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The Berlin Brandenburg Airport Signage Project

Author : Heike Nehl
ISBN : 9783721209174
Genre : Design
File Size : 46.49 MB
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In diesem E-Book stellt das Kommunikationsdesignbüro Moniteurs das Leitsystem-Projekt, das für den Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg entwickelt wurde, vor. Die vier Kapitel erläutern, wie das Leitsystem die bauliche Identität des Flughafens prägt: "Identity" befasst sich mit der Architektur, der Farbwelt, der Entwicklung der Schrift und der Piktogramme; "Function" erläutert, wie die Typografie eingesetzt wird, welche Beschriftungsarten und -grössen es gibt, wie die Orientierung am Flughafen für Besucher funktioniert. Das Kapitel "Developement" zeigt, wie die Schilder und Beschriftungen auf ihre Lesbarkeit, z.B. anhand von Test-Stelen, geprüft und angefertigt wurden. "Beyond the Terminal" verdeutlicht, dass das Leitsystem nicht nur die Terminals selbst betrifft, sondern auch weitere Gebäude, Gebäudeteile und Aussengelände, die Zu- und Autobahnabfahrten, aber auch die Verlinkung zum Internet und Informationsmonitore. Ausserdem wird kurz auf die Kunst-am-Bau-Projekte eingegangen. Die digitale Form des Buches erlaubt mit viel Bildmaterial, interaktiven Grafiken und Filmen alles en détail zu erklären und ist die perfekte Ergänzung zum Buch "1:1 - Leitsysteme, Orientierung, Identität". The signage system project developed for Berlin Brandenburg Airport by the communications design firm Moniteurs is presented in this e-book. The four chapters explain how the signage system shapes the structural identity of the airport: The "Identity" chapter deals with the architecture, the colors, the development of the fonts and the pictograms used; "Function" explains how typography is employed, what labelling types and dimensions are used, and how guidance and orientation works for visitors to the airport. The "Development" chapter explains how the notices and labelling are tested to ensure they are legible, e.g. at various testing points, and are then produced in line with the findings. "Beyond the Terminal" deals with how the signage system applies not only in the terminals, but extends outward to other buildings, building sections and adjacent sites, for the motorway accesses and exits and also for links to Internet and information monitors. In addition there is a brief review examining the art-in-the-building projects. The digital form of the book has opened up the possibility for presenting extensive material, interactive graphics and fi?lms explaining everything in detail.
Category: Design

Standards For Airport Sign Systems

Author : United States. Federal Aviation Administration
ISBN : MINN:20000004293722
Genre : Landing aids (Aeronautics)
File Size : 88.14 MB
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Category: Landing aids (Aeronautics)

Apron Markings And Signs Handbook

Author :
ISBN : 9291711373
Genre : Runways (Aeronautics)
File Size : 80.22 MB
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Based on a study of current best practices, this handbook presents a series of apron markings and signs. These markings and signs were devised by representatives of airport operators, airlines, and other organizations who met under the auspices of ACI and IATA.
Category: Runways (Aeronautics)

Wayfinding And Signing Guidelines For Airport Terminals And Landside

Author :
ISBN : 9780309213462
Genre : Airport terminals
File Size : 48.54 MB
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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 52: Wayfinding and Signing Guidelines for Airport Terminals and Landside is designed to provide airports with the tools necessary to help passengers find their way in and around the airport.
Category: Airport terminals

General Aviation Security

Author : Ph.D, Daniel J. Benny
ISBN : 9781466578890
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 90.41 MB
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After 9/11, the initial focus from the U.S. government, media, and the public was on security at commercial airports and aboard commercial airlines. Soon, investigation revealed the hijackers had trained at flight schools operating out of general aviation airports, leading to a huge outcry by the media and within the government to mandate security
Category: Business & Economics

Marketing Guidebook For Small Airports

Author : Lois S. Kramer
ISBN : 9780309118187
Genre : Airports
File Size : 62.21 MB
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This guidebook will help airport managers with small or minimal budgets to develop a marketing program for their general aviation or commercial service airport. The Guidebook discusses the basics of marketing, takes the reader through the process of developing and implementing a plan, presents approaches to marketing and public relations, provides worksheets and concludes with a selection of instructive case studies. The Guidebook provides ideas about how to regularly communicate with tenants and the community, how to effectively position the airport in the region, and how to develop and retain airport activity. Airport managers and those responsible for marketing and working with communities will find many useful worksheets and tools to assess their individual situation, set goals, and select from low cost strategies to deliver their message. This well-researched guidebook, with its easy to use techniques and worksheets along with real-world examples, will help those in the airport community to create and sustain a positive and persuasive airport identity and message.
Category: Airports

The Modern Airport Terminal

Author : Brian Edwards
ISBN : 9781134537631
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 21.38 MB
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This comprehensive guide to the planning and design of airport terminals and their facilities covers all types of airport terminal found around the world and highlights the environmental and technical issues that the designer has to address. Contemporary examples are critically reviewed through a series of case studies. This new edition covers the most recent examples of high quality, technically advanced designs from the Far East, Europe and North America. This book will be a source of inspiration and guiding principles for those who design, commission or manage airport buildings.
Category: Architecture

Pilot S Handbook Of Aeronautical Knowledge

Author : Federal Aviation Administration
ISBN : 9781602397804
Genre : Education
File Size : 88.72 MB
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An updated edition of the essential FAA resource for both beginner and expert pilots.
Category: Education

Airport Curbside And Terminal Area Roadway Operations

Author :
ISBN : 9780309155120
Genre : Airport parking facilities
File Size : 85.52 MB
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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 40: Airport Curbside and Terminal Area Roadway Operations includes guidance on a cohesive approach to analyzing traffic operations on airport curbside and terminal area roadways. The report examines operational performance measures for airport curbside and terminal area roadway operations and reviews methods of estimating those performance measures. The report includes a quick analysis tool for curbside operations and low-speed roadway weaving area, highlights techniques for estimating traffic volumes, and presents common ways of addressing operational problems. Appendix A, Glossary, to ACRP Report 40 is included in the printed report. Appendices B through G, are available online.
Category: Airport parking facilities

Quad City International Airport

Author : David T. Coopman
ISBN : 9781439640920
Genre : Photography
File Size : 48.82 MB
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In 1922, three men were so captivated with flying they leased 30 acres of cow pasture south of Moline to serve as a landing field. Other early aviators and barnstormers began using Franing Field, and it soon became known as Moline Airport. The field hosted the Ford Reliability Tour four times, served as part of the original New York to Dallas airmail route, had passenger service as early as 1927, became one of Illinois’s largest Works Progress Administration projects, weathered financial struggles and a battle with neighboring Davenport, Iowa, over which community would possess the area’s commercial airport, and has enjoyed constant growth and updates for both airline and general aviation traffic. This collection of historical photographs and images will present the people, planes, events, and development of that former pastureland into today’s modern Quad City International Airport, the third largest airport for passenger traffic in the state of Illinois.
Category: Photography

Intermodal Ground Access To Airports

Author : Bellomo-McGee, Inc
ISBN : UCBK:C101368680
Genre : Access to airports
File Size : 25.23 MB
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This guide is designed for use by airport, state, local, and metropolitan planners to manage and plan for intermodal ground access for all types of airports. It identifies key components of an airport access work program and contains detailed sections on airport groundside access planning methods, including data collection methods and analysis, survey strategies, identification of current travel patterns and emerging trends, forecasting techniques, estimating modal split, evaluation of alternatives, and implementation. The guide focuses on providing passengers access to commercial airports from primary origins or destinations. It deals with: off-airport roads, transit and HOV facilities up to airport boundary; and on-airport roads, parking circulation elements, transit and curb facilities up to the terminal entrance. Guidance for conducting passenger origin-destination surveys is included. Sample questionnaires for various types of surveys are included in the appendices.
Category: Access to airports

A Study Of Traffic Fatalities In Maryland

Author : Isaac Vodi
ISBN : 9781453503546
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 76.4 MB
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This study which covers five years period reveals the mystery and the bizarre nature of collisions and crashes. For example, How could two motorcyclists collide head-on in a broad day light and die? He has recommended 15 Commandments for both motorists and non-motorists to observe. In Montgomery County, pedestrians and teen drivers fatalities got the most attentionsending policymakers and traffic engineers to work. Driving in America today is overwhelmingrapid population growth, new technologies and equipment in vehicles and over 150 million registered vehicles on the roadways, impact of alcohol and drugs. Over 57,000 under age 18 are licensed each year in Maryland. Young drivers outnumber, out-crash and die more frequently than any other age group. Driver education and driver improvement programs need new strategies and tactics on traffic safety.
Category: Transportation

Ain T No Sunshine

Author : Candice Dow
ISBN : 9781496702715
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 67.34 MB
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For Laila, the road to self discovery leads to shocking revelations, but she'll brave those dark times in order to see the light. When twenty-two-year-old Laila ran away from her controlling boyfriend and her job as a dancer in a Miami strip club, she thought her past had been buried for good. Determined to create a new life for herself in Philadelphia, she meets young and sexy Jordan Maxwell, who is more than willing to help. When Jordan introduces Laila to Poetry Night at a local club, she shines on stage and attracts the interest of an independent record producer. With a bright future just around the corner, Laila quickly discovers she is far from safe. Family secrets suddenly erupt and force her back to Miami, where all of Laila's relationships, old and new, and all of her choices, good and bad, lead her home in a way she could never have imagined.
Category: Fiction