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GTSI to Improve Surveillance and Security Systems of MIA

GTSI declared its intent to begin upgrade operation on Miami International Airport’s (MIA) surveillance systems and its infrastructure. By honing the latest technologies from NICE Systems, GTSI can bring improved and upgraded security network to both the interior and exterior of the airport, thereby promoting surveillance and monitoring capabilities of MIA.

According to MIA’s Airport Building Systems Manager, Ray Davalos, being the world’s established international passenger and freight airport, MIA serves as the U.S. gateway for the Caribbean and Latin America. MIA executives are dedicated towards passenger and employee safety. This unique integration requires MIA Engineering and GTSI to incorporate premium innovative technologies within a versatile solution that meets or promotes the operational and security needs of MIA. A standard has been set for the authentication of upgrade.

GTSI offers integrated solution for ground-based radar, video management, high resolution cameras, video analytics, and secure wireless networking.

GTSI collaborates with NICE Systems for this upgrade initiative concerning the airport’s NiceVision video surveillance solution that can effectively leverage, monitor, and record on a system. This new solution has the potential to manage more than 2,600 video surveillance cameras present all across MIA facilities. Advanced video analytics for runway incursion detection has been incorporated within NiceVision Net 2.5 video solution, through which MIA can precisely monitor and protect restricted areas.

Based on NiceVision Net 2.5, which is an enterprise-class, innovative open platform solution for IP video security, MIA can capitalize in the current analog camera technology- migrating to IP video.

Source: http://www.gtsi.com/

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