BEIJING. During May 15-17, CATES 2023, Beijing, will gather attendees throughout the civil aviation industry across various regions of the country. ADB SAFEGATE will promote its latest solutions such as CORTEX SAFE-r, Safedock FleX, AiPRON MANAGER and Intelligent AiPRON to the China market. See you soon at our booth!
CATES 2023 – a catalyst for growing the industry across the Asian region
Aiming to showcase the latest technologies, innovative products and the vision that will shape the future of the industry, the Civil Aviation Technology Equipment and Service Exposition (CATES 2023) will be held from May 15 to 17, 2023 at the China National Convention Center (CNCC) in Beijing China, co-hosted by Air Traffic Management Bureau of CAAC, China Civil Airports Association, China Aviation Supplies Holding Company, and others.
It will gather attendees from civil airport management companies, air traffic control equipment manufactories, special airport equipment manufactories and other professional fields in civil aviation from various regions of the country. The event serves not just as a platform for connecting buyers and sellers in China, but as a catalyst for growing the industry across the Asian region. A forum will also be held during the exhibition with topics such as “Airport Construction and Development”, “Intelligent Operation of Airports”, etc., covering the area of intelligent operation and management of the apron.
The ADB SAFEGATE latest products and solutions to support airport development and optimize operational procedures
ADB SAFEGATE’s Beijing team will take this opportunity to demonstrate our latest products and solutions such as CORTEX SAFE-r, Safedock FleX, AiPRON MANAGER, Intelligent AiPRON and more covering our main business fields.
CORTEX SAFE-r is our newest Runway Status Light (RWSL) solution, which brings the only RWSL processor with light switching capability to the market. As ADB SAFEGATE takes part in the first RWSL project for a large-scale airport in China, the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport RWSL construction project, we regard this exposition as good timing to introduce and promote CORTEX SAFE-r to the China market.
On the exposition, our Safedock FleX Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS) will be showcased and connected to AiPRON Manager. Previously known as SafeControl Apron Management (SAM), AiPRON Manager is now part of ADB SAFEGATE’s Intelligent AiPRON suite of software solutions bringing digitalization and intelligence to the apron.
See you at at Booth A15, CNCC, Beijing on May 15-17
Our Sales Director, Leo Dong, and Product Manager for Gate, Niclas Svedberg, will introduce our Intelligent AiPRON platform to visitors, which combines the company’s extensive experiences across airfield, apron, tower and terminal operations and integrates them into a single technological ecosystem. They will present how this single system focuses on using machine learning technologies to optimize taxiing, docking and pushback procedures to improve the efficiency of ground handling operations as a whole.
After a three-year hiatus, we are excited to join CATES 2023 and welcome you to visit us at Booth A15, CNCC, Beijing on May 15-17, 2023, to learn about our latest solutions to support airport development and optimize operational procedures.
ADB SAFEGATE provides integrated solutions that raise efficiency, improve safety, boost environmental sustainability and reduce operational costs for airports, airlines and ANSPs. The company works with airports and airlines to solve operational bottlenecks, helping them navigate today’s challenges and prepare for tomorrow. Solutions encompass airfield lighting, power and control systems, smart airport and tower software solutions, docking automation and intelligent apron management, as well as aftermarket services. With more than 1,200 employees, ADB SAFEGATE serves more than 2,500 airports in more than 175 countries, from the busiest and largest like Atlanta, Beijing, Dubai, Heathrow, Charles De Gaulle, Frankfurt, Istanbul, New Delhi and Changi to fast-growing airports across Asia and Africa.