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  • 1. Centralised and Integrated Security, Process and Resource Management for Today’s Airports. Steve Batt Market Manager Airports Siemens BuildingTechnologies
  • 2. Airports AirportsIntegrated security process & resource management for today’s airports Siemens Enterprise Security Steve Batt, Market Manager Airports
  • 3. – The spectrum of airport security – The Integrated airport security landscape – Airport process mapping & harmonization – Effective resource management – Embodiment of a synchronized platform – Immediate and dynamic benefits for airport operators, partners and customers alike Agenda
  • 4. The spectrum of airport security technology Access Control Video Surveillance Perimeter detection Off site agency access to video feeds Visitor / Contractor Badging & credentialling Mobile security / dispatch resources Communication platforms Mass Notification Interfaces to Safety platforms Intercoms GIS Layer 1: Threat based security technology Layer 2: Security system management Layer 3: Integrated command and control platform
  • 5. The integrated airport security landscape: Rising to the challenge Disparate & antiquated technology Shorter release cycles Convergence of security disciplines Operational continuity Pressure to reduce operating costs & resources Uncoordinated operations & command centers Dynamic building & terminal layouts Evolving threat landscape Elevated safety and security requirements Funding constraints Importance of non-aviation revenues
  • 6. Process Mapping and Harmonization • Process Mapping is fundamental to harmonizing and effectively integrating security platforms, spelling out all component parts of established security process’s • Understand and identify all process components and leverage all improvement opportunities • ICOR (inputs, outputs, controls and resources) process mapping methodology • Maps define the inputs, outputs, controls and resources for both the high level process and the sub-processes
  • 7. Process Mapping and Harmonization „As is“ analysis Measures of improvement „What if“ scenarios Identify process improvements
  • 8. Provide an integrated, user friendly Event Management System completely configurable with integrated SOPS Bring Operations, Security, Facilities and agencies into an integrated command, control and communications center Enhance situational awareness throughout the entire airport Create an electronic incident folder with time stamps, radio, video, MNS etc… Scalable common operating picture and language Common Objectives Objectives
  • 9. The integrated airport security technology landscape Market Trends Hi-Definition Video Biometric database management NFC Behavioral Detection Face Detection PSIM+ Palm Vein Detection Smart Cards Intelligent Video Analytics Checkpoint of the future Intelligent Perimeter Surveillance Thermal Lie Detectors Passenger Flow Monitoring & interfaces Multifaceted screening & scanning equipment Identity management Voice analytics Forensic search Open Platform
  • 10. Improving Situational Awareness through integrated technological solutions Detect • Intrusion Detection • Video Surveillance • Access Control • Fire Detection • Video Analytics • Emergency Call Stations Prevent • Risk Analysis • Scenario Planning • Simulation Services • Public Awareness Mitigate Mobilize Manage Intelligent Devices ∙ Critical Communications ∙ Enterprise Level Control Recover • "Post Event Analysis" as input for prevention • Electronic policy enforcement of SOPs • Fail over and redundancy Respond • CAD • GIS • Two Way Comm. • Mass Notification • Evacuation Mgmt. • Crisis Mgmt • Resource Mgmt
  • 11. Command Center With Non Integrated Systems Emergency Other Security Systems Comms. Video Management Building Comfort Access Control Video Content Analysis Safety Emergency call systems Evacuation IT Security Intruder detection Others Telephone integration (CTI) Public address FIDS (Flight Information Displays) Display Recording Retrieval Building automation Energy management Lighting control Access control Gate control Perimeter detection Intrusion detection Detect Tracking Perimeter surveillance Classification Smoke and fire detection Evacuation Extinguishing Airport Operator Emergency Alert Team Dispatch Operations Team
  • 12. Emergency Other Security Systems Comms. Video Management Building Comfort Access Control Video Content Analysis Safety Emergency call systems Evacuation IT Security Intruder detection Others Telephone integration (CTI) Public address FIDS (Flight Information Displays) Display Recording Retrieval Building automation Energy management Lighting control Access control Gate control Perimeter detection Intrusion detection Detect Tracking Perimeter surveillance Classification Smoke and fire detection Evacuation Extinguishing Command and Control Integration Platform Situational Awareness Security Policies Decision Support Operations Control Process Optimization Alarms Information & DataMontitoring Control Fully Integrated Platform: Harmonising all airport safety & security systems Workflow Management Resource Management Integrated Communications Airport Operator Emergency Alert Team Dispatch Operations Team
  • 13. Effective Command & Control Center Strong Concept of Operations Independent of the subsystems, the operational mode & process remains constant
  • 14. Securing staff, travellers, assets and business processes at all times Securing people Integrated security management and effective evacuation protects people – your airport customers and employees. Ensuring business continuity Early incident detection and effective localised response ensure lowest downtime of your airport. Securing assets Reliable detection and monitoring even under special and harsh conditions protects assets – yours and your airport customers. Supporting business development Integrated security management and effective evacuation protects people – your airport customers and employees.
  • 15. Siemens - keeping your airport, staff, assets and passengers secure and safe! Steve Batt Market Manager Airports Siemens Enterprise Security steve.batt@siemens.com www.siemens.com/airports