PRODUCT LAUNCH. ADB SAFEGATE is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned LED Runway End Identification Light (REIL) which is used to provide a visual indication to pilots of the runway threshold during an approach. The company has reduced the size of the flash head for styles A and E to a common PAR56 size flash head with only 12 LEDs, while maintaining industry-leading photometric quality.
GMR Hyderabad International Airport (GHIAL), which operates Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), has engaged ADB SAFEGATE to upgrade the primary runway from CAT-I to CAT-II and the secondary runway from simple approach to CAT-I. Both primary and secondary runways of the airport will install RELIANCE intelligent lights, a range of special LED lights that can be remote controlled to ensure high availability.
VENICE. Venice Marco Polo Airport is the international airport serving Venice and the fifth-busiest airport in Italy. After more than 20 years, VCE airport took the big decision to replace all old halogen AGL with new LED AGL. The two runways are now full equipped with ADBSG LED Flashing lights system. On a night without clouds, you might be able to see the flashing lights system in action from the tower of San Marco.
EVENT. We look forward to seeing you on the Gold Coast on Nov 19-22 for the 2019 AAA National Conference and Industry Exhibition. Come see us at booth 51-53 or listen to our Airport Operations Manager Pete Smith, when he presents: “How airfield ground lighting can improve your airport’s performance” during the Friday´s conference program.
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.
Ever since the invention of powered human flight, there has been a need to provide places for these flying machines to take off and land. As technology advanced, the need for an aircraft to land in less than optimal daylight conditions led to the integration of lighting on the airfield. This, now, required the ability to turn these lights on when needed and off when not, leading to the creation of the Airfield Lighting Control System.Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE now launches a new distributed control and monitoring solution for airfield lighting control and monitoring systems (ALCMS) that will set new industry standards. The ACE3 boasts a full-color interactive touchscreen display, enhanced communication options and input/output expandability, providing major advancements in readability, monitoring and system flexibility.
ADB SAFEGATE offers so much more than airfield lighting. Learn more about our new extended service offerings in our Airfield+ program. This video shows how you make the most of your valuable time with more efficient airfield operations from ADB SAFEGATE. Our new Airfield+ services provide customized solutions beyond reliable airfield lighting. Continue reading
NEW VIDEO. Looking back at inter airport 2017 – a guided tour around the ADB SAFEGATE stand where we showcased integrated solutions to help airport boost performance. At every stage of the aircraft´s process from approach to departure, integrated solutions can achieve time savings to reduce the total amount of time aircraft spend on the ground, as well as improve the efficiency of airport resources to decrease costs. Watch Ieyasu Sugimoto, Global Product Manager ATC Solutions, explain how ADB SAFEGATE´s integrated airport solutions can help optimize operations and increase throughput.
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).