The network video surveillance technology from Hikvision, integrada por su partner en África Central Skylinks Technical Services, It has allowed the Kotoka International Airport of the Republic of Ghana meet EU ACC3, the highest accreditation in the aviation industry.
A total of thirteen network cameras manufacturer Hikvision complete the project to install a network of CCTV to IP video surveillance Aviance Ghana Ltd. Kotoka International Airport in the Republic of Ghana, in order to protect passengers, aircraft and cargo, which it has been composed Skylinks Technical Services, su partner en África Central.
The project, as Haim explains Atanelov, Skylinks manager, He had to meet stringent requirements, "Systems offered as high-resolution images at all times and in all lighting conditions to meet EU validation ACC3. These pressures helped us in choosing components Hikvision, with its solid manufacture, video quality and quick and easy installation and operation, with user-friendly software and after-sales service and technical support class ".
To this it is added that Hikvision network cameras should also integrate seamlessly with existing analog CCTV system Aviance, "Despite the immediate and so was the difference in video quality -puntualiza Atanelov-. In addition to also integrate with access control system in the four-door passenger, something that is also carefully observed by the EU ACC3 validators ".
The Kotoka International Airport Ghana has four types of Hikvision network cameras are connected to a new network infrastructure Gigabit RAID 5 NVR's 32 channels. All networked systems incorporate infrared technology Exir this manufacturer to ensure, day and night, crisp, clear images even under minimum or difficult lighting, as in this facility stores.
Both chambers 1,3 like 3 Bullet megapixel installed in these warehouses have to IR technology 50 meters, while the range Exir 30 meters away from the mini dome cameras located in the terminal building offer optimal image quality at night, when illumination is partly much lower.
Skylinks responsible for Technical Services also notes that "Aviance has pledged to phase out the old analog system to install new IP cameras from Hikvision".
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