Fairbanks Airport selects Rasilient to modernise its surveillance

7 March 2018 (Last Updated March 7th, 2018 12:57)

Fairbanks International Airport (FIA) has selected Rasilient’s forensic-grade series of servers and storage to modernise its video surveillance system.

Fairbanks International Airport (FIA) has selected Rasilient’s forensic-grade series of servers and storage to modernise its video surveillance system.

US-based FIA upgraded its surveillance technology to protect travellers passing through its airport.

Fairbanks International Airport building maintenance foreman Dana Bowen said: “We were looking to upgrade our multi-camera airside and landside video surveillance system to enhance our visibility and our storage capabilities at the airport here in Fairbanks, Alaska.

“We reviewed technology from other manufacturers of cameras, video management and storage. When the airport design team reviewed our need for a robust and scalable storage system with Rasilient Systems, they guided us in the right direction and helped us choose the right storage system to meet our needs today as well as provide scalability for our future needs.”

“Following the upgrade, the airport will have high visibility with Rasilient’s No Frame Drop (NFD) technologies, where every frame is recorded and remains recorded for forensic purposes.”

Following the upgrade, the airport will have high visibility with Rasilient’s No Frame Drop (NFD) technologies, where every frame is recorded and remains recorded for forensic purposes.

The FIA system features scalable architecture, where both processing power and storage capacity can scale independently to match requirements. It is intended to prevent the technology from becoming obsolete.

FIA is located 5km southwest of the central business district of Fairbanks in Alaska.

Rasilient’s products and technologies have been deployed to safeguard museums, government institutions, airports, seaports, military contractors, financial institutions, educational establishments, stadiums and residential complexes across the globe.