Rize – Artvin airport was constructed on ground reclaimed from the Black Sea. It is expected to serve around two million passengers annually once travel returns to pre-pandemic levels.
As a completely new airport, the General Directorate Of State Airports Authority (DHMI) needed to install a video surveillance system that would ensure the security of the airport itself, protect staff and passengers and monitor any assets, vehicles, equipment, or aeroplanes. The surveillance system also needed to be flexible enough to scale as the airport grows.
Mubin Cakmak, CEO of system integrator- Bes Teknoloji, explains “The safety of passengers and staff is vital to the airport experience. Recognising this, the Rize–Artvin Airport security team wanted to install a comprehensive and reliable video surveillance solution that also worked seamlessly with access control, perimeter protection and the announcements system.”