Bosch provides security at Phnom Penh International Airport
CAMBODIA: Phnom Penh International Airport greets approximately 5 million passengers each year. With such a vast flow of humanity passing through its terminals, the airport’s operator, Société Concessionaire d'Aéroport, recently upgraded much of Phnom Penh International’s infrastructure, making security, safety, communications and building automation the highest priorities. This resulted in Bosch Security certified partner GES Cambodia Co Ltd and contractor Enseas Cambodia integrating a solution comprising several of the manufacturer’s systems.
Bosch Dinion IP 7000 and AutoDome IP HD 7000 cameras have been installed throughout the airport and are used to track persons and objects from multiple angles, supplying airport security with HD video footage.
Meanwhile, the manufacturer’s Avenar detector 4000 has been deployed for smoke detection in the event of a fire, and a Praesideo public address and emergency voice evacuation systems have also been setup.
Finally, Bosch’s Building Integration Systems (BIS) manages the airport’s access control system, which ensures that only authorised personnel enter certain areas, using fingerprint and keypad readers. BIS integrates the entire access control system into a single platform offering centralised management and simplifying operation.