Automated Exit Lane Breach Control – Reducing Error and Increasing Value
Before making any modifications to or investing in something as crucial as airport security, it’s important to know what the results will be and what kind of return you can expect on your investment. Automated Exit Lane Breach Control (ELBC) from dormakaba is the modern alternative to security guards for controlling passenger flow from the air to the landside of airport terminals that can save you time and money.
ELBC vs. Traditional Security Guards
Automated Exit Lane Breach Control offers airports the convenience of being operational 24/7 without the expense of overtime, worries of staff calling in sick, or the factor of human error that can come from shift changes and various distractions.
Depending on the number of lanes, the size of the airport and its specific security needs, a return on investment can be achieved in as little as 18 months. This is assuming the cost to staff an exit lane, when you add up salary, benefits, etc., is approximately $150,000/year. Also, ELBC’s low-energy drive minimizes energy consumption for even greater savings.
Most important, it works. ELBC from dormakaba combines advanced 3D imaging, stereo sensors, configurable security zones, and 37 inputs/outputs to provide security that is dependable, intuitive, and easy to integrate. To learn more about Automated Exit Lane Breach Control from dormakaba, click here.