PRESS RELEASE. Today’s airports generate vast amounts of data, but too often it is locked up in silos with little chance of being used to benefit the airport as a whole. At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2022, ADB SAFEGATE will show how airports can transform their performance by unleashing the power of data and predictability. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE. Safedock Advanced Visual Docking Guidance Systems (A-VDGS) and SafeControl Apron Management will help streamline apron operations at the new Salt Lake City International Airport. The new airport, which opened Phase I in September and October 2020, was designed to reduce taxi times and aircraft idling. The ADB SAFEGATE solution will support airlines with safe, precise automated docking and a more efficient apron operation. Continue reading
Two aviation innovators are combining technologies to revolutionize both sides of airport ground operations: at the gate, and on the aircraft. Working together under a recently concluded Memorandum of Understanding, the companies’ respective systems will greatly enhance safety and throughput at airport gates. Continue reading
Beijing DaXing International Airport maximizes availability in all weather conditions with complete airfield setup and gate solutions to allow safer, more efficient approach and departure. ADB SAFEGATE’s RELIANCE LED intelligent lighting and control systems in the airfield, and Safedock Advanced Visual Docking Guidance systems (A-VDGS) at the gate, power this mega airport which is envisioned to become one of the busiest airports globally. Continue reading
VIDEO. Airports are facing growing pressure. With more people flying, it´s vital they can make full use of precious apron space. They want aircraft turnarounds that are safer, more predictable and faster to ensure the smoothest flow of passengers. Safedock X is the next generation of Advanced Visual Docking Guidance Systems from ADB SAFEGATE. Watch the new video to find out how Safedock X can help!
Calgary International Airport (YYC), one of Canada’s busiest airports, opened a new state-of-the-art terminal on October 31, 2016. Passenger volumes have nearly doubled at YYC from 8 million in 2000 to over 15.4 million in 2015, and the new addition makes future growth possible. The new five-level facility which is primarily for U.S. and international-destined traffic, was the final phase of an over $2 billion expansion project that included a new runway which opened in 2014. With the completion of this expansion project, YYC is positioned for even more growth. Continue reading