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”.
PRESS RELEASE. ADB SAFEGATE is showcasing its RELIANCE Red/Green Taxiway Centerline Light at inter airport Europe 2019. Based on the RELIANCE modular approach and the company’s unique IQ intelligent lighting platform, the light comes in a configuration never seen before for airfield lights. The light output switches between red and green, and serves the dual function of a taxiway centerline light and a stop bar, to support safer routing and guidance.
PRESS RELEASE. At inter airport Europe 2019, ADB SAFEGATE will show how airports can transform their performance by integrating and unleashing the power of data. We are bringing together the solutions and partners that will help airports build a more efficient future, one in which intelligent integration and automation will create smarter, more tightly integrated airport processes and systems.
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.
What are the main technical requirements of an airport when it comes to their airfield ground lighting? Our own research, including discussions with our airport customers, chimes nicely with an industry survey that pinpoints two major needs – high energy efficiency and small size – to simplify maintenance and enable easy integration.
Ever since the invention of powered human flight, there has been a need to provide places for these flying machines to take off and land. As technology advanced, the need for an aircraft to land in less than optimal daylight conditions led to the integration of lighting on the airfield. This, now, required the ability to turn these lights on when needed and off when not, leading to the creation of the Airfield Lighting Control System.Continue reading