Industries

Aviation

The security matters facing the Aviation industry are both particular and challenging. Airports are a hub for the movement of a large number of passengers and for the handling of high volumes of luggage and cargo.

Airport

Challenges

  • As the Aviation industry continues to evolve, it faces a unique set of challenges that are set to investigation the inventiveness and flexibility of the industry. From the tough economic climate to the increasing overheads required to meet the ever changing security standards and the pressure to significantly reduce carbon footprints, airports and airlines increasingly have to use technology to support them meet their business goals.

    Common concerns related to airports include passenger and staff safety, managing access levels and cargo theft. All these challenges can be met with an integrated solution from AIC (Al Maalim Int’l Company for Technology) Security Solutions.

Solutions

  • Controlled Access

    In today's climate of fickle threat levels it is vital to ensure that only authorized personnel have access to restricted areas. Electronic security can help achieve this. Our access control solutions have particular features designed to meet the needs of an aviation environment from the advanced monitoring of doors to reduce false alarms to the ability to have a portable reader that can be used to validate staff at remote areas of the airport where cabling infrastructure does not exist. If the identified threat level increases, the operation of the system can be changed to reflect this, meaning individual access levels can be automatically amended and security levels heightened. Beyond the security environment the access control system can be used to help in areas from Health and Safety by allowing only trained operators to use certain equipment to "green" initiatives such as "carpooling" where staff share cars to get to work and the access control system can monitor this to provide reports which can be used to help meet the airports carbon footprint target.