At least nine companies and solution are exhibiting as over 100 of the world’s leading airport equipment suppliers from over 27 different countries get together for the Inter Airport South East Asia trade show at Singapore EXPO from 15 – 17 February 2017.
They are AirPo Products, Axa Power, Efla Oy, Hobart, ITW GSE, J&B Aviation, Plus Eight System, Saab Group and Vestergaard.
Inter Airport presents the latest trends technologies and enhancements to improve the operational efficiency of airports within the region.
The exhibition will feature a specialised GSE area featuring the best Ground Support Equipment available, in addition to equipment and services associated with the operations of terminals, ATC, and cargo facilities.
The event is also co-located with two leading conferences for airport managers – SMART Airports South East Asia, and Industry Talks by Singapore Aviation Academy.
South East Asia is currently recording some of the best economic growth rates in the world, and is also forecasted as the fastest growing aviation market over the next twenty years.
Among the products and solutions from the Nordic countries Efla Oy (Finland) is a leading manufacturer of high-quality AGL transformers, connector kits and prefabricated cable assemblies for aeronautical ground lighting.
Efla is among other things known for continuously investing in research and development.
Their experience stretches back over 30 years, when Efla’s first products were developed under the name Ensto.
For thirty years time Efla products have been serving various airfields worldwide, including almost every country in Europe, at locations such as Changi in Singapore, Schiphol in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Madrid, Charles de Gaulle, Sydney, Manchester, Abu Dhabi and Dubai International Airport.
Efla focus on creating high-tech engineering designs with a variety of performance features in order to provide the optimum solution.
From Denmark, Power Stow A/S, presents Power Stow Rollertrack – a unique and flexible extension integrated into a belt loader. This solution helps ground-handling companies’ load and unload baggage and cargo faster and more efficiently, while improving working conditions for their staff.
Key competitive advantages include faster turnaround times of up to 30%, reduced manpower and improved working conditions for the staff due to 50% fewer back and shoulder injuries. Furthermore, damage to baggage and floor is drastically reduced, as bags no longer need to be thrown.
Constant product development and engineering are the main components in this very reliable and cost-effective extendable belt loader system, which has given Power Stow its position as market leader.
The company was founded in 2003 and has produced +600 Power Stow Rollertracks – a relatively new concept in mobile belt loading systems. It was Prototyped and tested under harsh, everyday conditions in Copenhagen Airport.
Customer base includes American Airlines, Southwest, KLM, Swissport, Menzies and other global ground handling companies and airports.
And from Sweden Saab Group and the Swedish Air Navigation Service provider (LFV) offer digital air traffic services throughout the world by the joint venture Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions. The innovative technology lays the foundations for the smart airport, where various digital solutions are combined to streamline logistics and traffic flows both on the ground and in the air.
Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions AB was set up in 2016 to market, sell, develop and operate products and services for remote air traffic control.
Digital air traffic solutions is a break-through in air traffic services and will create greater flexibility, enhanced security and reduced costs – ultimately more efficient travel for passengers. Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions are transforming the air traffic management industry by creation of new revenue streams for our customers and society.
Saab constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet changing customer needs. Saab serves the global market of governments, authorities and corporations with products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security.
The new company brings together Saab’s world-leading technological know-how and global organisation with LFV’s unique expertise in delivering innovative, digital and certified operational solutions within air traffic control.
Saab and LFV have, owing to a productive partnership, initiated the world’s first system for remote-controlled, digital air traffic control – Remote Tower. The system is a vital driving-force behind continued innovative, digital development within air traffic control. Since April 2015, the airport in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, has been controlled via the LFV Remote Tower Centre in Sundsvall.