Our Airfield Lighting Control Systems range from a simple system controlling a single runway to the complex multi-runway operation of a major international airport. Each and every atg airports airfield lighting control system is designed with the future in mind.
Through years of experience working with airports in Australia and around the world, we understand that the needs of an airport today will differ from those tomorrow or next year or the next decade. Our airfield lighting control systems are specifically designed so they develop alongside the development of the airport, this helps provide an improved airfield control system over time. Alongside any airside infrastructure changes, installation of new airfield services or as part of an A-SMGCS.
Each system is unique, as every airport differs in size and complexity. However, we offer three core systems which are then configured to meet the client’s requirements. The SmartMini is geared for smaller airfields, while SmartControl and Sonnis provide flexibility to enable larger airports. This allows the control and monitoring of lighting patterns to various levels, down to individual lamps (ILCMS) where required.
All atg airports control systems are manufactured to the highest specifications in terms of quality and reliability. Ensuring that they continue to maintain effective and efficient operations and maximising the potential profit to the airport.
Airfield Lighting control and monitoring system
Airport lighting control and monitoring systems, (ALCMS) allows the operators to control and monitor the various airfield ground lighting (AGL) systems within the airport. The applications which can be controlled and monitored include runway, approach, stop bars, apron and taxiway lighting systems. The lights can be operated either individually or as a group, which helps the manoeuvring of all the ground traffic in a safe and efficient way on the airfield. The intensity of lighting groups can be altered in accordance with predetermined levels.
Airfield lighting control systems, (ALCS) can be designed to interface to any type of airfield lighting equipment. This also includes interfacing to equipment that may be supplied by other manufactures.
The system usually includes the monitoring of alarms relating to the airfield lighting system equipment, individual lamps, generators. This also includes other miscellaneous equipment that could have an impact on operations in case of failure. All system commands, back indications and failures within the system are stored on a central database. This is for the unlikely case of an incident, where the systems configuration can be reviewed, which can be done at any time of the day, for a minimum of 30 days.