PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE is unveiling its Airfield proprietary OFDM-based power line communication platform LINC 360 at inter airport Europe 2021. The intelligent power line communication system is based on the company’s Airfield 4.0 roadmap and goes beyond classic individual light control and monitoring systems (ILCMS) to offer a cost-effective and future-proof way to boost airport performance.
SAVE THE DATE. The most important event in the airport industry’s calendar will soon be with us again– inter airport Europe. After an extremely challenging 18 months, we are now looking forward to meeting you in person at Booth 1320, Hall B5, where we can discuss working together for a smart restart. We never stopped innovating to make airports shine again. Continue reading
WHITE PAPER. Post pandemic airport recovery depends on how airports and airlines can tackle volatility in an affordable way, without sacrificing safety and efficiency. In a white paper titled The Elastic Apron, which ADB SAFEGATE’s Thorben Burghardt recently co-authored with Michael McElvaney from Jacobs, we explore the concept of operational elasticity and how it can aid airport recovery.
OUR PEOPLE. Did you know that our highly skilled software team is developing software and systems for the tower and air traffic controllers at airports all over the world? Today we introduce you to the ADB SAFEGATE Tower Team. Join us on a visit to beautiful Graz in Austria to meet Benjamin and Ralf, two software experts and part of our R&D Tower Team!
Maintenance personnel at McCarran International Airport (LAS) no longer put pen to paper when they log maintenance performed on runway lights. Instead, a digital asset management system uses GPS technology to track the work performed and pushes the information to a cloud-based platform to enhance the accuracy of maintenance records. Continue reading
The baggage collection hall has long been a bottleneck, with passengers jostling to be at the front of the carousel crowds and the first to retrieve their luggage. However, coronavirus has signaled an end to travelers rubbing shoulders with one another, and the baggage hall is now subject to the same social distancing rules as the rest of the airport. Continue reading
Technology is a gamechanger, a disruptor and plays a pivotal role in transforming industries. Aviation is no stranger to technology, but with the restrictions posed by COVID-19, the pace at which the industry adopts technology is likely to quicken. In the second part of our series on trends shaping aviation in a COVID world, we look at how airports and airlines will use technology to address current challenges.
PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE and Assaia have successfully delivered pilot projects featuring a first-of-its-kind concept at a number of pioneer airports around the world. The concept combines ADB SAFEGATE’s Safedock A-VDGS built-in cameras with Assaia’s ApronAI image recognition capabilities to record turnaround events in real-time. The solution offers airports unprecedented transparency and resilience in apron operations.
By connecting the world, aviation brings us closer and fuels economic activity, by supporting a subset of industries including travel and tourism, hospitality, logistics, retail, food, healthcare, energy, manufacturing, entertainment and e-commerce. It is almost a year since the pandemic struck and restrictions of some sort came into effect. As the global aviation industry continues to weather the storm and charts its recovery, here’s a two-part series on trends that are shaping our industry in 2021.
As part of a special report on information technology, Airport World, the official magazine of the Airports Council International (ACI), published an article written by ADB SAFEGATE’s Thorben Burghardt on closing the data gaps to automate airport operations. The article looks at how data has become the new integration layer for applications of multiple vendors.