Henri Coanda Airport to extend video surveillance, adding facial recognition

Anca Alexe 05/12/2017 | 09:33

The National Airport Company in Bucharest is planning an upgrade and extension of the closed-circuit television system (CCTV) of the Henri Coanda Airport in Otopeni with an investment of EUR 8.8 million from the company’s own funds.

The upgrade will include solutions for facial recognition and automatic license plate number recognition for automobiles, as well as a general extension of the area covered by video surveillance.

The acquisition procedure for the hardware and software upgrades will be done through negotiation, and the main criteria will be the lowest price, according to the information available in the Electronic Public Acquisitions System (SEAP).

The CCTV system will be extended to previously uncovered areas, such as public areas, technical areas (e.g. Tarom hangar), airport platforms, the official lounge and any other areas where video surveillance is required for ensuring the security of civilian aviation.

The deadline for documentation requests is January 3rd, 2018, and participation requests and offers should be submitted by January 10th, 2018.  The length of the contract will be 48 months.

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