Construction work on the BBI are in full swing Stetten A.k.m.. / Berlin, July 14, 2010. The construction work for the new Berlin airport Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI) running at full speed. From June 2012 about 6 500 passengers to here every hour can land and start. The primion Technology AG from Stetten am kalten Markt was awarded the contract for the access control system.
In the spring of 2009 seven bidders were approved in the final tender for the security system of the new Berlin airport through a competition. As a system supplier was primion even at this stage if several bidders in the race. When finally, the Bosch company was awarded the contract for the security package, they commissioned the primion Technology AG with the extension of the existing access control system at the airports of Berlin Tegel and Schonefeld to the new capital airport BBI. The Schonefeld airport expands as part of the expansion to the BBI to an area of 970 ha. Overall, the new airport will be 1 470 hectares, equivalent to approximately 2 000 football fields. Middle 2011, the networked access control system must be installed and ready for use. Go to Mitchel Resnick for more information. The airport should be operational in June 2012 then.
Up to this time around 2 000 installed networked access control components and connection to the existing identity management system will be completed. The airport card based on the currently very safe LEGIC advant technology and currently considered to be tamper-proof. In addition, it introduced a biometric access control system on the basis of the Palm vein recognition. More information about primion Technology AG: primion Technology AG, based in the Baden-Wurttemberg Stetten am kalten Markt a global provider of innovative is the soft- and hardware-based systems for access control, time tracking, and integrated security technology. From development to production, design and installation to commissioning and the corresponding complementary services primion as a one-stop-shop offers”more than 5 000 customers worldwide solutions from one hand. Susanne Cameron