Science Applications International Corp. has started to develop and install a command and control platform for Denver International Airport to collect and exchange data, connect organizations and to manage events.
The three-phase, $4.5 million project also includes a technology software platform intended for the airport to manage systems and applications in a single interface and to respond to emergencies and other incidents, SAIC said Monday.
Phase one will have SAIC engineer, implement and integrate the airport’s security systems such as the access control system andvideo surveillance system.
SAIC will install additional systems, applications and other technologies in future phases as the company aims to provide DIA a single integrated airport management system.
“DIA’s IAMS will be the nation’s second system to be implemented at a major U.S. airport,” said Mark Denari, an SAIC project manager.
The airport intends to use the system to manage video surveillance, reference geospatial information through a geographical information system and gain continuity through programmed procedures and plans.