Within critical infrastructures, airports stand out for being particularly sensitive, since one of their characteristics is the constant traffic of people.
This, added to the constant traffic of goods and a high concentration of external personnel, makes it necessary to have high availability standards, integration of security systems and, above all, the obligation to have systems with certifications such as Grade 4 in accesses and/or Grade 3 in intrusion.
Even so, access control must be flexible enough to allow external personnel to pass through areas of various sensitivity and to adapt their functions to particular cases: conveyor belts, check-in counters, boarding gates, anti-return corridors, etc...
- Boarding gates
- Control of evacuations
- Check-in counters - Conveyor belts
- Anti-return corridors
- Vehicle Accreditation
- Access to the LPR car park
- CCTV Integration