Airports are thriving communities, consisting of thousands of workers and passengers with a wide array of network demands. A network infrastructure must serve the very different needs of airport administrators, airlines, retail and services tenants, baggage operators, air traffic control, police, passengers and government authorities.
Airports are also very dynamic environments, and the need for flexibility and planning for future contingencies is essential. To avoid disruption, airport operators require an ICT cabling infrastructure that is 'fit once' and capable of supporting multiple generations of tech upgrades.
Leviton fiber and copper systems have been installed in mission critical airports networks around the world, with robust and reliable cable and connectivity that can scale as the networks grow and evolve.