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Passengers Expect Maximized Safety And Minimized Security Risks

After 9/11, the international community adopted series of regulatory initiatives to counter security threats that exist in the airlines and airspace environment and enhance security of the aviation transport industry.

Some of these international regulatory countermeasures, as well as those that already existed prior to 9/11, apply to airports, airplanes and aviation installations.

On this matter, we are able to offer a complete range of solutions & services for the aviation industry whether for the Airport Authority with the complete protection of the airport facilities, the Airlines with the security around their operations, the cargo operators and their security facilities, equipment and security requirements or the individual traveller who has their own unique set of security requirements.
AIRPORT SECURITY

From single or multiple issues through to complete security solutions
AIRLINE SECURITY

From cabin security checks to protecting and escorting cabin crew during stop overs.
CARGO SECURITY

From the provision of security equipment to the operation and management of cargo security facilities
BORDER CONTROL

Border Immigration Control and Advanced Passenger Information (API)
MASTER PLAN

Airport Security and Safety Master Plan Implementation through High Technology Equipment and Security  Expertise
Long Range Cameras
 
DRONES
Defense
 
DEFENSE
Airspace
 
ACCESS
Systems
 
PERIMETER
Security
 
We Secure your area and your airspace
Airports have always been major gateways into and out of any country and the experience passengers and visitors encounter while traveling through such facilities can have lasting effects on business, tourism and investment.

There are many issues that can affect the passenger experience of an airport - the condition of the airport and its facilities, the transportation access to and from the airport, the availability of services and facilities (shops, restaurants and other amenities) but two key issues that have an effect on the passengers sense of well being are their security while passing through the airport and the speed, efficiency and manner in which security services are conducted.

We have the experience, expertise and the technology to provide complete security solutions to airports not only in terms of consultancy and design but also in operational management, technology and manpower.

As part of the initial process we can audit and review the National Aviation Security Program, Airport Security Plan, Policy and Standard Operating Procedures.

Airports and airlines require a unique range of security measures, from protecting the restricted areas and the aircraft on the ground via a command and control centre to advanced passenger profiling and CCTV monitoring of passengers and staff, conducting cabin security checks, ensuring cargo, airport and in-flight supplies are screened, right through to the protection of the flight deck and cabin crew stopovers.

Further all these, the most important for the safety of the passengers and the aircrafts is the security and safety of airports airspace where in this case we also have the right airspace defense solutions.

Whatever the requirements WE have the relevant solution.
Regulation (EC) 300/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council lays down common rules and basic standards on aviation security and procedures to monitor the implementation of the common rules and standards.

Common basic standards comprise:

- screening of passengers, cabin baggage and hold baggage
- airport security (access control, surveillance)
- aircraft security checks and searches
- screening of cargo and mail
- screening of airport supplies
- staff recruitment and training
- member states must ensure that they

- designate a single authority competent for aviation security
- set up a national civil aviation security program
- set up a national quality control program

- Operators must define and implement an airport and an air carrier's security program