Port and airport infrastructures are structurally complex environments, characterized by large and uneven perimeters. With complex traffic characteristics (people, vehicles and goods) that require careful controls, these are places with a high-risk rate, where high security levels are required.
- Rail and underground transport
By size, structure, extension, distribution and number of variables (aggressions, vandalism, theft, sabotage, terrorism), rail transport has many critical elements that require a careful and precise project to prevent accidents and crime and protect people and property in the various premises, common areas, areas outside the stations, warehouses and rolling stock, electrical substations, railroad crossings, tunnels, path or tracks…
These are infrastructures with a great economic and social significance, as they support intensive movements of goods, vehicles and people.
The progressive increase in traffic density carries with it the risk of increased road accidents involving an increasing number of vehicles, as well as an increase in the risk of secondary accidents or traffic jams.
In this context, security systems operate on multiple levels: prevention of acts of terrorism, monitoring, analysis and control of traffic, support for the detection of transgressions, management of flows on supplementary trajectories (including the management of additional lanes) or planning of new alternative infrastructures or reinforcement of existing ones…)
The main problems are aggression, violence, purse snatching, robbery and vandalism.
In addition to the vehicles, our systems are required to control several ancillary service areas, such as stations, metro and bus surface stops, nearby parking lots with the related connection routes, and all adjacent spaces with the related access routes.