Posts Tagged ‘ICAO’


Posted by Lisa on April 19, 2017 in Uncategorized

Obstruction Lights for Cranes

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In science, you can’t create something in an instant. There is a specific process or a fixed sequence of steps in order to build or create something. This also applies in our world today especially in the field of construction. Tall structures like large buildings and towers aren’t built in a single week or month. […]

Posted by Lisa on April 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

FAA Lighting and Marking Guidelines for Structures

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Working with something without proper guidelines can be a bit troublesome. Imagine how hard it is to start from scratch without any idea on what you’re going to do. In this case, guidelines are very essential. Guidelines are statements issued by an individual or an organisation to determine a course of action. It aims to […]

Posted by Lisa on April 3, 2017 in Uncategorized

The roles of ICAO & FAA in Aviation

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Have you ever imagined a world without rules, laws and regulations, a world without order? If society was like this, there’s a good chance the world would be in chaos and jeopardy. Without laws and regulations, citizens would not have any guidelines for accepted behaviour. Conflicts between communities and social groups would be likely to […]

Posted by Lisa on March 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

Aviation Light Signals

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Over the course of the human history, communication played a very important role in our daily lives. Communication is an essential part of learning, and we tend to learn new things from people who we communicate with. Even animals communicate with each other through sound, smell and body language. Many people believe that communication is […]

Posted by Lisa on March 20, 2017 in Uncategorized

Aviation Warning Lighting

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Have you ever travelled to the famous city of Paris and visited the Eiffel tower? Have you wandered the city at night and noticed the Eiffel tower sparkle brightly, along with other tall structures with bright lights lit up? If you have, you may think that these things are no more than just decorations to […]

Posted by Lisa on July 15, 2014 in Uncategorized

ICAO Annex 14 Low Intensity Lighting

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  Although the ICAO Regulations deal predominantly with ‘fixed’ obstacles, there is currently an influx of high rise construction work that is calling for the marking of temporary or semi-permanent cranes. When this high rise construction work is within inner-cities, close to airports or helicopter landing sites, it is imperative to consider marking your obstruction […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on September 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

techNOTE – Low Intensity Obstacle Warning

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The second of our new techNOTE series is published today aiming to help you select the very best product for your application.  This series will unpack some of the product differences across our range and outline the pros and cons of some of the individual options. This techNOTE discusses our range of ICAO Annex 14 Low Intensity […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on February 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

New Aviation Warning Light Signals The Way

Product development is what drives businesses such as D. G. Controls Ltd forward, and having our own full-time development engineer based at our UK office gives us a reactivity second to none when it comes to developing products to customers’ requirements.  Recognising our position in the aircraft warning sector, orders are now in from our […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on July 1, 2008 in Uncategorized

Send in the big guns!

For the more aggressive environment, the cast aluminium enclosures from the deegee beacon range are perfect. Heavy weight EPC castings, powder-coated white, are available in several sizes: the Q which has a 91 x 95mm foot-print, the M which has a 140 x 150mm foot-print, and the J, which has a 255 x 265mm foot-print.  […]