Transportation Security Systems

Since 9/11, security has moved a quantum leap forward in technology, but the business processes to use this new technology are still in development. Identity Management is at the core of this emerging new view of security.

Security systems do not operate on the same financial principles as most other investments. The Return-On-Investment of a security system is usually measured in reduction of fear that something bad will occur, but the investment is still measured in dollars.

Our approach to the implementation of security systems is to find operational benefits to pair with the security benefits. This allows our customers to justify some or all of the security expense based on improved passenger throughput, increased revenue generation, and/or lower operating costs.

Security Systems
Services Provided
  • Threat and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Identity Management
  • New Product Development
  • Patent Assistance
  • Communications Network Design
  • Project and Program Management
  • Pilot, Prototyping, Testing and Certification
  • Field Data Acquisition
  • Continuity of Operations Planning
  • Developing Requests for Proposal
  • Bid and Contract Management
Sample Projects
  • SAFPAS Prototype for TSA
  • New York Metropolitan Transit Authority Sensor Design
  • Atlanta Airport Command, Control and Communications Center
  • TSA Secureflight Program
  • TSA Transportation Worker Identity Card
  • TSA Airport Access Control Pilot Program
  • RFID tags for Las Vegas Airport
  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Biometrics
  • Video Analytics
  • Networking
  • Perimeter Intrusion
  • Metal Detectors
  • Explosive Detection Systems
  • Radio Systems
  • Passenger Name Records
  • IATA Messaging
  • Kiosks
  • Neural Network Software
  • Data Mining