Innovative Airfield
Lighting Concepts of the
Future

Chris McGregor
Airfield. Our Field.

SADC, Nigeria & Kenya Sales Mana...
Who is ADB?

Airfield. Our Field.

©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
ADB: Market leaders since 1947

Professionals in Design
Engineering Services
and Systems

AGL Design

+100

+50

Projects
...
ADB’s Full end-2-end focus
Leading the way, from Landing to Take Off

AGL Design

Products & Solutions

Services
Airside M...
ADB: Leader in Innovation
Continuous Innovation = Our recent launches

CRE-M:
Rack
Based CRE
Power
System

Elevated
Turnin...
ADB: Leader in LED
+ 500,000 AGL LED installations, +450 Airports

Abilene - Albuquerque - Aberdeen - Albany - Aberdeen - ...
ADB: Leader in Integration
Leading position as Integrator on the Entire Airside

Perimeter fencing

NavAids masts
ILS

Bir...
Slide Header 1 Asset Management
ADB: Leader in Airside

ADB’s RFID-based solution for
Slide Subheading airside asset maint...
Largest Global Presence
Close to our Customers: Offices in Key Locations

Zaventem, Belgium
Headquarters
Burlington,Canada...
Largest African Presence
A continued commitment since 1953

©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
Large Scale Projects
Full-scale Integration and Facility Management

New Hamad International
Airport

Kuala Lumpur
Interna...
True Partnerships
End-to-End Integration Approach

One of Africa’s busiest airports
OR Tambo, Johannesburg
Enabling suppor...
Key Challenges for
Airports Today

Airfield. Our Field.

©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
Innovating the Airside
Insights from 70 customers, influencers

AGL &
Systems
Power
Systems

• Will continue to exist, but...
Customer Challenges
Helping Customers find the Right Answers

Safe
Operations Products
Competitiveness
& profitability

©2...
Safety:
Leading the way, from Landing to Take Off

Focus on increasing safety on the airside,
as most common incidents hap...
Maintenance:
What is expected, Why is it neglected?

Immediate

Maintenance

Maintenance is the combination
Corrective
of ...
Energy-efficiency:
ADB Survey: Innovating the Airfield - LED will replace traditional AGL

4.4

• About 59% are fully conv...
Energy-efficiency:
ADB Survey: Innovating the Airfield - Solar as backup or to reduce costs
2.2

26.7

17.8

• 80% of the ...
Competitiveness & profitability
Managing Growth via Asset Management

Infrastructure

Growth in Assets

System/Service Ava...
The move to green &
energy efficiency

Airfield. Our Field.

©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
The Future is Green and Smart
How airports will change?

1. Airports will move to full LED airports
Power solution

2. Air...
Going green and smart
Saving Energy with LED

World’s busiest international airport

Enhanced runway availability &
greate...
Going green and smart

A I R F I E L D. O U R F I E L D.

Saving Energy with LED

Central Ohio’s premier commercial
airpor...
Slidegreen and smart with solar
Going Header 1

ADB: First to offer solar solutions
Slide Subheading on the airfield in 20...
Solar Installations
Integrating solar technology to go green

Juan Santamaria International Airport, Costa Rica

• Central...
Solar Installations
Integrating solar technology to go green

False River Regional Airport, Louisiana, USA

• Full solar p...
Helping customers move to energy-efficient airports
ADB’s Green Airports philosophy

Custom AGL
Design

Audit

Consult

Pr...
Slide Headeranswering the challenges
How airports are 1
Manchester, UK: the move to
Slide Subheading LED technology

One o...
Slide Headeranswering the challenges
How airports are 1
Manchester, UK: the move to
Slide Subheading LED technology

Runwa...
Reducing Apron floodlight costs
Reduce light pollution, Reduce energy spend

LED Floodlights: HPS lamp and LED lighting un...
Conclusions

Airfield. Our Field.

©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
Conclusions
Smart & energy-efficient airports are here to stay

Energy efficiency is now key for all

LED and solar are tw...
Contact details:
Marketing@adb-air.com

Airfield. Our Field.

Airfield Lighting Mark II: 1947
www.adb-air.com

©2012 ADB A...
Airfield.

Our Field.
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  1. 1. Innovative Airfield Lighting Concepts of the Future Chris McGregor Airfield. Our Field. SADC, Nigeria & Kenya Sales Manager & Senior Project manager Modern Airports Africa 2013 Nairobi - November 19th, 2013
  2. 2. Who is ADB? Airfield. Our Field. ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. ADB: Market leaders since 1947 Professionals in Design Engineering Services and Systems AGL Design +100 +50 Projects Airfield Lighting since 1947 1920 Globally 450 System Based Projects 93 2013 Global 31 % Market Share ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. ADB’s Full end-2-end focus Leading the way, from Landing to Take Off AGL Design Products & Solutions Services Airside Maintenance System Integration ADB & 3rd Party Solutions Training ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. ADB: Leader in Innovation Continuous Innovation = Our recent launches CRE-M: Rack Based CRE Power System Elevated Turning Pad Light LED PAPI IP54 Sign AD-lights TW Low Protrusion AGL Services Airside Maintenance & Asset Management RFID based ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. ADB: Leader in LED + 500,000 AGL LED installations, +450 Airports Abilene - Albuquerque - Aberdeen - Albany - Aberdeen - Alvarez International - Nantucket - Atlantic City - Kodiak - Andrews - Buenos Aires Alexandria - Pittsburgh - Malaga - Amery Airport - Aiken Airport - Aitutaki Island - Aliceville Airport - Ajaccio - Schiphol - Anchorage - Antofagasta Atlanta - Reina Beatrix - Aviano - Bucharest - Barcelona - Boca Raton - Brest - Scottsbluff - Meadows Field - Bakersfield - Bloemfontein Birmingham - Biarritz - Bismarck - Suvarnabhumi Intl - Bloomington/Normal - Bordeaux - Bogota - Bournemouth - Boston - Brussels - Bata Mulhouse - Baton Rouge - Burbank - Butterworth - Baltimore - Columbia - Paris - Soekarno Intl - Chattanooga - Chateauroux - Charleston Cleveland - Charlotte - Camarillo - Chambery - Columbus - Cocoa Beach - Casper - Cape Town - Charleroi - Cancun - Curacao - Cincinnati Clovis - Daytona Beach - Da Nang - Dallas - Dayton - Delhi - Denver - Dallas-Fort Worth - Deauville - Dover - Detroit - Dublin - Dusseldorf Edinburgh - Eagle - East London - Fairbanks - Elmira/Corning - East Midlands - Kenai - Kasane - Ankara - Buenos Aires - Fairbanks - Faro Fargo - Fayetteville - Fort Bragg - Fort de France - Fujairah - Fort Lauderdale - Fort Pierce - Frankfurt - Farmingdale - Francistown - Figari Sioux Falls - Fort Wayne - Fort Lauderdale - Gaborone - Miguel Hidal Airport - Guadalajara - George - Rio de Janeiro - Guapi - Goldsboro Greensboro - Agana - Hamburg - Mae Hong Son - Ogden - Phuket - Alamogordo - Honolulu - Huron - Hurlburt - Homestead - Huntsville - New Roads - Dulles Intl - Houston - Islamabad - Istanbul - Hilo - Jackson - Jacksonville - Jonesboro - New York - Johannesburg - Juneau Concord - Kapolei - Misawa - Kandahar - Kingston - Osaka - Kaunas - Valdosta - Lakeland - Lansing - Las Vegas - Le Bourget - La Coruña Ricken Backer Intl - Derry - Almeria - Langley AFB - Lafayette - Long Beach - Liège - London Gatwick - London Heathrow - Lihue - Lille - Milan Lisboa - Little Rock - Lincoln - Linz - Terceira - Nellis - London Luton - Luxembourg - Lyon - Madrid - Manchester - Maun - Montego Bay Tampa - Kansas City - Orlando - Chicago Midway - Memphis - Atwater - Polonia - Mansfield - Mc Allen - Macau - Dobbins AFB - Miami - Toms River - Kansas City - Muskegon - Melbourne - Male - Eastover - Mobile - Montpellier - Marseille - Mauritius - Monterey - Misawa - Madison Minneapolis - Maastricht - New Orleans - Monterrey - Maun - Munchen - MIlan - New Orleans - Annecy - Oceanside - Fallon - Corpus Christi Norfolk - Pensacola - Key West - Milton - Nantes - Oceana - San Clemente - Nürnberg - Oak Harbor - Yuma - San Diego - Oakland - Ocala Offutt AFB - Kahului - Naha - Chicago O’Hare - Paris Orly - Everett - Panama City - West Palm Beach - Ponta Delgada - Portland - Perth - Punta Gorda - Philadelphia - Phoenix - Pittsburgh - Palmdale - Porto Alegre - Port Elizabeth - Fayetteville - Prague Ruzyne - Pontiac - Panama City Pau - Punta Cana - Shanghai - Portland - Coningsby - Riverside - Rapid City - Raleigh/Durham - Reykjavik - Rockford - Richmond - Universal City - Reno - Rennes - Fort Myers - Rotterdam - San Diego - Santa Barbara - San Bernardino - Deadhorse - Santiago - Louisville - Santander London Southend - Orlando - San Fernando - San Francisco - Sharjah - Changhi - San Jose - Salt Lake City - Santa Maria - Santa Ana - Shannon - Sarasota/Bradenton - Sumter - St Joseph - St Louis - London Stansted - Sevilla - Newburgh - Strasbourg - Berlin - Anchorage - Sidney - Knob Noster - Tashkent - Tenerife - Tinker - Blagnac - Ben Gurion - Tampa - Turin - Townsville - Tulsa - Traverse City - Berlin - Ubon Ratchathani Venice - Victorville - Vienna - Visalia - Valdosta - Valparaiso - Jacksonville - Vero Beach - Paris Chalons - Montréal - Yuma - Vancouver Calgary - Zagreb... & many others ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. ADB: Leader in Integration Leading position as Integrator on the Entire Airside Perimeter fencing NavAids masts ILS Bird control system Mortar & Resin FOD Light cleaning system Runway friction testing Windsock Weather system Portable Aircraft Guidance & Routing Cable Gen Set Heliport Aircraft docking Stand ID sign UPS ATC Fuel farm equipment 400Hz Obstruction light Jet blast screen & deflector Airfield. Our Field. Logically extending our Airfield portfolio. All Rights Reserved ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions.
  8. 8. Slide Header 1 Asset Management ADB: Leader in Airside ADB’s RFID-based solution for Slide Subheading airside asset maintenance Maintenance Management Regulatory Requirements Airfield Tech Asset Layers Cloud Airfield OPS System Overview ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. Largest Global Presence Close to our Customers: Offices in Key Locations Zaventem, Belgium Headquarters Burlington,Canada Berkshire, UK Madrid, Spain Columbus,US Schiphol, The Netherlands Italy Nuremberg, Germany St. Denis, France Sao Paulo, Brazil Doha, Qatar Beijing, China Taipei, Taiwan Dubai, United Arabic Emirates Tianjin, China Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Johannesburg, South Africa ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. Largest African Presence A continued commitment since 1953 ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. Large Scale Projects Full-scale Integration and Facility Management New Hamad International Airport Kuala Lumpur International Airport Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport One of the World’s Largest Airport Projects • Full turnkey AGL project • Over 10,000 lights controlled by ADB’s A-SMGCS • Third party product integration • Full service support for five years One of S.E.Asia’s Most Ambitious Taiwan’s main international airport Expansion Projects • Three-year full project • Full AGL project covering 4,500 • lights Integration with 3rd party solutions management contract • In charge of full lighting and power control needs And more coming soon… ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. True Partnerships End-to-End Integration Approach One of Africa’s busiest airports OR Tambo, Johannesburg Enabling support of air traffic in low visibility conditions • Long-term partner (+20 years) • Delivering end-2-end solutions to maintain OR Tambo’s position as Africa’s leading airport • ADB supplied and installed • Its new LED AD-Lights for the taxiway and LED PVL Illuminated Guidance Signs to ease maintenance • CAT III NORMARC Instrument Landing System from Indra Navia on Runway 21L • CAT III Automated Weather system • MLAT system • Ground radar for aircraft & vehicle tracking Integrated into A-SMGS ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. Key Challenges for Airports Today Airfield. Our Field. ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  14. 14. Innovating the Airside Insights from 70 customers, influencers AGL & Systems Power Systems • Will continue to exist, but will evolve e.g. Dynamic, flexible signs • More Digital, LED & Solar (energy-efficiency & sustainability) • As airports become busier, Runway incursion will play a key role • User friendly, smaller more energy efficient systems, incorporating alternative power sources AGL Maintenance • Automated, fail-safe approach to maintenance for higher efficiency & lower costs • Evolution to automated maintenance using RFID Other Factors • Integrated approach to ensure all airfield systems work seamlessly • More outsourcing but core activities may remain in-house • Greater integration of communication, tracking & control Control & Monitoring • Individual monitoring of visual aids will depend on airport size & area • Other functions like FOD detection will become critical ADB’s focus going forward ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  15. 15. Customer Challenges Helping Customers find the Right Answers Safe Operations Products Competitiveness & profitability ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  16. 16. Safety: Leading the way, from Landing to Take Off Focus on increasing safety on the airside, as most common incidents happen on the runway. 5% 14% 0% 0% 8% Controlled Flight into Terrain 2% 11% 10% • • • Runway Excursion Undershoot Ground Damage In-flight Damage increase airside safety i.e. visibility and decrease maintenance and thus runway availability Individual Lamp Control and Monitoring (ILCMS) to support routing & guidance RIAS (Runway Incursion Alerting Systems): to prevent runway incursions ALCS: for reliability and modularity Tailstrike Loss of Control In-flight • New technologies will be integrated to • LED lighting systems increase Off Airport Landing / Ditching 2% • Up to 80% of Airport Authorities spend, is related to safety and security Other 5% Gear-up Landing / Gear Collapse Hard Landing 11% Runway Collision 23% Mid-air Collision 9% Runway in- and excursions: Still the most frequent type of accidents ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  17. 17. Maintenance: What is expected, Why is it neglected? Immediate Maintenance Maintenance is the combination Corrective of all of technical, administrative, and Deffered or Programmable management activities during the life cycle of an asset in order to conserve and return it to the functional status. or Systematic Default Preventive 13306 «Maintenance UNE-EN Terminology Condition Based Programmed Continous programmed ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  18. 18. Energy-efficiency: ADB Survey: Innovating the Airfield - LED will replace traditional AGL 4.4 • About 59% are fully convinced of the energy savings & TCO benefits of LED technology, 30% partially agree 8.8 • Cost is still a factor for a few - but the payback time of <2 years for LED AGL should be a key consideration 35.3 27.9 Customer Insights 23.5 • Due to the energy costs and easy availability, LEDs will replace all existing lamps • In the coming years, we'll see greater innovation and capability with LEDs I completely disagree I don’t agree I agree somewhat I agree fully I am fully convinced they will become a standard • LED will initially be a large % of new lighting, but we will see other technologies for specific light quality and intensity requirements ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  19. 19. Energy-efficiency: ADB Survey: Innovating the Airfield - Solar as backup or to reduce costs 2.2 26.7 17.8 • 80% of the respondents believe solar AGL & other renewable sources will play a larger role in the years to come Customer Insights 24.4 28.9 I completely disagree I don’t agree I agree somewhat I agree fully I'm fully convinced solar AGL will play a role • When LED is in the field, solar will be behind it as a back up or main supply • Solar airfield will have more utility as more airports are implementing LEDs for visual aids • Solar energy is not available all year round, in cloudy conditions and not at night, when lighting demand is at its peak ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  20. 20. Competitiveness & profitability Managing Growth via Asset Management Infrastructure Growth in Assets System/Service Availability Operating Costs Today Tomorrow ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  21. 21. The move to green & energy efficiency Airfield. Our Field. ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  22. 22. The Future is Green and Smart How airports will change? 1. Airports will move to full LED airports Power solution 2. Airports will introduce energy-efficient power solutions LED floodlighting Solar panel LED sign Solar light LED Lights AirSide Asset Maintenance 3. Solar will become a key solution to power and light certain functionalities 4. Smart, Automated Maintenance for safer and more efficient operations is the future ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  23. 23. Going green and smart Saving Energy with LED World’s busiest international airport Enhanced runway availability & greater energy savings • All-LED runways from ADB, new LED PVL signs, CRE-VIS power solutions • First to deploy ADB’s runway end light • Improved runway serviceability => CAA RVR credit scheme • AirSide Asset Management for AGL maintenance 5 ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  24. 24. Going green and smart A I R F I E L D. O U R F I E L D. Saving Energy with LED Central Ohio’s premier commercial airport Central Ohio’s premier commercial airport First runway in the US with LED high-intensity edge lighting • Major ALCMS upgrade • First to deploy high Intensity LED edge light in the US • ADB High Intensity LED runway edge lights NewADB LED Centerline and • 28L-10R LED Touchdown zone lamps Airfield. Our Field. ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved Old 28L-10R Halogen Lamps
  25. 25. Slidegreen and smart with solar Going Header 1 ADB: First to offer solar solutions Slide Subheading on the airfield in 2009 ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  26. 26. Solar Installations Integrating solar technology to go green Juan Santamaria International Airport, Costa Rica • Central America’s second busiest airport • World’s first major civil airfield to use ADB’s and Carmanah’s solar-powered LED signs (SSS) exclusively on the entire airfield • Lucrative ROI for solar signs that reduces civil works expenditures and overall project cost with minimal disruption of aviation operations • SSS = ADB solar-powered sign + Carmanah solar engine power supply (SEPS) which increases airfield navigability in night and low-visibility conditions ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  27. 27. Solar Installations Integrating solar technology to go green False River Regional Airport, Louisiana, USA • Full solar powering of Taxiway & Runway • 93% power saving • First full Solar powered AGL system at a commercial airport ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  28. 28. Helping customers move to energy-efficient airports ADB’s Green Airports philosophy Custom AGL Design Audit Consult Product Integration Project Management Green Support Train & Maintain Operational Readiness Airports Define Solutions & Install Design Engineering Support ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  29. 29. Slide Headeranswering the challenges How airports are 1 Manchester, UK: the move to Slide Subheading LED technology One of the first CO2 neutral airports Manchester, UK: • Move to LED on run-and taxiways is part of the overall CO2 & energy savings initiative • One of UK’s first airports to promote use of ADB LED AGL for sustainable operations • First replaced halogen lights with LEDs in 2009 • Achieved carbon neutrality by using: • Electricity from renewable resources • Installing sensors and other energy saving equipment • Creating our energy sources ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  30. 30. Slide Headeranswering the challenges How airports are 1 Manchester, UK: the move to Slide Subheading LED technology Runway AGL Installation: Halogen and LED lighting comparison Halogen Total Rwy C/L Rwy TDZ Rwy Inset Edge Total LED Total = 29,330 Kg CO2e = 17,598 Kg CO2e = 22,915 Kg CO2e = 69,843 Kg CO2e 55,910 kWh 33,546 kWh 43,680 kWh 133,136 kWh Rwy C/L Rwy TDZ Rwy Inset Edge Total = 6,110 Kg CO2e = 3,666 Kg CO2e = 9,930 Kg CO2e* = 19,706 Kg CO2e 11,648 kWh 6,989 kWh 18,928 kWh 37,565 kWh * Estimated energy consumption if Manchester replaces the Halogen Edge lights when LED versions are available Grand Total Savings = 50,137 Kg CO2e or 95,571 kWh Manchester Trial ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  31. 31. Reducing Apron floodlight costs Reduce light pollution, Reduce energy spend LED Floodlights: HPS lamp and LED lighting unit comparison Munich High pressure sodium lamp 7 high mast systems • 4 x SAP-1,000 W per pole • 3 x SAP-400 W per pole • Electromagnetic ballast, ŋ = 90% • Total power consumption: 38.5 kW • Lighting emission: Rn > 3% LED lighting units 7 high mast systems • 5 x F32 6,000 K 1,984 W per pole • 1 x F24 6,000 K 259 W per pole • Electronical driver, ŋ = 92% • Total power consumption: 15.7 kW • Lighting emission: Rn = 0% Savings: 59% • 95,760 kWh/year • 57,460 kg CO²/year • 11,490.00 €/year * CO² calculation at an energy mix of 600 g/kWH, saving at 0.12 €/kWh and 4,200 hours in service per annum ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  32. 32. Conclusions Airfield. Our Field. ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  33. 33. Conclusions Smart & energy-efficient airports are here to stay Energy efficiency is now key for all LED and solar are two key sources to airport operators no matter what degree of development to save costs and decrease energy dependency decrease energy dependency and safeguard airport availability End2End Solutions The ability to contract a single supplier to design, install and manage the key elements lowers risk and improves the quality of service Partnerships with customers to see how the best energy efficient solutions can be implemented step by step at their airport, our long time experience can create substantially savings on all levels ADB Commitment to support Africa as it has done these past 60 years to move fast to energy efficient and smart solutions to support the development of the aviation industry ©2013 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
  34. 34. Contact details: Marketing@adb-air.com Airfield. Our Field. Airfield Lighting Mark II: 1947 www.adb-air.com ©2012 ADB Airfield Solutions. All Rights Reserved
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