The Aspen/Pitkin County Airport has chosen enterprise software provider Quantum Secure’s SAFE for Airports solution as its physical access and identity management solution. The SAFE for Airports solution will streamline access assignment and management, automate key physical security policies, simplify badging operations and improve tracking/reporting throughout the airport.
With the Quantum Secure SAFE for Airports solution, the 44,000 square foot single floor terminal facility will get a new badging and enrollment system which will allow for secure badges or credentials to be easily issued and renewed while automatically enforcing the business rules and controls of the badging office and the regulations and security directives issued by the TSA and other airport related regulatory authorities.
The Quantum Secure SAFE for Airports solution provides a supervisory management system to transform and automate manual workflows and processes, enabling airport authorities to manage facility access of users and groups through role-based access control. This results into streamlined security operations with huge reductions in operating costs.
“We are extremely excited about the improvements Quantum Secure’s SAFE for Airports solution will bring to our credentialing and badging process,” says David Ulane, assistant aviation director for the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport. “With our small badging staff and large badge population, SAFE will increase our internal efficiency while greatly improving the credential issuing process for our users and tenants.”
Additionally, the SAFE for Airports suite allows the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport to future-proof their physical security infrastructure, providing the ability to incorporate additional biometric readers with ease and support the potential future use of various smart card technologies.
“The SAFE for Airports suite is ideal for airports of all sizes looking to streamline their badging operations and ensure compliance with the latest TSA regulations,” says Quantum Secure President and CEO Ajay Jain.