CEM Systems Provides Access Control for Delhi International Airport

CEM Systems, a Tyco International company, announced that it has been awarded the contract to provide access control in Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. The contract was awarded by ADT Security (India) who will supply a fully integrated access control and network video solution.


CEM's airport edition system will be installed at the airport. The airport edition system was developed with the needs of airports in mind and features airport-specific applications including card reader door modes such as "Passenger," "Trolley" and "Airbridge."


For the more security-critical areas, the airport has chosen the S610f fingerprint solution which combines a fingerprint reader, intelligent controller and advanced IP card reader in one powerful solution.


The seamless integration will enable the airport to handle operational complexity and security-related challenges in a large-scale environment. Hence, the integrated system can fully support the operational applications such as passenger movement, vehicle management, airbridge monitoring system and check-in desk, enabling which are critical to the airport's ground operations.

 

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