Security requirements at airports are extremely high and it is vital that every area is being monitored including airfield, hangar, car parks, terminal and access roads, runway, apron and perimeter. Therefore the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have launched ‘Airport Matters 2017’ a news and current affairs-style programme which features stories and movies from those who are continuing to push the aviation industry and explores the challenges, procedures and future of security matters in aviation and at airports.
Dallmeier offers a range of flexible solutions for multi-area surveillance and in the movie produced by AOA and ITN, Dallmeier multifocal sensor technology Panomera is showcased in operation at Bristol Airport.
Nowadays airside & landside security is a hot topic, and airport operators seek the latest technologies to identify, analyse and proactively resolve dubious situations in time. Therefore, Dallmeier video security solutions at Bristol Airport are part of the Airport Matters 2017 programme and movie which the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have produced in 2017.
This programme features special reports about airport security and explains why and how monitoring our airspace becomes more and more important in order to protect travellers, their belongings (e.g. parked cars and baggage) as well as airport employees.
Over the past few years Dallmeier uses the latest high performance camera technology ensuring the safety of millions of passengers across the globe. The essential component of Dallmeier’s video solution is the multifocal sensor system Panomera, which provides a comprehensive overview of all activity around the airport and airfield.
In conjunction with intelligent video analysis and management systems, the monitoring of all landside and airside areas contributes significantly to the overall safety and security of visitors and passengers, as well as maintaining smooth operations across the airport. Proactive video monitoring as is enabled by the Dallmeier video information systems, instead of passive surveillance, is the way forward across different industries - including airports.