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Founded in 1985, AI is committed to providing the best possible design and integration services for automated systems for airports, infrastructure and industry. [...]Airfield ground lighting control and monitoring systems
AI has over two decades' experience in developing, engineering and installing control and supervision systems for airfield ground lighting. AI can also control and monitor other equipment or systems such as weather monitoring, VOR/DME, navigation aids, monitoring and control, ILS, CAT III monitor, supply, video surveillance, and maintenance systems.
Flexible airfield lighting control systems
AI solutions are compatible with all types of ground lighting equipment currently on the market (including regulators and individual lamp control modules). AI equipment can interface with existing control and monitoring equipment.Customised airfield ground lighting control systems
Choose from AI's three product lines (which correspond to three types of applications) and select specific add-ons to meet your unique needs.HMI and redundant systems for airfield lighting control equipment
AI ensures your equipment operators and maintenance staff are able to complete their work safely. Built on PLC architecture with traditional or industrial PC platforms, our solutions include all types of HMI and redundant systems to ensure complete safety at an airport. We guarantee that no airfield lighting black-out can be initiated by our system.
The other main features of our system are:
In order to make installing your runway marking command-control system even easier, AI can also send experts to your facility to set up your new system in just a few weeks.Turnkey airport engineering projects
We work on our clients' projects with a network of established partners to provide turnkey projects in the following fields:
European references include Zadar (Croatia), Larnaca (Cyprus), Bezmer (Bulgaria), Baneasa (Romania), Debrecen (Hungary), and Vatry, Saint Yan, Bordeaux, Nice, Dole, Lyon, Lille, Auxerre and Pau (France).
Other worldwide references include Polynesia, Reunion Island, Cayenne, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Martinique, Guadeloupe, New Caledonia, Sanaa (Yemen), Tehran (Iran), Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Aleppo (Syria), Manila (the Philippines), Montevideo (Uruguay), Djibouti (Djibouti), Garoua (Cameroun), Melbourne (Australia), ADCO (Emirates), Nanosny (Azerbaijan), Bata (Equatorial Guinea), Libreville (Gabon), Dakar (Senegal), Bongkot (Thailand) and Janadria (Saudi Arabia).
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