The ACI Airport Exchange 2018 just opened in Oslo

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The ACI Airport Exchange 2018 opened in Norway on Wednesday, November 28th, at the Norway Convention Center in Lillestrom, a suburb of Oslo. The inauguration ribbon was cut by the CEO of AVINOR, a structure in charge of 45 airports, in front of the ADP Ingénierie stand, placed at the entrance of the exhibition hall.

ADP Ingénierie takes part in this event alongside 70 other exhibitors. The event welcomes more than 1500 participants. Innovation is at the heart of the airports' concerns and their service providers, consulting companies and / or engineering companies. They are driven by AVINOR presenting a 100% electric plane. Norway has a very ambitious aeronautical objective: it wants all regional flights to be done with 100% electric devices.

This event goes well beyond the borders of Europe, and welcomes participants such as Qatar's Hamad International Airport, or GACA (General Authority of Civil Aviation), Saudi civil aviation strongly represented among the delegates and the Oman Airports, the CEO is one of the speakers.

Since the doors have been opened, visitors came to ADP Ingénierie's booth to offer solutions or equipment as well as finding out about our service offering and experiencing our VR (Virtual Reality) installation, which still knows a great success.

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