I was surprised this month when not one but two international airports signed up for Visitor Management and Visitor, Contractor Management. Our customer base over the past 6 years has become very diverse from schools and white collar offices to manufacturing facilities and construction sites, Fortune 500 companies to companies most people have never heard of.
To then have not one but 2 international airlines make inquiries was surprising. Each airline had different needs showing how two companies in exactly the same industry can require a very different solution.
Tampa International Airport – Florida USA required a simple Visitor Management with SMS and email alert on arrival of a visitor to the host. You can see on the front page of the companies website details on a major construction project underway….Tampa International Airport is preparing for one of the biggest construction projects in airport history: A new Consolidated Rental Car Facility and Automated People Mover. The project is part of phase one of the Master Plan and will create 8,000 jobs in the Tampa Bay area between 2014-2017
Tampa International Airport went directly to a 30 day trial. You can try Visitor Management for free through the link below.
Darwin International Airport – Sydney Australia had requirements for Visitor, Contractor and Induction Management. Like Tampa International Airport Darwin International Airport is going through substantial construction upgrades to the airport. Krystal was not just looking to manage visitors on and off location but also needed to manage contractors licenses, insurances and more including contractor inductions. Having the ability to challenge a contractor on the spot with a hand held device was also appealing, immediately alerting the security team to potential expired inductions, licenses and general non compliance by a contractor
Krystal also needed several industrial style contractor management kiosks to be installed through out the airport for ease of access to contractors and management of contractors across multiple zones.
Darwin International Airport completed a series of demonstrations before committing to Visitor, Contractor and Induction Management. You can book a Visitor, Contractor and Induction Management Demonstration below.
I have just read today and added to this blog that Airport Security Market & Marine Port Security Market Worth $36.99 Billion by 2018 – Report by MarketsandMarkets
The report goes on to say “Airport & Marine Port Security Market [Access Control, Video Surveillance, Screening & Scanning, Asset and Visitor Management, Perimeter Intrusion Detection, Network Security] – Worldwide Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 – 2018)” defines and segments the port security market into various sub segments with in-depth analysis and forecasting of revenues. It also identifies drivers and restraints for this market with insights on trends, opportunities, and challenges.
The report consists of the opportunity analysis of various types of port security solutions such as access control, video surveillance and analytics, screening and scanning, weapons, drugs, and explosive detection, asset and visitor management, perimeter intrusion detection, fire protection, network and cyber security, and others. The report analyzes market sizes and revenue forecasts across different regions such as North America (NA), Europe (EU), Latin America (LA), Asia Pacific (APAC), and Middle East and Africa (MEA).
There has been huge investment for the construction of new airports worldwide; with special focus in Asia Pacific (APAC). According to the data by CAPA Center of Aviation, this year’s capital expenditure for the construction of new airports worldwide amounts to $320 billion till September, 2013
In terms of regions, North American market is expected to project the largest market opportunity for port security systems and solutions, at an estimated market share of 30.67% of the overall market. North America (NA) and Europe (EU) together are estimated to account for 56.47% of the global market in 2013. Asia Pacific (APAC) is expected to exhibit the highest growth rate in the port security market size out of the various regional markets.