To ensure that any part of the Teleplatform does not come into contact with an aircraft at any stage, it can be fitted with CTI Systems' distance control technologies – Touchless Bumper, Block Shape Control and Twin Scan Control.
Meanwhile, the platform’s horizontal movements – left and right and backwards and forwards -are determined by a Relative Motion Control (RMC) system, developed by CTI Systems. The RMC allows a technician to direct the platform with precision and ease by simply moving the joystick in the required direction of travel. The RMC technology registers the platform’s position and working level relative to the crane’s axis and adjusts its ‘compass’ accordingly. This means that the operator simply has to move the joystick forwards or backwards, left or right, without having to realign him or herself to the current angle of the platform. This built-in functional simplicity means that the platform can be controlled easily and with the utmost safety. As a result, working speeds are optimized.
The work platforms feature a host of equipment to keep personnel safe and comfortable, including: a hot and cold water supply, compressed and breathing air, electrical sockets and lighting, safety ropes and emergency decent gear.