Aimetis, a provider of intelligent IP video management software announced that Munich Airport has expanded the use of Aimetis video surveillance to Terminal 2, bringing the total cameras under Aimetis management to 1,900.
Aimetis provides Munich Airport with a single platform to manage analog surveillance systems on an IP network and integrate the VMS into other systems on the network such as the command center and the burglary and fire alarm system. Aimetis' system is the core of the surveillance system and has been used in Terminal 1 of the Bavarian capital's airport since 2009.
During the past year, approximately 800 Bosch network cameras in Terminal 1 were equipped with Aimetis software. With the expansion being implemented at Terminal 2 to include legacy analog cameras with Axis Communication encoders, Aimetis software will manage more than 1,900 cameras, 1,000 I/O devices and 5,000 users in a single platform, all of which is handled by only six active and three redundant servers for system
failover. In view of the airport's constant growth and expansion, it is expected that there will be more than 3,000 cameras installed in the future.
"For us, an aspect of integrating Terminal 2 into the surveillance system is the possibility to integrate it in a network platform and to use just one surveillance system for the entire airport," said Michael Fr?hlich, CCTV Project Manager at Munich Airport. "The Aimetis software has ensured smooth airport operations, helped prevent or clear up criminal activity and supply rescue teams with all the information necessary in special situations," said Michael Zaddach, CIO at Munich Airport.
In cooperation with prime contractor Alcatel-Lucent, which is responsible for system integration and overall project management, Aimetis is delivering a key solution for one of the CCTV projects in Germany.
"The Munich Airport had expectations in terms of performance and reliability for this critical component of its security system, and Aimetis is helping us meet those expectations, including the ability to upgrade individual cameras with video analysis algorithms tailored to its specific location," said Carsten Smago, Head of the Services Business at Alcatel-Lucent Germany.
"We are happy and proud to extend the use of Aimetis software at Munich Airport," said Marc Holtenhoff, CEO of Aimetis. "The project teams from Alcatel-Lucent, Munich Airport and Aimetis have worked hard to ensure the success of this project and improve the safety at the airport."