Auckland Airport chooses CEM Security Solution

CEM Systems has announced it has been awarded the contract to install its CEM
AC2000 security Management system at Auckland Airport, New Zealand.
ADT New Zealand has been selected as the integrator in the project and will install
the AC2000 system at the airport’s domestic and international terminals.
The CEM AC2000 system at Auckland Airport will use software modules including CEM’s AC2000 Visual Imaging and Pass Production System (VIPPS) which allows security personnel to produce passes and access rights for staff and visitors.  The Airport will also use CEM’s AC2000 WEB Visitors which will enable system users to request and manage temporary cardholders (visitors) via a standard web browser.  Its Time and Attendance module will also be installed, offering easy to read reports of employee In and Out times.  The AC2000 Failover product will also be introduced, providing the ability to create and maintain a copy of the main AC2000 server.  In the event that the main server fails, the AC2000 Failover server will immediately take over until such times as the main server is restored.
“Being awarded the contract to secure Auckland Airport is another significant win for CEM,” said Andrew Fulton, Senior Director, Global Sales, CEM Systems. “CEM has a proven history of understanding the dynamics and needs of airports and the industry-leading CEM AC2000 system has been used to secure airports around the world for over 20 years; Auckland Airport joins some of the world’s most prestigious airports in
selecting CEM Systems.”