Lighting the way for the future of airfield ground lighting

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Hong Kong International Airport has revolutionised the airfield ground light inspection system with the world’s first automated integrity checking system. Amen Tong, General Manager, Technical Services of the Airport Authority Hong Kong and Dr. Nick Lau, co-inventor of AGLSIS, discuss the system’s performance and impact, and their visions on utilising the cutting-edge technology to boost airport maintenance.


Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is one of the world’s leading and busiest airports and has always been at the forefront of technological innovation to ensure travellers enjoy the best experience in an efficient, smooth and safe manner. The airport’s latest innovation, the patented airfield ground lighting scanning and inspection system (AGLSIS), maintains HKIA’s runway lights to ensure efficiency is optimised at all times.

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