VIDEO. Airports generate and consume large amounts of data. Communicating that data to the people who need it while they are on the move within the airport can be a challenging task. Information such as delays, flight statuses, and gate details are important and having that information on hand when situations arise means that all key resources can respond and start to mitigate the risks quickly. Watch the video where Ian Cort explains AS-VISION, the responsive application that can be accessed from any web based device to enables more accurate and faster decisions.
VIDEO. With many stakeholders involved in an aircraft´s turnaround process at an airport, integration is key to be able to give the right stakeholder the right information at the right time to their mobile devices out in the field. Watch the video where ADB SAFEGATE Airport System´s Global Sales & Marketing Director, John Wordley, shares his thoughts about “Introducing Mobile Situational Awareness”. Continue reading
An airport operational database (AODB) is the heart and central truth of operational data. It´s a “software repository in which all flights and associated information is stored within an airport”. For any commercial airport, operating from a consistently reliable single source of data is paramount to ensuring efficient, safe and secure operations, and, ultimately, driving customer satisfaction. Read the interview with Fabien Betand, Head of Products & Solutions Development at ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems.
As North American aviation industry leaders come together in Boston to gather valuable ideas to build on their successes, ADB SAFEGATE will be there to share exciting new solutions that help airports substantially increase capacity and reduce costs by integrating and automating systems across airside and landside operations, including maintenance processes.
PTE, LONDON. Did you know that every minute 40 bags are mishandled worldwide? This amounts to more than 20 million each year. Fortunately, technology is helping reduce the mishandling rate which has actually halved over the past ten years. At Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 in London, John Carr, from ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems talked about Airport Systems’ Baggage Management System (AS-TRAK) and how the solution is helping solve the problem. Continue reading
LONDON. Airports are constantly looking at how they can manage growth and operate more efficiently. Reliable, accurate, timely and comprehensive data, handled in an efficient way, is critical to all stakeholders at an airport. In this video interview from Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 (PTE) in London, Jeremy Gilbert, responsible for airport operational systems at ADB SAFEGATE, talks about the keystone of an airport, the Airport Operational Database (AODB). Continue reading
PTE, LONDON. At Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 in London, Mark Abson from ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems explained the APEX Solutions and how they can help airports optimize operations. This Day-of-Operations focused platform makes collaborative decision making a reality, providing information at the point of decision to help all stakeholders make better decisions and act on them effectively.
ADB SAFEGATE completes acquisition of Ultra Airport Systems to create total airport management capability. Ultra Airport Systems is now ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems. By combining Ultra’s airport IT solutions with ADB SAFEGATE’s integration and services expertise across the Gate, Tower and Airfield, we’re taking Total Airport Performance Management to the next level.