AC2000 Airport
AC2000
A I R P O RT
IN the FAST MOVING WORLD
OF AVIATION YOU CAN RELY ON
AC2000 AIRPORT; A POWERFUL
ACCESS CONTROL AND SECURITY
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Securing the gateways of the world
Used by many of the world’s leading
airports for over 25 years, AC2000
Airport is an aviation-specific security
management system that has a proven
record as one of the most reliable and
resilient security solutions available.
The flexibility and high quality offered
by AC2000 Airport is a key factor in its
suitability for the aviation environment.
HEATHROW
Airport,
UK
Vancouver
Airport,
Canada
Xiamen
Airport,
China
Budapest
Airport,
Europe
Dubai Intl.
Airport,
UAE
Indira Gandhi
Intl. Airport,
India
Hong Kong
Intl. Airport,
China
Auckland Airport,
New Zealand
What can AC2000 Airport offer you?
Airport access control
AC2000 Airport encompasses all the core software features of the powerful AC2000 system with a
host of additional functions that have been specifically designed for airports including card charging,
authorisers, airport utilities and IATA code.
Flexible, customised solution
CEM Systems understands that airport security needs and legislation requirements change over time.
As such AC2000 Airport software and hardware is highly flexible to meet project needs for integration
or customisation. AC2000 software also incorporates built-in user definable fields that enable airports
to build a self-configured, customised system.
Integration
Acting as the Security Management System (SMS), AC2000 Airport provides high levels of integration
and one powerful command and control front-end for alarm management of multiple airport security
systems; including access control, video, intrusion, fire, perimeter detection and much more.
Scalability
AC2000 Airport supports unlimited cardholders and doors, featuring virtually unlimited expansion
capabilities. This is ideal for airports that are sizable and subject to continuous growth over time.
System resilience
AC2000 system architecture features layers of resilience. The AC2000 server is built on a highly stable
operating system that can be further enhanced with a failover/redundant server. The use of distributed
intelligence at all levels of the system is also achieved using CEM intelligent card readers with an LCD
screen and a large internal database for offline card validation; a critical requirement for airports.
Key System Features
• Highly stable Linux
operating system
• Intelligent, multi-technology
CEM card readers
• Windows® based
operator workstations
• Seamless integration with
external systems; CCTV,
intrusion, fire, perimeter
detection and more
• Virtually unlimited
system expansion
• Multi-language support
• Extensive web-based
AC2000 applications
• Redundant server
And much more
Innovative access solutions for mission critical airports
CEM AC2000 hardware is highly innovative and reflects the
latest in security technology.
Intelligent card readers
CEM card readers offer multiple layers of security throughout airports, controlling airside and landside
boundaries, gates, Air Traffic Control Towers and associated remote buildings. With an internal
database, readers can validate cards and store transactions offline, ensuring zero system downtime
and a 24/7 operational airport environment. With a keypad feature for additional PIN security and
an LCD display, messages such as Access Denied and Card Expiring are easily displayed. This prevents
operational delays as ID cardholders can quickly communicate reasons for denied entry to the
airport ID unit.
Touch screen card reader / terminal
CEM emerald™ access terminal is a revolutionary edge device. Featuring a touch screen reader and
controller in one, with built in Voice over IP (VoIP) intercom functionality, emerald uniquely enables
data normally only available on the AC2000 client PC to be accessed securely at the door for functions
including reader maintenance, aviation check-lists, display of airport advertisements and much more.
Integrated biometrics
Featuring a controller, card reader and fingerprint solution in one, the CEM S610f
fingerprint reader is a fully integrated biometric and access control reader that is
used to control access where an additional biometric layer of security is required.
It provides a fully integrated fingerprint biometric solution without the need to
use a door controller or third party biometric equipment and software.
Portable card readers
CEM portable handheld card readers offer airports a quick way of providing
temporary guard check points for random security spot checks around the
airport or can be used for external areas inaccessible for cables.
Typical System Architecture
AC2000 main server (CDC)
Airport
Link to remote
sites
Hot standby
(redundant CDC)
Camera
CCTV
integration
AC2000
AC2000
Intruder detection
integration
ID card
printer
AC2000 enrolment
workstation (VIPPS)
AC2000 Alarm Event Display
(AED) workstation
Validation
readers
Fire detection
integration
And many more
TCP/IP NETWORK
SERIAL OPTIONS
ETHERNET OPTIONS
ECM ethernet control module
Input/output
controllers.
Up to 16
inputs & 8
outputs
(Optional)
PoE Midspan
RS485 daisy chain
up to 16 doors
S610s serial card
reader/controller
sDCM 300
serial intelligent
two-door
controller
3rd party Wiegand
readers
RTC Ethernet
Controller (Max.
256 Ethernet
Readers)
S3030 Handheld
Portable Readers
(Optional) PoE+
Door Interface Unit
emerald™
access
terminal
S610e
card
reader/
controller
S610f
fingerprint
card reader/
controller
eDCM 350
intelligent
two-door
controller
CEM sPass
reader
(encrypted
serial)
CEM sPass
keypad reader
(encrypted
serial)
eDCM 300
intelligent
two-door
controller
3rd party Wiegand
readers
Wireless
locks
Wiegand
TCP/IP Comms
RS485 Comms
WIFI or USB connectivity
Typical AC2000 Airport system architecture only.
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An operational solution for airports
AC2000 Airport is more than an access control
system. It helps airports to run more effectively
in terms of both cost and operations.
Passenger segregation
AC2000 Airport allows airports/airlines to segregate arriving and departing passengers by using
CEM card readers. The readers are interlocked so that if one reader is in Passenger mode (for multiple
throughput) the other can only be put in Staff mode (for individual entry). This enables the free flow of
passengers through departure and arrival gates without compromising security and creating security
airlocks across the RZ ‘Restricted Zone’ line.
Check-in desk enabling
CEM card readers can be used to enable/disable shared check-in desks or luggage carousels. The system
provides a report on check-in desk usage which can then be sent to the finance system for invoicing
airlines for their appropriate use.
Air-bridge monitoring
CEM card readers installed at each air-bridge ensure that only authorized and trained personnel can
operate them. A valid card and/or PIN must be presented before activation. The system provides data
for advanced reporting which enables airports to reduce air-bridge maintenance costs and charge airlines
for faults and usage.
Temporary cardholder management
AC2000 Airport provides a powerful tool to monitor and control access of temporary cardholders
(visitors), recording information such as reason for temporary card and the name of the airport sponsor.
The powerful AC2000 WEB Visitor Management application also enables temporary cardholders to be
requested and managed from any location via a standard web browser.
Vehicle management
AC2000 Vehicle Management ensures that only authorized passengers within a vehicle can pass
a control point. It also provides the ability to monitor and report on vehicle usage within an area such
as a car park, identifying when maximum occupancy levels are reached.
AC2000
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Green initiatives
Using Equipment Enable feature on CEM card readers, all equipment throughout the airport can be
controlled and monitored for cost efficiency purposes. For example escalators, heat curtains and fixed
electrical equipment can be enabled when required and automatically shut down for energy conservation.
Airport link
Airports that are owned by the same operator can be linked and networked upon request, allowing
valid cardholders to go from one airport to another and use the same ID card at each airport.
Advanced reporting
Using AC2000 Airport system data for sophisticated reporting purposes, airports can reduce costs
without compromising security.
Data clear down
Very often legislation dictates that an airport must not hold cardholder personal data for more than a set
number of years. AC2000 Airport meets these legal requirements by enabling airports to automatically
remove inactive cards/stored images from the system that have not be used within the given time period.
Integration
The AC2000 Alarm Event Display (AED) application provides one powerful platform for the control and
monitoring of access control and integrated systems. Airports have access to one graphical command
and control centre, with CCTV, fire and access control alarms / devices highlighted. This enables airport
operators to monitor multiple systems and instigate corrective action in real time from one central source.
OPERATIONAL APPLICATIONS
• Check-in desk enabling
• Panic button facility
• Card parking facility
• Luggage carousel enabling
• Temporary cardholder
(visitor) management
• Airport link
• Passenger segregation
• Air-bridge monitoring
• Vehicles management
• Threat levels
• Green initiatives
• Direct link to
airport invoicing
And much more
• Equipment enable
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AC2000 Airport is used by leading airports around
the world, including over 80% of UK airports to:
• Manage access throughout the airport and
prevent unauthorized access to secure areas
• Manage the flow of passengers, temporary
cardholders and baggage through access
points inside the airport
• Provide command and control for airport
security, law enforcement and airport
management personnel
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• Provide one fully integrated graphical user
interface for all electronic systems within
the airport
• Enable shared check-in desk usage by airlines
• More efficiently use and control air bridges
• Manage vehicle flow and control of vehicle access
• Manage lift control of common use passenger lifts
• Enhance overall safety
• Manage the staff ID pass production system
with an interface for invoicing
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