Indira Gandhi International Airport Case Study
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Posted: 3 November 2022 | | No comments yet
Honeywell HBS delivered one of the largest integrated BMS (Building Management Solution) platforms for the new Terminal 3 building and implemented a modern Airfield Ground Lighting (AGL) portfolio for the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in New Delhi.
The integrated systems span four major buildings across the Airport Operation Control Centre (AOCC), manage precise automated billing for the utilization of land and airside services and the AGL components increase the safety and productivity of the airside airport operations.
IN THE TERMINAL the platform was also required to act as a Master Supervisory Monitoring system for all the facilities across the airport, and to operate on the networked building. Data integrity was also an important criteria, in order to manage the disparate buildings and various uses of the site. To address this, it was imperative that the Monitoring System had sufficient power to collect precise and accurate data simultaneously on the preferred OPC protocol, with negligible data loss and maximum reliability and availability. ON THE AIRSIDE the customer wanted DIAL to be a world-class, modern airport which required building up the AGL components to be CAT IIIB-compliant and sophisticated enough to interface with SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition), MET (meteorological data interface, BMS (Building Management System), VDGS (Visual Docking Guidance System), and ASMG (Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System). Enhanced safety features such as sensor loop, stop bars and dedicated secured routes were required to bolster overall safety.