Visual Management Systems Ltd. becomes a member of the Airports Centre of Excellence (ACoE)
Visual Management Systems Ltd. developer of the TITAN VISION PSIM Solution has become the latest company to be invited to join the Airports Centre of Excellence (ACoE), Visual Management Systems said.
ACoE will work with the company to provide innovative and world class solutions for airport operations and improving the passenger experience. The recently launched ACoE continues to build it’s community of members.
Visual Management Systems Ltd. is the UK’s leading provider of the platform-independent, comprehensive security information management system, Titan Vision. Developed in the UK for the protection of critical national infrastructure, police and military installations, airports and oil and gas assets. The TITAN portfolio is fully ONVIF compliant and utilised by established system integrators in the UK, Middle East and across the globe.
Managing Director, Jay Shields commented: “The protection of ports, airports and other transport hubs has long been a specific area of expertise for our engineers and developers and we are pleased to have been invited to join a progressive organisation such as ACoE in the pursuit of new opportunities in the future.”
CASE STUDY: Shannon Airport
Shannon Airport had an outdated analogue CCTV solution which had to be upgraded to a full IP digital solution in order to make it more available to key airport services and staff including the police, fire services, baggage handling and Customs & Excise. Each group needed to access the system for different reasons at different places and all at the same time.
The decision in selecting TITAN VISION from Visual Management Systems Ltd. was made following a detailed evaluation based on value for money, system functionality, existing customer feedback, ease of administration and the modular design of the solution proposed.
The system consisting of approximately 200 cameras, runs on our internal converged LAN with little or no impact and is easy to administer. Operations and Security staff can easily access and view any camera on the airport network whilst at the same time the system is recording in real time at a high resolution. When required recordings can be burned to disk for archiving.