Airfield Ground Lighting Systems

       Aeronautical/Airfield Ground Lighting (AGL) systems can be defined as all lights installed on the ground and other accessories intended to be used as visual aids for pilots and other users of airport facilities. More precisely, AGL consists of a number of aeronautical ground lights arranged according to specific standards. Airfield ground lighting provides solutions to the various challenges an aerodrome faces. In brief it includes: Approach, Runway, Taxiway and Apron. We can see a sample of an airport lighting layout overview as below:







       After years of effort, studying standards and acquiring the knowledge, Datis Samaneh has achieved the capability and efficiency necessary to implement such systems. Currently, the supply of AGLs for airports, design, supply of AGLs along with the installation and commissioning of helipads and helidecks, including plans for landing and take-off (final approach), arrangement of equipment (eronautical requirements such as lighting and marking) are other capabilities of Datis Samaneh Company. All above mentioned are done based on international regulations and standards such as: ICAO, FAA, EASA, CAA, etc. Below we can find a design sample of an elevated emergency evacuation helipad:






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