|Meyertech to provide the Video Management System (VMS) for Dublin Airport's new Terminal 2|
, recognised for its ability to deliver intelligent CCTV centric integrated security solutions, has been awarded the contract to provide the Video Management System (VMS) for Dublin Airport's new Terminal 2 by SITA, the appointed Systems Integrator.
The new €395m terminal will have an integrated IT system which will allow every application to operate on a common network infrastructure including CCTV, digital recording, access control, alarms, BMS, telephony and passenger screening.
Meyertech's partners, ADT and Tyco, will be supplying the camera and recording technology.
At the heart of the VMS is Meyertech's Fusion2-Core software which provides innovative management of the digital control rooms and integration of the Terminal's security systems - all of which are digital from the edges of the network to it's centre.
Fusion2 will be used to integrate CCTV & Security with Access Control, Building Management and Fire Alarm Systems. An integral function of the new terminal, which Meyertech is developing jointly with other parties and one which is unique in Europe, is the accommodation of a US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facility providing preclearance in Ireland of passengers on flights to the United States of America.
Terminal 2 will expand the airport's capacity to over 30 million travellers a year and is expected to become operational by November 2010.