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Discover some of dormakaba’s solutions in real life success stories. Learn how our exit lane breach control system makes life for your passengers smart and secure. As you read these stories you may become inspired by the potential security, aesthetic and functional improvements that dormakaba can bring to your project.

McCarran International Airport

As part of the new state-of-the-art multi-billion dollar Terminal 3 (T3), which opened June 27, 2012 at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, NV dormakaba installed a total of 4 exit lanes. 3 on the lower level and 1 on the upper level.

InterContinental Minneapolis - St. Paul Airport

To offer a secure transition from the airport terminal to the on-site InterContinental hotel, arriving passengers can use the dormakaba exit lane to enter the hotel directly from the terminal.

Tulsa International Airport

In early 2017, Tulsa installed 2 lanes in Concourse B and in 2018 they installed 2 additional lanes in Concourse A.
The old system only allowed two passengers to exit about every five seconds, which equated to about 1,440 passengers per hour, the new double-lane doors accommodate approximately 7,200 passengers per hour.

Hollywood International Airport

Fort Lauderdale
T1 terminal - 2 sets of triple lanes, 3 full height doors and 1 half-height gate

Portland International Airport

Main terminal - 2 sets of triple lanes, 2 full height doors and 1 half-height gate

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway

Main terminal - Double lane, 3 full height doors and 1 half-height gate
architects
Architects

Improving passenger processes

dormakaba developed the one-way exit corridor to guide the flow of arriving passengers at the air terminal. It allows for fast and safe passage from the air side to the land side.

This modular system is equipped with a series of motion presence and video analytic sensors that are designed to detect unattended objects left within or passed through the corridor area. As passengers exit through the corridor, full-height and half-height double swing doors automatically open and close based upon a programmed flow or interlock mode.

Combined, the physical barrier and advanced sensor technology provide a secure detection and entry prevention solution without the need of a guard.

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Customizable configuration
  • High throughput
  • Safety sensors prevent unintentional contact with the moving door panels
  • Modular construction supports a multi-lane configuration


Downloads:

- Airport Terminal Solutions ↗

- ELBC Spec Sheet ↗

- dormakaba Automated Exit Lane Specification ↗

Podcasts

How an airport benefits from ELBC

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Bill Seibert, Business Development Manager for Airport Solutions, dormakaba USA, Inc. offers insight into how an airport benefits from Automated Exit Lane Breach Control (ELBC)

Airport benefits from ELBC​​​ from an Operations Director

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Margi EvanSon, Security, Operations & Maintenance Director, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport offers insight into how an airport benefits from Automated Exit Lane Breach Control (ELBC)​​​​​​​

Architect’s perspective of designing and implementing an ELBC

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Brad Sucher, Senior Architect at Gresham Smith shares the architect’s perspective of designing and implementing Automated Exit Lane Breach Control (ELBC)​​​​​​​

ANSI Safety Standards and how they effect automatic door operator selection

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Paul Durgin, Senior Technical Specialist, dormakaba USA, Inc. provides insight on ANSI Safety Standards and how they effect automatic door operator selection.

How to select the right operator for your needs

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Tom Chaney, Lead Product Manager Entrance Systems, dormakaba USA, Inc. discusses how to select the right operator for your needs.

Why architects choose Crane revolving doors

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Randy Chapel, Director of Specifications and Material Research at Goettsch Partners shares why architects choose revolving doors and Crane revolving doors in particular.
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