Indira Gandhi Airport, Delhi
Indira Gandhi International Airport is one of the major gateways in India, with around 22.84 Million passengers travelling through its terminals each year.
As part of a $2.6 billion, 20 year phased development program, Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) added an additional passenger terminal building (Terminal 3) to Indira Gandhi Airport. The Terminal 3 site spans 500,000m2 and features more than 160 check-in counters with a capacity of 34 million passengers per annum.
To secure Terminal 3, DIAL and BCAS (Bureau of Civil Aviation Security India) required a proven access control solution which could utilise IP technology and be fully integrated with other systems in the terminal. The aim of the project was to deliver a flagship airport solution for India.
“The Indira Gandhi Terminal 3 project represents a landmark development in the aviation sector within India and both ADT India and CEM Systems are delighted to be involved.” said Ramesh Jayaraman, Managing Director, ADT India.
Employing over 130 engineers onsite ADT India installed the industry leading CEM AC2000 system to secure the Terminal. The system offers a fully integrated IP based access control and video solution.
The AC2000 system installed at Indira Gandhi has been integrated with several other sub-systems to provide a central SMS (security management system) providing the client with one userfriendly command and control graphical interface. Using the CEM AC2000 AED (Alarm Event Display) application, AC2000 can manage IndigoVision NVR alarms from 2600 cameras with video analytics from the common front end. This means that when an alarm is triggered on the access control system, an administrator can simply view both live and recorded video footage. All of the systems will be monitored via the AC2000 AED application.