References

Mise en sécurité de la Promenade des Anglais - Nice

Nice, France

Nice

 

Mise en sécurité de la première tranche de la Promenade des Anglais, tronçon Gambetta / Ponchette.

La Métropole de Nice Côte d’Azur a décidé d'améliorer la sécurisation de la promenade des Anglais avec une première phase de travaux entre Gambetta et Ponchette. Les bornes escamotables anti-intrusions ONE40EVO ont été installées au niveau des zones d’entrée pour les services avec un système de contrôle d’accès. Les bornes fixes et amovibles ont notamment été installées au niveau des passages piétons afin de les sécuriser.

Bornes de Haute Sécurité ONE40EVO certifiées, selon les derniers référentiels internationaux IWA14-1:2013 et PAS68:2013, et capables de résister à l’impact d’un camion de 7 500kg lancé à 64km/h (19 bornes escamotables, 32 bornes amovibles et 190 bornes fixes). L’installation est complétée par 12 bornes de contrôle d’accès G6EVO et 12 contrôleurs de gestion CITY6.

 

Panama Canal (Miraflores Lock)

Panama

Panama project

 

High-security access control for the protection of vehicle access gates at the extremely sensitive site of the Panama Canal (Miraflores Lock).

To ensure maximum site protection it was necessary to find a solution that would fully  secure the access gates located at critical points around  the lock. Given the particular national and international significance of the security challenge, the contracting party needed a 100% guarantee that whatever system was adopted would meet stringent international regulatory standards.

The solution entailed the installation of new ASTM-F2656-certified ONE50 high-security bollards, equivalent to the DOS and PAS68 types, for the secure and automatic protection of the access areas. The safety of ONE50 bollard has been proofed through crash test. In one, a vehicle weighing 6.8 tons was driven into a bollard at a speed of 80 kms an hour. While the bollard stopped the vehicle dead and the impact destroyed it, the bollard itself required no more repair than a new cover. The bollards are also equipped with a colour LED system for visibility at night.

 

EXPO 2015

Milan, Italy

EXPO Milano

 

In a technology partnership with Expo Milano 2015, CAME developed an innovative access control system that succeeded in managing the enormous pedestrian and vehicular flows through the parking areas and the exhibition halls themselves generated by the more than 21 million visitors to the international fair.

Expo Milano 2015 had been looking for a system that could reconcile the need for the high security that the event demanded with the need to maintain speed and fluidity in the management of  the entrance and exit of a huge crowd numbering 250,000 people a day. The system also had to be amenable to the centralized management and oversight of all operations across the more than 1.100.000 square meters of the exhibition site by the authorities in charge of security, which was done through an operations center.

CAME designed and developed an entire system that was custom built to satisfy all the demands of the client. It included features such as smart turnstiles to direct the flow of visitors and automatic barriers protecting the checkpoints for the control of vehicular traffic. The turnstiles, which were nominated for the prestigious Compasso d’Oro Award (for innovation), were specifically designed to enhance communication with visitors and reduce waiting times to a minimum. Particular attention was dedicated to the building of twenty special turnstiles for disabled access. The access control system comprised automated sliding gates, road barriers and bollards with removable covers to allow them to be customized to changing needs.

The perimeter entrances to the exhibition site consisted of: 230 XVIA turnstiles capable of scanning paper tickets and QR codes and of reading the signals from RFID and NFC devices; 22 AXO automatic sliding gates; 23 automatic GARD8 EZ road booms; and 40 G6 EVO bollards. The integrated access control system could be operated from 70 handheld devices.

 

Mise en sécurité d’un poste frontière

Polowce, Pologne

Pologne

 

Poste frontière entre la Pologne et la Biélorussie.

Mise en sécurité du poste frontière de Polowce afin de réguler et sécuriser les flux de véhicules qui transitent entre les deux pays. Le poste frontière de Polowce est composé de 4 accès routiers sur lesquels sont installés 5 bornes Haute Sécurité, soit au total 20 bornes Haute Sécurité mesurant chacune 1 mètre de hauteur hors sol. La Pologne compte la frontière extérieure Schengen la plus longue avec près de 1200 kilomètres. Situés à la frontière biélorusse, Siemianówka et Polowce, deux points de passage d’importance stratégique, ne satisfont pas aux exigences Schengen, notamment en ce qui concerne les opérations de contrôle à la frontière extérieure de l’espace Schengen.

4 accès de 5 bornes escamotable haute sécurité ONE30, capables de résister à l’impact d’un camion de 7 500kg lancé à 48km/h. Les bornes sont équipées d’un groupe hydraulique avec option de remontée d’urgence en 1,5 seconde.