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Boarding Route Management in Security Center

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Many airports are now implementing a common-use strategy, allowing multiple airlines the ability to share the same gates and equipment. This helps alleviate the challenges of limited resources and real estate capacity, caused by an increasing number of aircraft rotations per day. Leveraging the Genetecâ„¢ Security Center unified platform, the BRM system enables airports to re-think gate usage by having both domestic and international flights share the same infrastructure. This increases an airport's capacity to accommodate new flights and airlines, which improves aircraft rotations, enhances an airport's branding, and its revenue potential. Unified airport operations Security Center BRM provides airports with the tools required to proactively manage boarding and deplaning procedures. Through effective control and monitoring of all gate and operator activities, door events & status, as well as other relevant data, the airport benefits from a more complete and secured gate management system. While the Boarding Route Management system effectively segregates arriving and departing passengers, it also enhances airport safety by establishing predetermined procedures for system operators to follow. This helps reduce their workload and the potential for critical errors. When boarding and deplaning procedures are automated, this results in reinforced border control and the ability to quickly identify any system anomalies. By reducing the operational impact of possible human errors, costly airport shut downs and service disruptions can also be avoided.

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