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.
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
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.
INDIA. Congratulations BIAL! Bengaluru Airport begins operations on the new second runway which will further bolster BLR´s vision to transform the airport into the new gateway to India. It’s been a privilege for ADB SAFEGATE to be part of this great achievement by designing the Airfield Ground Lighting and associated infrastructure as well as providing our portfolio of LED Runway and Taxiway lighting as well as our Control System. To find out more – watch the video from the airport. VIDEO CREDS: Bengaluru (BLR) Airport.
PRESS RELEASE. At inter airport Europe 2019, ADB SAFEGATE is showcasing RELIANCE, its intelligent airfield portfolio. Redesigned to be fully compatible, highly modular and robust, the products work together seamlessly to boost airfield efficiency and safety, while reducing costs and environmental impact. Visit us at inter airport Europe 2019, at Booth 1320, Hall B5 to learn more about the RELIANCE intelligent airfield portfolio.
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.
In a project to upgrade the Airfield, Naval Air Station Oceana (NTU) in Virginia Beach, is reconstructing the runway and implementing LED lighting from ADB SAFEGATE. Not only will Oceana Naval Air Station see a reduction in energy usage, but also a substantial reduction in ongoing maintenance costs related to re-lamping incandescent fixtures. Typically, they would be re-lamping all fixtures one or two times per year. Now, they can go years without the need to re-lamp. Completion anticipated in July 2019. Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE pioneered the use of LED technology for airfield ground lighting, and as LED quickly becomes the industry standard, two out of three LED lights installed on airfields worldwide are from ADB SAFEGATE.Now, ADB SAFEGATE is bringing airports in North and South America a new cost-effective and reliable option for high-mast LED apron lighting through a special partnership with U.S.-based lighting expert, Musco Lighting. Continue reading
Since 2006, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) has been incrementally transitioning its airfield lighting from incandescent to light emitting diode (LED) technology. Dave Garrett, the airport authority’s electrical department manager, explains that the switch has several benefits, including energy savings, product longevity and—to a certain degree—reduced maintenance. Continue reading
Did you know that all airlines operating international flights are mandated to monitor their fuel consumption emissions and report them to their national authorities from January 2019 already? This is accordingly to the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). A result of many years of work at ICAO and the support of the aviation industry. Aviation was the world´s first sector to set ambitious global CO2 emission reduction targets.