1 Philip Verner Regional Sales Director, EMEA Company Confidential
2 Access Control Security for Airports Discussion Topics- Access control security in an aviation environment…. - Products available to meet airports requirements…. - Using the system beyond security….
3 Who is CEM Systems?20+ years providing leading edge access control technologyHead Office in Belfast, UKPart of Tyco since 2001; major brand of Tyco Security ProductsDeveloped out of computer company – one of first to provide IT based security management systems.Delivering Airport-specific security solutions since formationCEM has associate membership of the‘British Aviation Group’ (BAG) & ‘Airport Consultants Council’
4 Securing the gateways of the world… Ireland & NI Belfast International AirportCity AirportEngland, Scotland, Wales All BAA controlled Airports Manchester Airport British AirwaysCanada Vancouver AirportAsia Hong Kong International Airport Singapore AirlinesIndia Indira Gandhi International AirportEurope Budapest AirportKeflavik International AirportMiddle East Jazeera Airways Dubai International AirportCompany ConfidentialLeaders in airport security
5 Why Aviation-specific access control ? Airports are not like other facilities - higher security needed, more external pressuresOther unique requirementsDoor ModesMany more contractors than airport staffInfluence of government means flexibility is needed in systems deployedAirports always expanding and growing, with on-going constructionAirport Access Control systems need to allow for all of this!How many contractors versus own staff at Heathrow
7 Why use CEM AC2000 AE?The industry’s only airport specific access control solution Designed for airports by airportsAdvanced Intelligent hardwareHighly Secure & ResilientAdvanced Software and Systems integrationAirport specific software features
8 CEM Intelligent Reader Range Installed at airport airside & landside boundaries around the worldCompany Confidential
9 Intelligent Reader Terminals Card Reader/Controllers – directly to central ServerInternal database for off-line use - Zero Downtime at door!Supports most card technologies, IP65 rating, LEDs and PINReaders with displays to visually confirm response to card transactions e.g. ‘Wrong Access’, ‘Wrong Timezone’, ‘No Access’Assist with card management - ‘Card Expired’, ‘Card Expiring’Visually displays the Door Mode the reader is in at any given timeThe integral LCD screen on the CEM reader informs the user or system administrator immediately why access has been denied, thus saving time and resource in trying to diagnose the problem. A keypad on the card reader is used to open an administration menu allowing the device to be configured locally and also when PIN validation is required, offering additional security.In 1995 the CEM AC2000 system was first installed into Budapest Airport. The user interface of the CEM readers was translated in to Hungarian especially for this project, as well as a specially developed ‘Control Zoning’ software feature.Budapest Airport currently went through an upgrade of their AC2000 system in 2010/11. The upgrade involved the move towards the latest PicoPass smart card technology. In 2011 the AC2000 system was also extended to secure a new €100m ‘SkyCourt’ terminal that links terminals 2A & 2B. As part of this project over 200 CEM IP were readers installed, including S610e & S610f fingerprint readers. CEM also customised Budapest Airport’s unique visitor module. In total Budapest AirportHas 450 CEM readers and 24,000 cardholders.
10 Airport Door Modes Multiple Airport specific door modes. E.g. ‘Passenger Mode’‘Lobby Mode’‘Interlock ‘Adjust operational capabilities and use door modes suitable for environmentID staff (with privileges) swipe reader and select mode using the keypad or screenPassenger Mode - If Passenger mode is selected the cardholder can open the door and hold open for passenger access in a controlled area. The airline staff can easily switch the door to Staff mode (individual access) again by swiping card or this can be pre-set for a specific period of time.Lobby / Interlock Mode - segregating arriving and departing passengers and controlling the flow of travellers. * At T5 only 4 gates out of 40 are dedicated solely to domestic passengers. To allow for any peak periods of domestic travel, 3 gates are assigned to be both domestic and international. To achieve this flexibility interlock mode enables staff to easily maintain security and segregation between international and domestic passengers.
11 Capacitive Touch Screen emerald™ Intelligent Access TerminalRevolutionary …Industry’s most multi-functional access terminalCapacitive Touch ScreenIntegrated Keypad with scramble PIN optionIntegrated IntercomRemote ApplicationsAccess control applications available at the door…IP Access Door Controller/Card ReaderOffline Database:250,000 Cardholders50,000 TransactionsAll in one terminal…
12 emerald - Intuitive user messages Company Confidential
13 emerald - Remote Applications AC2000 system intelligence directly at the doorSecure web-based remote applicationsDisplay important information & system critical information21 Applications available to date“Providing users with a local graphical user interface (GUI), normally only available on a client PC, at the door”Growing trend in airports – intelligence at the edge to increase security and assist operations
14 emerald - Remote Applications Card Details ApplicationE.g. Security guard spot checksVisually confirm cardholder ID & access levelsFirst & Last SwipesEmployee Time & AttendanceCardholders can manage their working hours by monitoring IN/OUT swipes
15 Advertising on emerald emerald - Remote ApplicationsAdvertising on emeraldAdvertise Display when emerald is not being used for ACS:Promote internal company messages/eventsGenerate revenue – sell display space to airlines / retail outlets etc-Used to promote internal company messages or events e.g. Back end terminals seen only by staff could be used to alert staff of who is on shift, alert staff of any upcoming fire drills or system maintenance-It can also be used to generate revenue e.g. Singapore Airlines may choose to advertise on customer facing emeralds situated throughout the airport
16 emerald Checklist App emerald - Remote Applications Cardholders must answer some questions before the Reader will open the door/checkpoint. Questions and images are totally configurable via front end GUI;Examples of use include;Health & Safety purposesEnsure Warnings / Critical Information announcements are readEnsure cardholders meet airport regulations eg cardholder must confirm has relevant driving permits before using airport vehicles or operating machinery like air-bridgesAirport restaurant staff, to ensure they have answered all Food Safety/ Hygiene questions positively i.e. Have you washed you handsStaff operating air bridges or airport construction workers to ensure they pass all Health & Safety questions correctlyAll airport staff to certify they have noted and approved information shown onscreen e.g. To make staff aware they are entering a restricted zone
17 Portable ‘Handheld’ Card Readers Handheld intelligent card readerLarge database for 200,000 cardholders & on-board WIFILightweight, rugged designTouch screen display, shows cardholders ImageAvailable in Fingerprint optionProvides real flexibility to airport security;Allows security to perform roaming spot checks in RZ zonesTemporary checkpoints at construction areasProvides cover in event of fixed reader failures, especially at barrier locationsCompany Confidential
18 Airport Passenger Segregation Boarding and Deplaning Route Management (BDRM) SolutionIntelligent solution for Interlocking of door sets to control and manage passenger flowsSegregation of Arrivals and Departures / Domestic and International passengersInteractive Touchscreen GUI for airport staff to manage and view door status within airport areasFully customisable to individual airports requirementsSourced a 3rd Party Solution and cem HW team worked to provide a solution to meet requirements
19 Boarding and Deplaning Route Management (BDRM) System
21 Suite of applications for airports AC2000 Sophisticated SoftwareSuite of applications for airportsAviation specific fields eg IATA code, Airline Charge fieldsCompanies Applications to manage onsite contractorsAuthorisersID BadgingVehiclesAirport System LinkAlarm Event DisplayVideo, intruder integrations
22 VIPPS ID BadgingCreate bespoke ID cardsColour code cards depending on airport criteria and site access levelsPass design applicationSingle or batch printing of ID cards
23 Airport Systems LinkConnect multiple stand alone airports to one networked systemStaff use same card/ID at each airportIncrease operational efficiencyAvoid duplication of data entryIncrease security between airportsIncrease operational efficiency: only one type of smart card needed for all staff and visitors, manage all systems through one central control room
24 AC2000 Central Control & Command AC2000 Alarm Event DisplayCentral Alarm Processing & ManagementView video footageRemotely control doorsSMS Platform for viewing CCTV/Video, Intruder, Perimeter Detection integrationsDedicated Integration team with long list of system integrationsAC2000 AED provides a dynamic graphical and textual representation of the status of the entire system. Operators can choose how they want to view alarms – graphical maps, text alarms list or both. AED responds to all alarm situations in real time and provides a dynamic on-screen interface to external systems such as CCTV systems with facilities for CCTV switching, remote door broadcasting and audio output in response to alarm events
25 Airport Operational Efficiency Company Confidential
26 Air-bridge monitoring Swipe card to enable air-bridgeGraphical display of air-bridge statusExtensive fault and usage reportingInvoice airlines for use of air-bridge and maintenance costsAirport operators can track the use and status of an air bridge by associating an air-bridge with a CEM reader. Before the loading bridge can be used a valid card swipe must be made, ensuring that only trained operatives drive the loading bridge. The system can therefore reduce the maintenance cost and increase the control of a loading bridge.
27 Airport Equipment Enabling Turn equipment e.g. check-in desks, baggage belts, X-Ray machines ON or OFF, control use of Fixed Ground PowerProvides reporting information on length of use BenefitsAirport can generate revenue for use of equipment by airlinesProvides data on equipment usage for Invoicing purposesEnsures that only trained staff use equipmentCompany Confidential
28 Vehicle ManagementVehicle module: controls vehicle access on airport siteCar occupancy: controls number vehicles in a zone eg card parkVehicle / Driver pass: print ID Badges/Permits for drivers and vehiclesAutomatic Vehicle Identification (AVI): integrate RFID long range vehicle readers/tags for speedy access to car parksFlexible integration with automated Intercom, CCTV, physical barriers & ANPRThe AC2000 Vehicles application allows users to produce a professional ID card for all vehicles which require access to secure areas, with the ability to associate cardholders to vehicle records. Users can create passes for vehicle access.Vehicle module: Only authorised vehicles can pass a control pointCar occupancy: verifies access of passengers within a vehicleVehicle pass: tax disc-like display for vehicles authorised throughout secure airport areasDriving Permit pass: ID card for authorised drivers e.g. airside permitsAutomatic vehicle identification (AVI): vehicle tag permits accessFlexible integration with automated Intercom, CCTV, physical barriersSupports Long range readers for car park entryCompany Confidential
29 Summary Aviation access control is different Access Control Security for AirportsSummaryAviation access control is differentFlexibility in products and approach are criticalACS security system can be used as a business toolThink outside the security boxImportant to find a good aviation Consultant & Security Integrator
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