When it comes to large areas of lighting for airports, ewo exploits LED technologies for maximum performance, durability and efficiency.
Massport has announced plans to rehabilitate and improve safety on Runway 15R-33L at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) this summer.
GANS and ATRiCS, a member of the Frequentis Group, have delivered operational and safety benefits to Abu Dhabi Airports.
The Pollite Internally Lit WDI incorporates the latest in LED technologies and uses a single houses bulb with 2 separate banks of lights.
Pollite shines a spotlight on its 180MM Multiple Light Approach Mast, with a cross arm and the facility to mount up to 5 lights and SFL.
London Luton Airport has invested in further expansion with the construction of a new aircraft apron complete with stands.
Pollite shines a spotlight on its 180mm Single Light Approach Mast, used to mount lights from 5000mm to 12,000mm.
ATG is delivering a design for an 'AGL Bypass System' to provide a quicker and more efficient contingency process at Heathrow Airport.
Pollite's new Internally Lit Windsock Mast features the latest in LED technologies, using a single housed bulb with 2 separate light banks.
Airfield Lighting (AFL) systems are designed to visually assist and support pilots and aircraft whilst landing, taking off or taxiing.
Exel’s extremely light yet rigid composite support structures are the optimum choice for airport safety in every respect.
Exel Composites Approach Lighting support structures consist of poles for single lights and lattice masts for multiple lights.
Pollite supply a complete range of frangible masts for airfield approach lighting; from a single light mast to a five light cross arm with SFL/Flash Unit.
When illuminating large areas, key factors are performance, durability and efficiency. The objectives are precision, homogeneity and 0% light pollution.