ADB SAFEGATE will be at the World ATM Congress international air traffic management (ATM) exhibition and conference, presenting our latest integrated tower solutions.
We will be there to exhibit an integral part of our airport performance strategy that extends across four domains: gate, tower, airfield, and services.
Come visit us at stand 351 at World ATM Congress in Madrid, Spain (6-8 March) for more information.
During the three days in March, the world’s leading product developers, experts, stakeholders, and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) are gathered in Madrid, Spain, for conference sessions, product demonstrations and launches, contract closures and educational and networking opportunities. The Congress offers visitors an unparalleled insight into key issues in the ATM industry, hands-on experience of the latest products and innovation.
ADB SAFEGATE solutions to reduce ATCO workload and complexity
The theme of the ATM Congress 2018 conference this year is ‘Rapidly changing skies: around the world’. The programme promises discussions about the rapidly changing environment.
The Congress has more than 7,500 visitors from over 130 countries.
At ADB SAFEGATE we embrace these discussions and are looking forward to having many interesting discussions about the increasing complexity and for opportunities to demo how ADB SAFEGATE can contribute with solutions to optimize operations and ease the workload of ATCO:s.
At our stand 351, we will demo our solution to help reduce complexity. OneControl, a part of ADB SAFEGATE Tower ATM package, that follows the concept of an integrated controller working position, bringing all systems that air traffic / apron controllers need in their daily work to a single screen, providing a consistent layout and user experience, so that the controllers can go back and focus on their real tasks: managing air traffic.
Meet with us at the World ATM Congress
The Congress takes place in Hall 10 at Feria de Madrid (North Entrance) during 6-8 March, 2018. You will find ADB SAFEGATE at Stand 351.