Chinese Airport Installs Advanced Security Management System

29 June 2010 (Last Updated June 29th, 2010 18:30)

CEM Systems has won a contract to install an advanced security management system at the Changsha Huanghua International Airport in China. The new system is part of the $270m facilities expansion plan undertaken at the airport. Under the contract, CEM will install an AC2000 sec

CEM Systems has won a contract to install an advanced security management system at the Changsha Huanghua International Airport in China.

The new system is part of the $270m facilities expansion plan undertaken at the airport.

Under the contract, CEM will install an AC2000 security system, which will provide the airport with a fully integrated IP security solution for access control, biometrics and CCTV monitoring.

The system is equipped with advanced IP readers/controllers featuring aviation door modes for segregating arriving and departing passengers, and for enabling air-bridges and check-in desks.

The CEM S610f IP fingerprint readers featuring a controller, advanced IP card reader, LCD graphical display screen and biometric solution will be installed at critical airside areas in the airport.

The airport will use the CEM AC2000 visual imaging and pass production system to capture and enrol personnel details, images, signatures and fingerprint templates.

The airport will also use an AC2000 alarm event display module, which allows viewing information on all CCTV/access control alarms and events that occur on the system.