Thursday, February 5, 2015

Airport eyes security improvements

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- The city is considering beefing up security at Pensacola International Airport with a high-tech electronic system that will cost $533,000 to install. The system will use cameras and motion detection software to stop people from entering the concourse area through the exit lane, which could allow passengers to bypass security. A visible or audible warning will alert airport personnel and automatically close doors to prevent access to the concourse area if someone enters the area through the exit lane. (Source: Pensacola News Journal, 02/04/15)