The apron will be fitted with the company's red and yellow omni-directional lights and the complete system will be controlled by its Airfield Lighting Control System (ALCS).
What does AFLCS stand for?
AFLCS stands for Airfield Lighting Control System
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Navigator ALCS A recent addition to ADB's product list is the Navigator airfield lighting control system (ALCS), specifically designed for use at small airports and medium hubs with low traffic volumes.
A range of options exist for the MICRO 100 range of CCRs which allow for space-saving and cost-saving measures in the implementation of an airfield lighting control system.
Surface Movement Guidance Control Systems (SMGCS) constitute the current variation which combines the technology of a conventional airfield lighting control system with the technology of an individual lamp switching and monitoring system to control the lighting of individual taxiway routes to safely guide aircraft from runway to parking stand.
ADB provided the airfield lighting control system, Cardion provided the radar systems, HITT the software (including the multi-sensor fusion, central data processing system and the human interface for the ground movement traffic controllers), while Siemens AS Oslo was responsible for the installation works.
At Oslo, this role has been taken over by ground radar, where for the first time the airfield lighting control system is linked with the tower to provide air traffic controllers with real time moving display of the taxiway lighting status and the surface movements of all aircraft on the ground.