Myrtle Beach International Airport, a full-service airport that serves more than 1.5 million travelers each year to and from one of the most popular golfing destinations in the U.S., has chosen AMAG Technology's security management system and intelligent field hardware, integrated with OnSSI's VMS. Myrtle Beach International Airport is one of the first airports in the southeastern U.S. to install a digital security system.
The IP-centric integration provides an easy-to-use and flexible video solution for the airport. Operating via customized virtual matrix screen, security officers view continuous live video that provides immediate knowledge to make quick, informed decisions. Investigation tools allow users to view activity by event, from any wired or wireless camera anywhere, providing enhanced security.
The integration makes the system expandable as the integration supports Myrtle Beach Airport's 80-plus network cameras. Video is recorded and archived to the video server which has approximately 22 terabytes of video storage to accommodate 30 days of activity.
“The integration provides the security staff additional functionality ensuring a more secure airport,” said Mike Taylor, VP of North American Sales, AMAG Technology. “It's easy to use and offers the airport flexibility with the choice of cameras and the ability to easily manage video within the integrated security management system.”
“As security systems grow increasingly complex, more efficient and intuitive solutions like this one in Myrtle Beach become more vital to ensuring that a system accomplishes its goals,” said Gadi Piran, President and CTO of OnSSI.