Nedap's AEOS advanced security system is capable of handling both the access control and the intrusion detection for the complete stadium.
The stadium will be ready by Autumn 2011 with a seating capacity of 77,000 seats and advanced securtiy system

The Olympic Stadium in Kiev, which will host the final of the 2012 UEFA European Championship, will be secured with Nedap's security management system AEOS.

The stadium was built in 1923 but will be completely reconstructed, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe, the stadium is expected to be ready in Autumn 2011 and will have a capacity of 77,000 seats.

The hypermodern stadium was looking for a modern and advanced security system that is capable of handling both the access control and the intrusion detection for the complete stadium, AEOS was the perfect fit.

Well over 400 doors will be secured with Convexs Mifare readers from Nedap, providing access for employees and contractors. Public access to the stadium will also be handled in AEOS through integration with a ticketing system. The unique AEOS functionality security levels will be used to ensure that security managers can respond quickly and appropriately to security incidents.

Nedap's Long range TRANSIT readers will provide comfortable access to the parking lots, at those parking lots Nedap SENSITS will be installed to manage the free parking spaces. The Nedap AEOS system will be implemented by Nedap's certified business partner Transexpo Corporation.

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