Miami Airport Contracts GTSI for Surveillance System Upgrade (8/6/12)
GTSI will upgrade the Miami International Airport’s (MIA) surveillance systems and supporting infrastructure. GTSI will leverage the latest technologies from NICE Systems to design and implement an updated and expanded security network, on the interior and exterior of the airport, to better enable MIA’s surveillance and monitoring capabilities.
“MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the leading international passenger and freight airports in the world,” said Ray Davalos, MIA airport building systems manager. “Passenger and employee safety is our No. 1 concern, and this is a one-of-a-kind integration.”
GTSI is providing an integrated solution for video management, video analytics, ground-based radar, high-resolution cameras and secure wireless networking. As part of the project, GTSI is teaming with NICE Systems to upgrade the airport’s video surveillance solution used to monitor, manage and record on a system with the capability of managing more than 2,600 video surveillance cameras located throughout MIA facilities. The software includes advanced video analytics for runway incursion detection, which MIA will use to monitor and secure restricted areas.
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