ARINC Deploys 50th Security System for Critical Infrastructure Sites (2/27/12)
Monday, February 27, 2012 | Comments

ARINC announced deployment of its 50th Advanced Information Management (AIM) security system to protect critical infrastructure at sites across North America. The technology is used to manage on-site security at all the Gulf Coast storage facilities of the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and at more than half the nuclear electric power generating plants in the United States and Canada.

“ARINC Security Systems has reached a new milestone with these 50 critical infrastructure, transportation and energy generation sites now deployed,” said David Morrissey, ARINC vice president, security and transportation. “To date, more than 10,000 cameras and 5,000 other security devices at these important sites have been successfully integrated with our powerful and flexible AIM platform.” The platform’s management capabilities include a range of intrusion detection, video surveillance, identification, access control and other security functions.

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