as industry insiders will agree, the sky-borne aspect of the aviation business is comparatively straightforward. The environment, the costs, the product are all relatively predictable. Airports on the other hand face a myriad of extra challenges including geophysical, environmental, social, regulatory, political, climatic and project management-related.