VIDEO. As more people fly, airports face growing pressure. This is having a deep impact on the apron and gate areas, where multiple activities must be choreographed to turn aircraft around safely and rapidly. Watch the video where ADB SAFEGATE´s global project owner for gate solutions, Peter Håkansson presents Safedock X and the new SAM as part of ADB SAFEGATE digital Apron Vison.
VIDEO. Munich Airport, the number two airport in Germany in terms of passenger numbers, is not far from reaching 50 million yearly passengers. The airport´s ability to manage growth related transformation over time is a real success story and at ADB SAFEGATE we are proud to be partners for more than 30 years. Watch this video where our Sales Director Frank Wunderlich, presents the growth story of Munich Airport and explains how ADB SAFEGATE’s holistic approach can help an airport to improve its operational performance. Continue reading
VIDEO. The main goal of a multilateration system is to detact and identify targets on the ground. As such the MLAT system is the key element for the surveillance service of an ASMGCS system. The multilateration (MLAT) product improve approach and ground surveillance at airports. Watch the video interview where Luca Menè from ADB SAFEGATE presents OneControl MLAT.
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. What do you do to create the best passenger experience for airports and airlines? Watch Adam Levy, our Sales Director for Airport Performance interview ADB SAFEGATE´s various solutions experts and guide us towards Total Airport Management (TAM).
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”.
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
VIDEO. What do you think is the most complex area of an airport? The area where the different processes of an airport come together? The Apron? If anything goes wrong in one of the processes here; the aircraft, the passengers and the baggage flow – it immediately has a knock-on affect on the other processes. Watch the video where our Director of Business Unit Advanced Analytics, Patrick Reijnders shares his thoughts about “Re-defining the apron set-up – The digital Apron”. Continue reading
VIDEO. Thorben Burghardt leads the Service and Asset Management Department at ADB SAFEGATE. In the past when airfield maintenance was often a separate organization, it existed in a silo . With new technologies and new business models this is now changing. Watch the video where Thorben talks about automating maintenance at airports. Continue reading
VIDEO. Are you interested to know more about the future of the airport industry? What transformation do we see and what changes do we need to support? Watch the video where our CTO, Roy Bolwede shares his thoughts about “The future Airport: Airport 2030”. Continue reading