Barriers ensure safe traffic flow at airport parking lots. With or without access control, the main objective is to open and close barriers quickly and safely. Laser scanner sensors offer a real alternative to induction loops because they prevent any contact of the boom with vehicles and pedestrians while the barrier is closing.
The growing trend of smart building increases the use of automated windows. These systems help optimise airport performance and functionality. Laser sensors ensure the full safety of users by avoiding any contact with the window when closing.
Whether single or double-wing swing doors, BEA sensors ensure the comfort and safety of people moving in, out, and through the airport. Our microwave sensors provide smooth and comfortable opening while our compact laser sensor ensures the safety of people. Moreover, the LZR®-FLATSCAN SW secures the hinge area, which is a true hygienic alternative to mechanical protection.
Revolving doors can be used as an airlock to improve an airport’s energy efficiency. The challenge is to enhance the availability of the door with the highest level of safety. According to EN 16005, the pinch zone requires a high level of safety for users, whatever the conditions (rain, snow, etc.). Independent from their environment, the LZR®-FLATSCAN REV PZ (Pinch Zone) and LZR®-FLATSCAN REV LZ (Leaf Zone) provide complete protection for users while ensuring the effective functioning of the door.
In airports, security checks are a mandatory step and face high traffic-flow challenges. In one-way traffic security systems, the aim is to fluently channel the flow of authorised people. Thanks to our unidirectional radar technology, the door opens smoothly while our active infrared safety sensors monitor the direction of travel and prevent access to unauthorised areas.
Sliding doors are used in areas with a lot of people passing through or staying close to the door. The side screen safety sensors protect users from any contact with the door leaves during opening.
In airports, the availability of the door is crucial. Unwanted door activations can have a negative impact on the energy performance of the airport. Unidirectional radar technology provides pertinent opening because the sensor ignores traffic moving away from the door, reduces hold-open time and saves energy.
Train door sensors generally have two purposes: to protect passengers and to optimise passenger flows. Our infrared sensors provide a high-precision, easy-to-install detection solution that covers large areas to prevent any unwanted contact between passengers and doors.
In airports, high speed doors are mainly used for storage areas where efficiency, safety and speed are essential. Industrial sensing solutions allow the door to open when necessary, protect valuable resources close to the door and the door itself, and ensure the safety of users in the threshold.
To optimise energy consumption, the escalator must work only when someone is approaching. By detecting motion towards the escalators, our radar sensors activate all types of escalators and its flush-mounted installation make it invisible.
BEA sensors are integrated into guidance systems in order to detect people and activate the opening of the system. In airports, our radar sensors activate the system at the right time for all users, even when pushing a trolley or carrying their luggage.
Laser scanner sensors for perimeter protection monitor areas inside or outside your building area. Their main purpose is to prevent intrusion or unlawful access to roofs, walls or windows.
Counting foot traffic helps airports to provide a positive passenger experience (ex: queue management in stores and security check, etc.). Based on laser technology, our people counting sensor accurately and anonymously counts people, even close to a door. It is independent of light conditions, which is a real alternative to camera-based people counters.
Due to immense passenger volume and rigid security standards, airports are faced with people-flow challenges, especially when people carry their luggage. Within this fast-paced environment, sensors are used to open only when needed, to control access and to ensure pedestrian safety.
Sensing solutions ensure the comfort and safety of people moving in, out, and through the airport according to the EN16005 safety standard.