With airport security becoming increasingly complex, control rooms are often struggling to manage the information being collected. Robert de la Poer asks whether the latest PSIM systems can finally tap the benefits of more integrated systems
As the threats to airports have grown over the years, security managers have been forced to add ever-deepening layers of security across their facility to stay ahead. Driven by the dangers of terrorist, activist and criminal incidents, new technologies have emerged to provide screening, sensors, surveillance and access control systems, resulting in a bewildering – but essential – array of often incompatible control interfaces and . . .