International efforts to improve aviation security has been stepped up since the terrorist attacks on 9/11, which have had a profound impact on the aviation sector and led to a revaluation of aviation security measures at the international level. Under growing threats, worldwide airport authorities are using Security Solutions.

Repair Repair and modernization of security systems in many airports, using a product line chosen by our specialists, gives a massive advantage to the object when protecting against external and internal risks.

When it comes to intrusion detection systems, there are several technology options, including buried pressure sensor cables, fiber optic sensors and behavioral analytics. However, an effective solution seeing increased adoption today are thermal imaging cameras with built-in analytics.

Thermal cameras provide a significant advantage for airports.

  • Superior 24/7 monitoring

Thermal cameras produce images based on heat signatures rather than light. Consequently, thermal cameras capture video in total darkness, see-through foliage, and perform in adverse weather conditions like rain, wind, and smoke. Thermal cameras need no auxiliary illumination, and their field of view can extend for hundreds of feet, such combination is a perfect solution for darkness and distance demands.

  • High-performing analytics and low false alarm rates

As thermal cameras detect even the smallest differences in heat signatures, they produce sharp, high-contrast images ideal for video analytics, detection, and classification. For example, the embedded analytics can immediately distinguish between an animal at 45 meters and a human at 270-300 meters, following their direction of movement.

  • Visual proof to provide qualified alerts

Deployment thermal cameras provide video verification for each alert. Thermal cameras give the data, and visual confirmations that are lacking from so-called traditional fiber-based ‘shaker fence’ systems, which generate alarms when objects strike a fence or something creates vibration. Such alerts could be caused by dogs, wildlife, bicyclists bumping into the fence, tree branches, or winds — none of which pose security threats. Visual confirmation is saving valuable time.

The combination of IP PTZ cameras, Mini-dome, and fixed cameras, including innovative video encoders with embedded analytics, provides a single solution that includes a combination of network cameras,   IP access control, integrated third-party solutions into one VMS system

  • Long-range detection and flexible coverage

Airport perimeter solutions must have the ability to monitor vast exterior areas, from the parking lot to the terminal to the tarmac to the hundreds of portals in between. Thermal cameras provide that long-range monitoring capability.
The FLIR perimeter camera system, integrated with Magos radars, is designed to identify any attempted breaches by individuals who might try to gain access to the tarmac or aircraft from outside of the airport boundaries.

Ongoing visibility of vehicle and cycling traffic along the outer fence line, as well as the movement of aircraft, cargo loaders, delivery trucks, and service vehicles within the perimeter – the safety of passengers, airline employees, and service workers, are greatly enhanced.

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