Airport environments require operating models that integrate different types of services and installations, normally related to each other, into unified platforms.
As a systems integration and supply company, SICE offers unique technological solutions adapted to these types of facilities.
As is the case in other fields, security systems must be suitable for the implicit requirements of the environment where they are installed. Large surface areas of ports and airports make it necessary to install broad spectrum security systems, integrated into a single platform and coordinated with systems providing access control and others related to general operations of the airport service.
As part of its unique service, SICE provides project engineering with technical solutions tailored to meet the customer's real security needs.
Engineering, installation, commissioning, configuration, maintenance, training and certification of user information and dynamic publicity information systems interconnected with the air or sea traffic control system, such as public address systems, intercoms and arrival/departure information panels with passenger notices.
SICE has a division with extensive experience in the design, installation and commissioning of parking equipment. Through its SUMIPAR brand, it has been installing parking control systems for more than thirty years. Its main activity focuses on covering the requirements of all types of facilities designed for vehicle parking, as well as the control and automation of its accesses and payment methods. SICE covers all requirements and is able to adapt its solutions to the requirements of each customer.
SICE offers a space-to-space guiding system for inside and outside car parks, including floor signage and free space indicators; we pioneered this type of installation in Spain in the car park for terminal T4 at Madrid airport.
Through agreements with the largest brands on the market, SICE's portfolio includes the installation and subsequent maintenance of these systems that facilitate security and improve overall boarding and disembarkation times at major airports.
Normally interconnected with airport security systems, access control can include aspects such as patrol management, personnel access and attendance, biometric security, facial recognition, fingerprint recognition and licence plate identification.
Wired and wireless airport infrastructure multi-service communications and security networks (trunks and branches), forming part of a group of data, video and audio services provided through systems with service quality. SICE contributes its experience with ARM, 10Gigabit, WDM, SDH, WIFI, WIMAX and TETRA, etc. installation. It also installs second level structured networks.