When airport and airline management as well as airport and aviation consultants gather in Johannesburg, South Africa on September 19-20 for the Future African Airports Master Planning Conference, ADB SAFEGATE´s Nel Kotze presents about one of the key challenges that affect airport operation and efficiency worldwide; Low visibility.
As air traffic continues to grow, airports need to ensure that each system is flexible enough to accommodate future requirements and absorb the traffic growth. Airports need to have the infrastructure in place to provide efficient operations in line with safety and security, allow aircraft to operate efficiently, minimize inconvenience for passengers, and provide fast and reliable baggage systems.
When airport and airline management gather in Johannesburg, South Africa on September 19-20 for, for the Future African Airports Master Planning Conference, ADB SAFEGATE´s Nel Kotze will give a presentation about one of the key challenges that affect airport operation and efficiency worldwide; Low visibility Solutions. The title of his presentation is Low visibility Solutions: The airfield lighting and Navaide perspective .
The chairman of the event is Alexander Herring, Regional Sales Director Africa and Managing Director, ADB SAFEGATE South Africa (Pty) Ltd. Based on experience of close to 20 years in the African airport business, Alexander Herring is a regularly invited speaker, panelist and chairman on conferences related to Aviation industry events.
To read more about the event, visit the homepage or read the brochure here.
We hope to see you at Future African Airports Master Planning in Johannesburg!
ADB SAFEGATE is a leading provider of solutions that boost efficiency, improve safety and environmental sustainability, and reduce operational costs for airports and airlines worldwide. Its solutions tackle every aspect from approach to departure – airport traffic handling, airfield lighting, tower-based traffic control systems, gate and docking automation, services and advanced analytics – to increase airport performance. ADB SAFEGATE has more than 1,000 employees in more than 20 countries and operates in more than 175 countries, serving more than 2,500 airports.
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