LASER scanners with large detection fields monitor areas inside or outside your building area. When integrated with an alarm system, their primary purpose is to alert facility management of intrusion or unlawful access.
With horizontal LASER curtains, sensing solutions offer motion and presence detection. Ideal for applications where cutting the ground for loops is prohibited, impossible or expensive. Integrate this sensor with ancillary products for additional security.
Swing doors provide convenient access to the general public. LASER-based sensors eliminate nuisance detections caused by changing weather and floor conditions, while offering full coverage in all door states.
Revolving doors decrease the amount of sound and weather from reaching indoors, while reducing energy consumption. While motion sensors provide activation, LASER-based sensors act as a safety device against door strikes.
Buses, taxis and passenger vehicles are constantly on the move through terminal drop-off and pick-up areas. Increase visual awareness with LED traffic lights, audible alerts and LASER-based sensors in crosswalks. Sensing solutions detect when a pedestrian or object is within the field.
Doors on public transportation are designed to optimize pedestrian traffic stepping into and out of the vehicle. During congested commutes, infrared sensors prevent doors from closing if a person or object is in the detection zone.
Sliding doors reduce unwanted activations in high traffic areas. BEA’s infrared and microwave sensors focus on threshold and pinch-zone safety while lowering hold-open times.
Instead of continually powering escalators and moving walkways, optimize energy consumption through motion detectors. When pedestrians approach escalators or moving walkways, motion sensors activate and stop the equipment when necessary.
By counting foot traffic, airport operations can determine how to schedule staff, measure wait time, and manage commercial spaces. BEA’s LASER-based people counter accurately and anonymously counts people close to the door.
Turnstiles, speed lanes and guidance systems help manage pedestrian traffic. Built-in microwave technology can detect when pedestrians approach the equipment and tie into an alarm system for additional security.
Along with threshold safety, sliding doors create pinch zones within the side-lite area. When mounting above the side-lite, infrared sensors tell the door to stop if a pedestrian or object is detected.
In airports, guiding pedestrian traffic also includes access control. When areas like security or the jet bridge are closed, electromagnetic locks, keypads and electric strikes prevent the public from entering.
Security checkpoints are a mandatory step that face high pedestrian traffic flow challenges. In one-way traffic security systems, the goal is to move authorized people to the next area quickly. Thanks to our unidirectional radar technology, the door opens smoothly while our active infrared safety sensors monitor the direction of travel and prevent access to unauthorized areas.
In airports, high-speed doors maintain efficiency, safety and speed in the hanger, maintenance and terminal areas. Industrial sensing solutions allow the door to open when necessary, and protect valuable resources while promoting a safer environment for employees.
With high pedestrian traffic and rigid security standards, airports require user-friendly and security-based solutions. Sensing solutions can provide automation to streamline traffic and presence activation for pedestrian safety.