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If it is your ambition to expand to meet tomorrow's traffic demands in a safe, efficient and sustainable way, it is time to act today.
ADB SAFEGATE offers one of the most extensive product and service portfolios, where the gate, airfield and tower are the foundation for fully integrated solutions to support airport development and optimize operational procedures.
The COVID-19 pandemic suddenly brought airports around the world to a virtual standstill after a period when airport traffic has doubled every 15 years since the 1970s. COVID-19 continues to have a dramatic impact on the wider aviation ecosystem and as a result of global travel restrictions. ACI World predicts that it will take at least three years for global passenger traffic to get back to 2019 level. A process in which collaboration is key.
Airports can do more with what they already have and we can help unlock the hidden potential for airport traffic expansion. There are ways to expand efficiency rather than expanding infrastructure. Our approach is to use a holistic view on airport operations to increase throughput.
Our operational approach analyzes an airport’s current situation and aims to create a future-proof solution that boosts aircraft movements safely and optimizes airport efficiency. We accelerate airport performance around efficiency, sustainability and safety, by analyzing, recommending and delivering the right mix of intelligent operational and technical solutions and services for the tower, airfield and gate.
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Intelligent power line communication system based on the company’s Airfield 4.0 roadmap goes beyond classic individual light control and monitoring systems...
At inter airport Europe 2021, ADB SAFEGATE will present its Airfield 4.0 roadmap, which uses digital technologies such as wireless telemetry and sensors...
At inter airport Europe 2021, ADB SAFEGATE’s ‘Smarter Together’ theme will showcase how the company is helping airports chart a smoother recovery