Annapolis, Md. -- ARINC Incorporated will exhibit a range of advanced systems addressing command and control, physical security, mobile data security, and interoperable communications at the 2005 ASIS Annual Seminar, September 12-15 in Orlando, FLA. New and emerging security technologies ideally suited for mission-critical applications, aviation, and transit facilities will be demonstrated at ASIS Booth 4549.
The ARINC AIM (Advanced Information Management) Command and Control Platform is an open-architecture system that offers perimeter intrusion detection, access control, alarm annunciation, graphics, and intelligent communication alarm capabilities. It has now been integrated with advanced video control and analysis including IP Video Assessment and portable Digital Video capabilities.
â€œThe AIM platform is designed to integrate seamlessly with all of todayâ€™s COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) security technologies,â€ stated Frank Koren, ARINC Business Development Manager, Transportation Solutions. â€œWe plan to demonstrate AIM with a wide selection of the most advanced security technologies being deployed today.â€
New biometric identification capabilities will be among the AIM advances featured. ARINC recently incorporated biometrics in several core products, including the AIM physical security offerings and Registered Traveler kiosks installed at Orlando International airport.
For ASIS, ARINC will also unveil a highly capable, portable video display and recording unit with AIM. â€œThis ruggedized, portable, handheld computing, communications, and telemetry control device provides field personnel and first responders with superior, uniform access to mission-critical information,â€ stated Rich Bredeson, the companyâ€™s Senior Director, Government and Commercial Security Marketing. â€œThis information can be in the form of wireless or wired, real-time, bi-directional voice, video, text, telemetry, GPS, and biometricsâ€”including fingerprint and iris scanning used for positive identification. This adds great flexibility and usefulness to the AIM security package.â€
ARINC will also demonstrate its unique AWINSTM solution for interoperable security communications. AWINS interconnects all popular types of communications systemsâ€”Land Mobile Radio, POTS, PBXs, cellular, video, mobile data, Marine Radio, and more. By adopting AWINS, government, public safety, and security agencies can achieve complete voice and data interoperability without replacing their current equipment.
ARINC Incorporated is the world leader in transportation communications and systems engineering. The company develops and operates communications and information processing systems and provides systems engineering and integration solutions to five key industries: airports, aviation, defense, government, and surface transportation. Founded to provide reliable and efficient radio communications for the airlines, ARINC is headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland, and operates key regional offices in London and Singapore, with over 3,000 employees worldwide. ARINC is ISO 9001:2000 Certified. For more information, visit www.arinc.com.