PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE is excited to announce the launch of its new AXON EQ fixtures, a range of intelligent LED inset lights that have built-in sensors to collect situational data. The AXON EQ lights are equipped with integrated LINC 360 remotes, essential for creating two-way communication that allows for more streamlined, predictive airport operations. > Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE announces the next generation in connective strategies with LINC Node, a product that wirelessly streams telemetry and status monitoring to the cloud. Our innovative cloud solutions allow for instant sharing of airfield ground lighting information to mobile devices, improving potential to analyze airport infrastructure, historical data, alarms or important status changes. LINC Node forms the second leg in our connectivity strategy helping us drive the industry toward Airfield 4.0.
AIRFIELD. Transition has been a constant in aviation. From landing on farms and fields to full-fledged airports, aviators have seen it all. So has ADB SAFEGATE. For 75 years, we have had the unique experience of evolving for our customers through each industrial leap. Today, we are harnessing Industry 4.0 technologies to deliver smart, interconnected airfields for our customers. We invite you on our journey to a fully enabled Airfield 4.0. Continue reading
EVENT. At inter airport Europe 2021, ADB SAFEGATE will present its Airfield 4.0 roadmap, which uses digital technologies such as wireless telemetry and sensors to automate and enable two-way communication between airfield assets and stakeholders. Visitors to ADB SAFEGATE’s stand 1320, Hall B5 will be able to see how Airfield 4.0 works as a proof of concept and how intelligent assets enable an interconnected airfield to raise performance on three dimensions – safety, efficiency and sustainability.
PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE is unveiling its Airfield proprietary OFDM-based power line communication platform LINC 360 at inter airport Europe 2021. The intelligent power line communication system is based on the company’s Airfield 4.0 roadmap and goes beyond classic individual light control and monitoring systems (ILCMS) to offer a cost-effective and future-proof way to boost airport performance.
EVENT. At inter airport Europe 2021, ADB SAFEGATE’s ‘Smarter Together’ theme will showcase how the company is helping airports chart a smoother recovery using smart technology and actionable insights to deliver a superior operational performance, while adapting easily to meet changing demands. The company’s latest solutions and services for the airfield, gate, tower and terminal leverage digital technologies such as wireless communication, smart sensors and cloud- and web-based mobile systems to bring a step change in airport operations.
The 2021 edition of ADB SAFEGATE’s Corporate Social Responsibility Report confirms our commitment to sustainability while highlighting our aspirations, progress and impact. From solutions that reduce aviation’s environmental footprint and initiatives to make operations more sustainable – to conducting our business with integrity and promoting workplace diversity and inclusion – we’re strengthening corporate citizenship efforts to make our company, our industry, and the world a better place.
PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE has been chosen to deploy its airfield and gate systems at the new Red Sea International Airport, including energy efficient airfield lights, its market-leading Individual Lighting Control and Monitoring System (ILCMS) and Safedock T1 Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS). Equipment deployment and capability has been selected to easily integrate with future systems, to support the Red Sea International Airport’s future expansion plans from CAT II initial-operations towards CAT III. The project reflects the airport’s vision to use scalable technology to enable a seamless landing experience while aligning with sustainability goals.
GRAZ. Ever growing complexity is the new normal for Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs). Today’s controllers have to be aware of a magnitude of different flight procedures, and consider a steadily growing amount of data while operating multiple systems in the control rooms, all this while putting safety first, and respecting the growing demand for efficient and sustainable routing and guidance.
VIDEO. Air traffic is increasing rapidly around the world. What specific “airfield challenges” does the growth bring to the airports? Our Global Airfield Solutions Manager talks about two key areas: Asset Management and Operational Resilience, which is the time it takes to return to normal operations if something out of the ordinary occurs that impacts operations. Interesting? Watch the video where Andreas Wirandi presents on the subject “Safer and more intelligent airfield solutions”.