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Adb airfield solutions moving airports to a greener future 20121023

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ADB Airfield Solutions designs and commercializes solutions for the airside taking care of the environment and supporting the strategy of airports to become C02 neutral.

ADB Airfield Solutions designs and commercializes solutions for the airside taking care of the environment and supporting the strategy of airports to become C02 neutral.

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  • 1. ADB – Towards a Green FutureAirfield. Our Field.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 2. Airfield. Our Field.
  • 3. Slide Header 1 Agenda Slide Subheading  Our Green Philosophy  Airports commitments to go green  Our Green Portfolio  Our Overall Approach  Do what you say  Case Stories  Our video23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 4. Slide Header 1 Our Green Philosophy Slide Subheading A matter of Responsibility …..we have a responsibility towards our wider stakeholder community and are committed to sustainability in every aspect of our business. …confirmed in our green Mission The careful and responsible use of natural resources in the design and operation of our products as well as in our internal operations, to serve as a benchmark for others.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 5. Slide Header 1 to go green Airports commitments Slide Subheading In June 2008, the annual assembly of ACI EUROPE adopted a landmark resolution on Climate Change (The “Paris Resolution”) whereby its member airports committed to reduce carbon emissions from their operations, with the ultimate goal of becoming carbon neutral. In June 2009 ACI EUROPE launched Airport Carbon Accreditation, a certification programme setting an industry standard for carbon mapping and carbon management at airports. Airport Carbon Accreditation allows the assessment and recognition of participating airports’ efforts to manage and reduce their CO2 emissions, with the aim of securing sustainable future growth on a collective and individual basis. 2009-2010 2010-2011 Number of airports 17 43 % of European air traffic 21% 43% In 2010 this delivered more than 400,000 tons of C02 emission reductions. Similar agreements are implemented in other regions.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 6. Slide Header 1 Our Green Portfolio Slide Subheading ADB has focused its product development and partnerships to create substantial efficiency gains, moving from LED lights (up to 84% energy efficiency gains) and signs, to power systems consuming up to only one tenth of the energy previously needed, including solar powered lights and solutions to control systems that automatically adapt the light intensity in function of visibility needs.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 7. Slide Green Portfolio: LED Lighting Our Header 1 Slide Subheading  Increased visibility thus improved safety for airports and airlines.  Energy reduction of up to 75%* through lower energy consumption and longer lamp lifetime.  Easy and low maintenance needs means a substantial decrease in interventions benefiting C02 reductions even more * Compared to halogen23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 8. Slide Header 1 lower energy consumption with Our Green Portfolio: existing infrastructure Slide Subheading IGBT CCRs to replace Thyrsitors transistor (IGBT) CCRs can replace Thyristor CCRs to handle the current control by Pulse width modulation instead of chopping waves  Higher power factors with low load and lower brightness steps  Energy savings up to  Reduced stresses in electrical equipment (cables, transformers, …) APS concept New power supply signal via existing series cable.  losses in cable reduced by 80%  losses in fitting: up to 90% lower Major savings in substation building (lower volume required)23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 9. Our Green Portfolio: Slide Header 1 ADB SOLAR Lights and Solutions Slide Subheading A complete portfolio of solar light fixtures  Stand alone product  Combined system  Power grid system No energy sources needed No CO2 emission Easy to set up, to install & to maintain Long longevity, replaceable and recyclable battery packs23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 10. Slide Header 1 Systems (ALCS) Our Green Portfolio: Airfield Lighting Control Slide Subheading Optimized activation of airfield lighting means minimum power consumption at maximum safety and situational awareness  Manual or semi-automatic selection of taxiing routes with automated switching of center line and Stop Bar lights for individual guidance of aircraft, optimum protection of runway entrances with maximum lifetime of lamp fixtures at minimum power consumption  Automated selection of brightness steps in function of prevailing visibility conditions through integration with runway visual range system  Scalable and modular design with standard common-of- the- shelf equipment of industrial grade – long life and ensured spare part availability23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 11. SlideGreen Portfolio: Our Header 1 Slide Subheading & Monitoring System (AGLAS) Individual Lamp Control Optimization of electrical energy consumption  Most economic solution for modernization projects without separate communication cable through power line communication on existing circuits. Watertight Remote housings allow repair – reduced electronic disposals.  Integration of several visual aids functions in one circuit. Reduced number of circuits means less power losses and less space in substations.  Reduced power consumption for active lights of up to - 90%, thanks to selective switching of dedicated lighting segments according to operational needs (example: 2 RWY airport – 20km taxiways – 5 aircraft taxiing – only 200m active center light segments per aircraft: 70 center line and the stop bar lights out of 1.400 lights are ON, all others are OFF)  Maintenance only on reported lamp failures well scheduled preventative maintenance, no unexpected operational interruptions, no mass replacement23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 12. Slide Header 1 Advanced Surface Our Green Portfolio: Slide Subheading Movement Guidance & Control System (A-SMGCS) Dominant operational, ecologic and economic benefits through an integrated system solution of A-SMGCS  Dynamic routing and individual visual guidance enable significant fuel- and electric energy savings reduction of CO2 emissions: our contribution to a balanced carbon footprint of extention projects • up to 50% reduction of accident rates, • up to 4% reduction of taxi time and (10 min on the average – 20 sec reduction) • up to 10% reduction in delays (Eurocontrol cost-benefit-analysis)  and more: • Less pollution • Reduced noise of ground traffic • Better accuracy of flight plan • Less re-routing of flights • More throughput especially in low-vis23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 13. Slide Header 1 Our Overall Approach Slide Subheading  We create tools that allow our customers to calculate their energy saving by chosing the right solutions and set up.  We consider every sale as a full concept proposing energy efficiency possibilities throughout.  We design solutions that meet the efficiency requirements and indicate potential extra energy savings short and long term.  We create new products or existing products in collaboration with customers to meet their CO2 neutral goals.  We create clear win win situations that benefit all airport users and the environment.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 14. Slide Header 1 Do what you say Slide Subheading  We make “environmental” thinking part of the product development process.  We educate and motivate our associates by seeking out opportunities to reduce waste, conserve energy and share this knowledge in- and external  We focus on the reduction of solid waste and recycling  Our production and operations groups work together to identify opportunities to minimize waste in the manufacturing process.  We look to ourselves and our vendors to redesign materials to eliminate excess scrap and only use what is required.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 15. Slide Header 1 Conclusions Slide Subheading  ADB is committed to help airports achieve their carbon neutral targets  ADB has been focusing for decades in minimizing the impact its products and solutions have on the environment and maximizing energy efficiencies.  We practise what we say by adopting early our green charter  We are a proud supporter of conservation funds financed through the sales of our LED products and solutions.23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 16. Slide– Header Manchester Reference Cases: 1 ADB CO2 Emissions Comparison Slide Subheading Runway AGL Installation: Halogen and LED lighting comparison 200 x Rwy C/L Lights 240 x Rwy TDZ Lights 100 x Rwy Inset Edge Halogen 200 x 0.096 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 240 x 0.048 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 Lights days p.a. = 55,910 kWh x 0.5246 days p.a. = 33,546 kWh x 0.5246 100 x 0.15 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 = 29,330 Kg CO2e = 17,589 Kg CO2e days p.a. = 43,680 kWh x 0.5246 200 x 0.02 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 240 x 0.010 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 = 22,915 Kg CO2e days p.a. = 11,648 kWh x 0.5246 days p.a. = 6,989 kWh x 0.5246 100 x 0.065 kW x 8 hrs/day x 364 LED = 6,110 Kg CO2e = 3,666 Kg CO2e days p.a. = 18,928 kWh x 0.5246 = 9,930 Kg CO2e* Halogen Total LED Total Rwy C/L = 29,330 Kg CO2e Rwy C/L = 6,110 Kg CO2e Rwy TDZ = 17,598 Kg CO2e Rwy TDZ = 3,666 Kg CO2e Rwy Inset Edge = 22,915 Kg CO2e Rwy Inset Edge = 9,930 Kg CO2e Total = 69,843 Kg CO2e Total = 19,706 Kg CO2e * Estimated energy consumption if Manchester replaces Grand Total Savings = 50,137 Kg CO2e the Halogen Edge lights when LED versions are available Manchester Trial23/10/2012 ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  • 17. A I R F I E L D. O U R F I E L D.
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