KONE elevators offer unsurpassed ride comfort and efficient traffic handling. Their stylish looks and variety of designs allow them to enhance the ambience of airports.See range table for passenger elevators »
Glass shaft elevators bring light into the building and improve securitySee range table for glass shaft elevators »
Powered by EcoDisc® and needing no machine rooms, the KONE MonoSpace® and TranSys™ elevators have several advantages: low total lifetime cost, space-saving machine-room-less solutions, easy integration into an existing building, low energy consumption, oil-free operation, high safety and reliability, and ease of loading and unloading.See range table for service-goods elevators »
Firefighter's/Firemens' elevator functionality according to local elevator codes can be added to dedicated elevators or combined with another elevator application, such as service, passenger or car park elevators.
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In airports around the world, escalators have a key role in ensuring that passengers catch their planes on time, and pass through the airport quickly, efficiently, comfortably and safely. The characteristics of KONE public service escalators are high availability, efficiency, environmental friendliness, energy saving, robustness and safety of use.
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Autowalks are a simple and convenient way for people to move around in airports, especially when they have luggage. They cut transit times and remove bottlenecks. KONE autowalks are designed to make them inviting to use.
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Monitoring enhances the security, maintenance and availability of installed vertical transportation systems. KONE provides an OPC server-based interface to the clients' building management system or a system with its own graphic user interface.
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What is People Flow®?
People Flow means people moving smoothly, safely, comfortably, and without waiting in and between buildings.
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