Airports and transportation organizations must prioritize passenger safety, infrastructure protection and regulatory compliance. The sensitivity of transitions between public and secure areas creates additional security challenges. The Hakimo artificial intelligence physical security event monitoring software solution works with existing access control systems and video surveillance cameras to help airport and transportation security teams reduce risk, improve response time and support compliance efforts.
The Hakimo AI solution prioritizes alarms based on security risk, allowing airport, port authority and mass transit security teams to quickly respond to actual incidents and reduce nuisance alarms.
With no need for additional hardware, the Hakimo solution assesses every access control event to uncover person and vehicle tailgating events, or unauthorized access, that would otherwise go undetected.
Digital records of all events support personnel responding to incidents as well as U.S. airport compliance with TSA requirements.
Insights produced by the Hakimo solution guide security system maintenance and help inform security programs and planning.
The Hakimo AI solution has completed test and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc. (Safe Skies). The report is available to qualified airport personnel at US commercial-service airports by request from Safe Skies or via the Homeland Security Information Network.
PGD turned to Hakimo to automatically monitor for piggybacking and tailgating events. The software detects unauthorized access, easily enables reporting of events to the TSA and even helps the airport change badge holder behavior in support of its security policies.
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