Rasilient Completes Phase II of Fairbanks International Airport Video Surveillance System Upgrade

Rasilient Systems, Inc. has completed Phase II of the video surveillance system upgrade at Fairbanks International Airport (FIA) in Alaska.

Rasilient Systems, Inc. has completed Phase II of the video surveillance system upgrade at Fairbanks International Airport (FIA) in Alaska.

Phase II at FIA continued the installation of modern video surveillance for the airport to meet the stringent demands needed to provide safety and security for the thousands of passengers FIA serves daily. FIA is a state-owned, public-use airport that averages more than 328 aircraft operations each day. The Phase II video surveillance deployment includes Rasilient server and storage technology that facilitates distributed IP megapixel cameras; recording transmission and storage of forensic-based, high-quality video signals; comprehensive live viewing and playback; utilization of purpose-built/designed digital IP networks; and intelligent processing of archived video; said Rasilient Director of Strategic Sales Engineering Dr. Edward Wassall. 

“These are key components that have the major video surveillance system requirements of scalability, video quality and reliability that FIA sought to implement when they chose to upgrade their security system,” said Dr. Wassall. “This current upgrade increased the number of supported video surveillance cameras as well as the efficiency associated with the management related to storage.”

Phase I, completed in the summer of 2018, included the initial deployment of Rasilient’s forensic-grade series video surveillance servers and storage. Rasilient’s purpose-built server and storage products provide a video surveillance system infrastructure designed to deliver reliable and continuous video surveillance with exclusive No Frame Drop (NFD™) technology that eliminates recording gaps.

FIA Building and Security Representative Dana Bowen said their primary decision to upgrade the multi-camera airside and landside video surveillance system was to enhance visibility and storage capabilities. The Rasilient system has allowed FIA to meet the needs of today as well as to “provide scalability for our future needs,” said Bowen.

“We are really very happy with the new airport forensic enabled storage system,” said Bowen.

Small, medium to large enterprise deployments are supported by Rasilient products and technologies, and they have been deployed worldwide to protect museums, government institutions, airports, seaports, military contractors, financial institutions, educational establishments, stadiums, and residential complexes. If your company requires the ultimate video surveillance server and forensic storage protection at competitive prices, please contact the Rasilient sales team at sales@rasilient.com.

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