Fueling & Ramp Services
Planning and implementing aviation technology systems and security infrastructure creates special challenges for airport owners and operators of all sizes. We understand the nuances of integrating these special systems, which include active data and voice networking; data centers; access control; all forms of surveillance and intrusion detection; airport operational systems such as passenger processing and resource allocation; dynamic wayfinding; aircraft auto-docking; foreign object debris (FOD) detection; non-NAVAID airfield sensor systems; licensed and unlicensed wireless; baggage handling systems; and integration of these into airport command and control infrastructure.
Our project experience in providing data and communications infrastructure includes cabling for airport terminals, aviation facilities and airport/airline campus environments. We also design and specify network equipment and operational systems for airport and airline clients. We arrange information technology backbone structures for maximum flexibility and growth.
We configure cable plants to industry standards to meet your needs and preferences. Our certified network engineers design networks to best practices such as the Cisco SAFE security reference architecture. Strong working relationships with the world’s airport system integrators allow us to optimally interface these components with security, surveillance and building automation subsystems. We coordinate architectural and mechanical systems to provide sufficient rack space and adequate system cooling at all equipment locations.
Security, Special Systems & FIS Buildout
Making the Case for Data
Aviation Special Report: Rethinking Resiliency