Airport guidance software and equipment, electronic message boards, advanced CEDD technology in the airfield, de-icing management system...
Blast Deflectors, Inc. (BDI) is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and supply of jet blast deflectors and ground run-up enclosures for airports.
ANWS has selected Thales to upgrade three airport surveillance systems in Taiwan at Taitung, Hualien, and Songshan airports.
Airport company Finavia’s EUR 5 million investment in runway renovations at Mariehamn Airport has been completed.
ADB SAFEGATE has been chosen to deploy its airfield and gate systems at the new Red Sea International Airport.
KLIA continues to enhance runway safety as it enters the second phase of the field trial for the high-precision, state-of-the-art FODDS.
Air Navigation Solutions, the resident ANSP, successfully completed the transition to the new VCS, provided by SITTI, at Edinburgh Airport.
Cyprus is the first country in southeastern Europe to implement mandatory Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC).
The four-legged robot called Spot has been freely patrolling the perimeter fencing at Hans Christian Anderson airport, checking for damage.
Airfield Lighting (AFL) systems are designed to visually assist and support pilots and aircraft whilst landing, taking off or taxiing.
BDI offers the airport industry a full selection of jet blast deflectors, from light-duty for taxi operations to heavy-duty models for engine run-ups.
BDI offer ground run-up enclosure (GRE) facilities that use patented components, proven designs and a spotless track record of successful installations.
Exel’s extremely light yet rigid composite support structures are the optimum choice for airport safety in every respect.