As air traffic continues to boom, airports face many challenges. The key is to integrate the many disparate airport systems and apply automation to reduce substantially the time aircraft spend on the ground. To see how our solutions work together to provide enhanced efficiency across the airport, visit us at inter airport Europe in Munich this autumn. Continue reading
INTEGRATION: Aircraft only make money for their airlines when flying and transporting people and goods. Airports also don’t want an aircraft on the ground for longer than necessary – that space and time could be occupied by another aircraft, making the most of the airport’s capacity. It’s no wonder that airports are increasingly turning to automation and information management systems to improve efficiency and safety and support Air Traffic Control (ATC).
Nearly 20 airports in Europe have embraced A-CDM to boost efficiency and collaboration with airlines and other stakeholders. This two-part series provides insight on A-CDM’s evolution and reports on the positive impact it is having at large and small airports. This first part introduces A-CDM and discusses its rise in Europe. Part 2 covers several of the key outcomes that airports have reported.
Last year a new force in airport operations was created with the formation of ADB SAFEGATE, combining the capabilities of six leading companies in the industry. To help you make the most of these new capabilities, we are overhauling our website. Instead of the previous six websites, you can now find all the information you need in one place. Continue reading
Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) chose ADB SAFEGATE to upgrade the Tamale Airport with efficient CAT II LED airfield ground lighting (AGL). The airport was in dire need of an upgrade as the existing narrow runway did not support night operations. The upgrade will help accelerate growth and development of the region, setting it up as an economic hub.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report for 2016 is out, reiterating our resolve towards social development and environmental conservation. As a socially-responsible company, we feel accountable to the environment we operate in and thus adhere to the four pillars of our corporate citizenship program – sustainability, compliance, diversity and inclusion and social impact. Continue reading
Denver International Airport recently began installing LED apron floodlighting from ADB SAFEGATE. The new LED floodlights provide a 50% energy reduction and dramatically reduce light pollution to improve visibility and security on the apron.
Since its first Safedock A-VDGS installation in 2007, American Airlines has appreciated the benefits in cost savings, efficiency and improved customer experience because of the system’s ability to significantly minimize delays during irregular operating conditions. Today, American Airlines uses Safedock docking guidance systems on nearly 400 gates at its largest U.S. hub airports in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, Miami and New York (JFK), and is expanding the technology to other focus markets. Continue reading
More than 100 professionals met to discuss the future of aviation at our yearly Aviation Summit in Birmingham, UK. Nadine Dereza moderated discussions about challenges facing the European aviation industry.
When integrated with airport systems and gate equipment, advanced visual docking guidance systems can deliver more predictable aircraft turnaround times, higher operational efficiency and safer gate areas than is possible with conventional docking guidance technology. Investing in higher operational efficiency will create more capacity within an airport’s existing infrastructure. Continue reading