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Weekly Round Up
25 September 2016
Latest Companies

Sprung - Relocatable Fabric Buildings for Airport Operations

Transoft Solutions - CAD Software for Airside Design, Planning and Operations

INFORM - Advanced Optimization Software for Planning and Decision Making at Airports

BETA Fueling Systems - Refuelling Equipment for the Aviation Industry

Sepura - Digital Radio Products, Systems and Applications

Press Releases

SACO Supplies ULD Handling Equipment for New Cargo Terminal at Oslo Airport
During 2015 / 2016 Roadfeeders realised a brand new cargo terminal at Oslo's Gardermoen Airport. The 8,000m² facility was opened in July 2016 and is dedicated for handling perishable cargo with cool and cold store sections as well as a separate general cargo area.

ICM Airport Technics Awarded Contract to Install Self-Service Auto Bag-Drops at Singapore Changi Airport
ICM Airport Technics, a global leader in self-service bag-drop and baggage handling solutions, has signed a contract with Changi Airport Group (CAG) to supply and maintain Hybrid auto bag-drop (ABD) units. The units can be used either as self-service bag-drop machines or conventional check-in counters. They will be installed progressively at Changi Airport.

Black Box Introduces the Ultimate Wireless Presentation System for Conference Rooms and Classrooms
Black Box continues to expand their conference room and classroom technology solution portfolio with Coalesce™, a new wireless collaboration tool. Coalesce transforms the way users present and participate in idea sharing. It helps corporations and educational institutions to Improve efficiency, save time, boost team dynamics and foster innovation.

DFS Opens Regional Offices in Singapore and Beijing
DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung continues to grow its sales and consulting business for air navigation services. In January 2016, DFS opened a new office in Singapore, to be followed by another regional office in Beijing at the end of 2016.

Vanderlande Unveils State-of-the-Art New Headquarters
Vanderlande has officially opened the doors to its new cutting-edge office building in Veghel. A formal ceremony was held on Thursday 15 September, and a commemorative brick was laid in celebration of the milestone event. The names of seven Vanderlande employees, who have each been with the company for more than 45 years, were inscribed on the brick.

White Papers

SICK Airport Innovations
Numerous logistics processes at the airport run smoothly thanks to sensors and sensor solutions from SICK. The airplane stops precisely at the parking position at the gate, the air cargo...

HD Video and Peripheral Signal Extension and Switching
Black Box Network Services is a leading HD video and peripheral switching and extension solutions provider, serving 175,000 clients in 33 countries with 89 offices throughout the...

Welcome to a World of Professional Radio Communications
DAMM TetraFlex® Systems have been specifically designed to adapt or grow with you, without incurring major additional infrastructure costs. This increases functional efficiency, while...

The 5Cs of Radio Communication that can Transform Airport Management
Airports are high-noise, high-security environments where communication simply cannot fail. With thousands of workers pulling together to service hundreds of thousands of travellers every...

Optimising Operations using BETA's Aviation Refueling Solutions
Customers want to reduce waste, achieve faster fueling times, and minimize downtime. Without progress on these goals, they cannot realize their corporate objectives for refueling...


August's top stories: PANSA and Oro Navigacija signed deal with Indra, India planned to open up to 15 airports by 2017.
The Polish air navigation service provider (ANSP) PANSA and ANSP Oro Navigacija in Lithuania signed new contracts with Indra for the installation of iTEC air traffic management systems, and India planned to open between ten and 15 airports by 2017 to boost regional connectivity. Airport-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from August.

Airports go green through urban farming
In a creative take on sustainability, a number of airports around the world have used their space and resources to set up animal farms, apiaries, vegetable plantations or exotic gardens on their grounds. From fulfilling landscaping duties, cutting maintenance costs and keeping unwanted wildlife at bay, the critters offer a welcome break from the famously stressful airport environment.

July's top stories: Heathrow selects Grimshaw, Work begins on San Francisco airport project
London's Heathrow selects Grimshaw Architects for airport expansion concept design, and work commences on San Francisco airport’s Terminal One renovation project. Airport-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2016.

Airport security: fighting the insider threat
Passengers are accustomed to layer upon layer of airport security, but there’s a side they don’t see: security checks for airport employees. Now, concerns about the threat posed by rogue insiders has led to the realisation that baggage handling, in particular, is a security loophole that needs to be closed.

Airport Industry Review: Issue 19
In this issue: Improving weather management, Britain’s airports beyond the Heathrow vs Gatwick debate, the security loophole of baggage handling, Dallas Fort Worth's climate agenda, and more.


Newark Liberty Airport Terminal A Redevelopment, New Jersey
Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, US, is set to initiate a major modernisation and redevelopment programme to update its facilities.

Queen Alia International Airport’s New Terminal
The new international terminal at Queen Alia International Airport, which is situated 35km from Amman, was inaugurated in March 2013. The passenger terminal has enabled a two-fold rise in the passenger capacity of the airport.

Greater Rochester International Airport Expansion, Rochester, New York
Located 6km south-west of Rochester, New York, US, Greater Rochester International Airport (GRIA) connects western New York with other parts of the nation and the world.

Orlando Airport South Terminal Complex Project, Florida
Orlando International Airport, the second busiest airport in Florida, US, with an annual passenger capacity of 38.8 million, is about to launch a major development project to handle increasing passenger numbers.

Tamale Airport Redevelopment
Tamale Airport serves the city of Tamale, Ghana, supporting both public and military operations and handling 200,000 passengers a year.

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