Las Américas International Airport will have one of the most advanced Access Control Monitoring Centers for intruders in restricted areas and baggage inspection, with an advanced technology system, with nearly 500 high-resolution PTZ cameras that can cover a perimeter of one kilometer away in real time.
The system will make it possible to detect the presence of any intruder who tries to violate the sensitive areas of the airport, as well as the perimeter fence and the cable system for the approach lights that illuminate the runway at night.
The system has some 458 high-resolution PTZ cameras scattered around the perimeter of the terminal, both in the internal and external restricted areas of the airport. They cover the entire terminal, including the landing approach runway lighting system and the cyclone fence that divides the perimeter.
In addition, it will guarantee the security and control of traveler’s luggage, which will be monitored from the moment the passenger deposits it in the airline’s canister, until its departure and to be taken to the aircraft hold in real time.
With the installation of this modern system, which is already being tested by the authorities of the Specialized Corps of Airport Security and Civil Aviation CESAC and the concessionaire company Aeropuertos Dominicanos XXI Aerodom, greater control of ballooning security is guaranteed.
The general director of the Specialized Corps of Airport Security and Civil Aviation CESAC, Major General Pilot of the Air Force of the Dominican Republic, Carlos Febrillet Rodríguez, assured that with the modern equipment that has been installed in the airport, it will be reduced almost to zero loss of bags