Go Wireless. Enable your pushback, wing walking and de-icing teams to communicate far more effectively.

Discover what’s new in aircraft ground handling communications at Stand E05 at The Asian GHI Conference, 21st – 23rd February 2023.

If one of your responsibilities is safely improving pushback and aircraft maintenance turnaround times, come and visit us at the 14th Asian GHI Conference that runs from 21st to 23rd February – just four weeks away!

We’re inviting you to see for yourself how our systems could help you:

• Reduce the risk of aircraft collision/damage
• Quicken pre-flight and pushback turnaround times  
• Improve ground handling team safety 
• Increase pushback-to-cockpit communication link and range

Still using wired pushback communications?
You need to see our demo.

If you are using a wired link between the cockpit and your pushback operative, then you will be familiar with the increased risk of trips (over wires), the limited range (most only have a 10-15m range), wire snagging and the need to change back to hand signalling in adverse weather.

On 21st February (day 1) we will be demonstrating how our wireless pushback solutions remove all these problems by:

    • Giving your pushback operatives far more freedom to move around the aircraft without losing communication with the cockpit (a standard range of up to 150m).
    • Taking away the safety risks of wires (trips and lightning)
    • Stopping wire replacements altogether with a completely wireless system

    Visit the demonstration area on 21st February at 12:50 for a live 15-minute overview on the latest in wireless pushback solutions.

    Pushback + Wing Walkers – a new way to communicate

    Give your pushback and wing walker teams the freedom to communicate wirelessly with one another around an aircraft.

    Our pushback wireless solutions can be designed so that your main pushback dispatcher has two communication paths. They can talk directly to the cockpit on one link and all the wing walkers and ground handlers on another (through the same headset).
    Crucially, all your wing walkers and pushback operatives can listen and talk to one another at the same time (in a communication loop) as they work together to ready the aircraft.


    Join us for discussion panel on why it’s good to talk

    In our homes and everyday lives, we’re never more than a click away from instantly communicating with friends and family. So, why on so many aprons does the aviation industry rely on dated communications systems when wireless and other platforms could make a big difference?

    Listen to what our MD, David O’Connell and other leading panelists have to say on the subject on 21st February (15:30 pm – 16:30 pm).

    NEW De-Icing Pad solution

    Making its first appearance at the Asian GHI Conference is our de-icing pad communications solution. The solution enables all de-icers and de-icing vehicle drivers to communicate wirelessly with one another around an aircraft, with a range of up to 150m (or 300m when extended with additional antennas).

    Visit us at Stand E05 and we’ll explain how the solution works. Come and say hello.

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