Codestuff Digitalizes Manchester Airport Surveillance System

Codestuff Digitalizes Manchester Airport Surveillance System
Codestuff, a provider of video management systems, announced a project helping Manchester Airport to upgrade its aging analog surveillance system to a fully digital core. The eight-month project will improve a wide range of surveillance-related tasks from baggage system monitoring, car park customer service, aircraft stands and pedestrian safety management across a 625-hectare site used by more than 18 million passengers and staff each year.

Keen to update its existing surveillance network, Manchester Airport chose Codestuff platform for video recording, playback, management and archiving alongside a new fully digital core.

The platform was selected based on its scalability and depth of features as well as Codestuff's ability to provide custom modification to allow the existing management and control systems to interface directly into the upgraded surveillance system.

“The new digital core and platform will provide the airport with many more capabilities and give us the flexibility to simply deploy new monitoring PC workstations, simplified architecture and the ability to upgrade to network cameras in the future,” said Geoff Densham, PM at Manchester Airport. “We originally ran into difficulties working with a third-party supplier so we approached Codestuff directly and this has accelerated the design and implementation phase and the first stage will go live in May.”

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