Qognify unifies security systems at Oslo Airport

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Qognify, a provider of big data solutions for physical security and operations, has recently expanded its security solution at Oslo Airport in Norway with Situator, the company’s latest situation management solution. Thanks to Situator, the airport’s operator Avinor will now benefit from a unified security platform.

The Situator Situation Management solution integrates all existing systems, Qognify and third-party, including thousands of surveillance cameras, access control and other sensors. Situator structures and correlates the information from these different systems for greater situational awareness, incident management and effective response.

For example, Situator has been integrated with the airport’s advanced Flexigate access control system, and is able to override the switching of gates between Schengen and non-Schengen flights, as well as domestic flights if the control systems are out of operations.

Frode Igland, CEO of Racom, the company that helped install Qognify Situator, said, “Adding Qognify Situator to the security and operations program at Oslo Airport has enabled us to confidently build a true best-of-breed solution. The new capabilities provide a common operating picture for all stakeholders, improving security and operations.”

Moti Shabtai, CEO and president, Qognify, said, “Oslo Airport’s security program is one of the most advanced ones among the many airports we are involved in. Our partnership with Avinor and Racom is a testament to how deep, long-term collaboration can produce exceptional return on investment for the airport.”

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