Menlo Park, Calif., Dec. 13, 2022 — Hakimo, a technology company dedicated to modernizing physical security through its artificial intelligence (AI) software, today announced that its AI solution has completed operational test and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc. (Safe Skies) at San Diego International Airport.
Safe Skies’ evaluation report, entitled SSDA—22-028 Hakimo Access Control Video Analytics – San Diego International Airport, was published in November 2022. This report is available to qualified airport personnel at US commercial-service airports via the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org with their request.
Safe Skies, an independent third-party non-profit organization funded by the Federal Aviation Administration, conducts thorough testing of security systems’ detection capabilities, reliability, and maintainability under active airport operational and environmental conditions. Safe Skies performs its evaluations under an ISO 9001:2015-approved Quality Management System.
Safe Skies’ Airport Security System Integrated Support Testing (ASSIST) Program is a collaborative effort between US commercial-service airports, Transportation Security Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Airports Council International-North America, American Association of Airport Executives, and Airport Consultants Council. Safe Skies created the ASSIST Program to fulfill its core purpose of helping airport operators meet their security responsibilities using a transparent process for identifying, selecting, and executing projects that are designed to create a more efficient and effective airport security system.
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