New Integrated, Automated Identity Management System Keeps Up With This Growing South Carolina Gateway
Posted: October 4, 2021 at 7:17 p.m. EDT|Update: 1 hour ago
NEW ORLEANS, October 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Located in a rapidly growing area, with multiple carriers, expanding cargo operations, and an adjacent military base, the future of Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) seemed limitless with one exception . Its old identity management system couldn’t keep pace. That’s when CAE turned to Civix and its Airport Secure Credentials Express (ASCX) solution.
ASCX is a hardware and software solution that consolidates all identity management information into a single view, handling background checks, biometrics, badges, continuous verification and auditing, all in one configurable, ready-to-go package. employment. CAE now has two kiosks at the airport where staff can receive, update and verify credentials, as well as complete recurrent training and regulatory requirements.
Civix’s team of aviation experts created ASCX to anticipate airport-specific accreditation needs for all sizes of operations. The result is an airport-focused application that offers the highest levels of efficiency and speed and eliminates human errors in the accreditation process.
“Like many airports, Columbia the badge system was obsolete. Now everything is centralized and streamlined, from the initial badge to mandatory training and background checks, ”said Tobie Curry, Civix product manager and ASCX expert. “It’s huge when you consider Colombia manages more than 1,100 badges and more than 140 companies work there. “
ASCX automatically integrates background checks via TelosID as well as electronic training based on the icons or “approvals” appearing on each individual’s badge. The system will automatically suspend a badge if a training has expired, and it sends notifications.
“Training updates, documentation, background checks, everything is now streamlined and managed seamlessly through a comprehensive system. It’s a huge step forward for Colombia and we are proud to have contributed to its realization, ”he said.
When integrated with an airport’s designated Aviation Pipeline (DAC), Learning System (iLS), Access Control System, and other critical integration points, ASCX automates and streamlines the whole process. It alleviates the burden of the badge office and facilitates self-service for badge applicants, badge holders and authorized signatories. The result is a more efficient airport and a more accurate data collection effort, helping airports do more with less.
“The airport has reduced its badge processing time by almost 70%,” continued Curry. “Kiosks allow self-service, and because they’re integrated and automated, it speeds up the process for everyone involved. “
ASCX integrates with the airport access control system, communicating predefined access per individual based on their role, business and work. Within two minutes of printing, verified people can use their badges to open secure doors.
“One of the biggest advantages is that trusted agents can focus on airport security and less on the administrative tasks that are performed by the requester using kiosk automation,” he said. declared.
Civix’s biometric and accreditation solutions are highly configurable and designed to work with all sizes of operations – from the Department of Homeland Security, the Alaska Department of Transportation, and individual airports like CAE.
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Recognized as one of the leading providers of government software and services in the United States, Civix’s mission is to transform the public sector. The Civix Airport business unit serves the Federal Aviation Administration, state aviation departments, and airports around the world, providing connected software through the Civix Airport Management Platform (formerly known as the AirportIQ suite) aimed at improving airport operations, safety and compliance.
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