Innovation 26.07.2021

VINCI Airports deploys a customised solution to improve airfield pavement management

VINCI Airports announces the deployment of a customised new solution to continue to guarantee the optimal quality of its airport pavements. The new airport pavement management solution centralises data for pavement condition monitoring and enables the optimal planning of maintenance work required for airport runways, taxiways and aircraft parking areas.

Thanks to a georeferencing system and advanced analytics, the solution offers data-driven insights into pavement condition and provides a decision-support system for maintenance work. This technology allows VINCI Airports to reinforce its commitment to delivering safe, reliable airport infrastructure, meeting the highest quality and durability standards.
 
The solution was developed with input from VINCI Airports teams by AgileAssets, a leading global provider of transportation infrastructure asset management software, using AgileAssets’ integrated pavement and maintenance management solution. . Thanks to VINCI Airports' international presence and its strong network-based innovation, eight airports are already benefiting from the solution’s rapid deployment:  Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Belgrade (Serbia), Porto and Faro (Portugal), Salvador (Brazil), Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville (Cambodia), and Kobe (Japan). VINCI Airports' objective is to expand the use of the solution to  three additional airports in the network in 2022, followed by further expansion to the entire network.


About VINCI Airports
VINCI Airports, the leading private airport operator in the world, manages 45 airports in 12 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. We harness our expertise as a comprehensive integrator to develop, finance, build and operate airports, while leveraging our investment capability and expertise in optimising operational performance, modernising infrastructure and driving environmental transition. VINCI Airports became the first airport operator to start rolling out an international environmental strategy, in 2016, with a view to achieving net zero emissions throughout its network by 2050.