NICE Surveillance Systems Selected for Dallas/Fort Worth Airport

RA’ANANA, Israel

Dallas/Fort Worth Int’l Airport (DFW) has selected NICE Systems to provide a digital surveillance system as part of security upgrades for the airport. The system will be designed to enhance monitoring of the entrances to terminals as well as monitor the perimeter of one of the world’s largest airports.

SecureNet, of Carrollton, Texas, had previously been awarded a contract to install the systems at the airport.

The airport is funding the CCTV enhancements through a $104 million commitment by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). DFW says the system should be in operation by June.

“Ultimately, we are saving our tenant airlines money and our passengers unnecessary delays by greatly eliminating the possibility of terminal evacuation,” says William Flowers, vice president of IT at DFW. “Our new system will record and digitize video from hundreds of locations 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

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