The need for security measures in public places, such as government buildings and military installations, is obvious. If it wasn’t obvious before, it should be after the assault on our national capital early this year. Private enterprises’ need for security is not always as obvious but is just as pressing, This is especially true of buildings and complexes that see a great deal of traffic on a daily basis. If it is a mix of both foot and motor vehicle traffic, the need is even greater. Here is a summary of security issues at various points in the private sector, as well as solutions that we offer at Delta Scientific.
Poor Gates Bar Effective Airport Security
For almost two decades, airports have been trying to secure themselves from intrusions of all kinds. While airports have been able to reduce the threat of insurgents boarding planes effectively, there are still lapses in external security that could prove extremely dangerous. The security gate is by far the weakest point in any fence-based security plan.
What Airports Can Learn From a Security Breach at Cleveland’s Airport
Airports are not fortresses. In the early-morning hours of Feb. 3, 2019, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport suffered a perimeter breach, when an SUV crashed through a chain-link gate. That a vehicle was able to penetrate the perimeter at all is extremely troubling & preventable with the correct security measures.
Keep Passengers Safe and Airports Looking Great
Modern airports are international centers of human interaction and have become prime targets for terrorist groups. Keeping the public safe at airports is a big a challenge to law enforcement and airport management. Skillful designers employ modern methods to enhance the appearance of airport facilities and keep security at the necessary levels.