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  • DO-230J - Standards for Airport Security Access Control Systems
  • These guidelines and standards are not regulatory in nature but represent the industry’s derived consensus on standards and provisions to be met in achieving consistency and interoperability in an airport access control environment. This updated document incorporates the latest technological advances with substantive changes in the biometrics, communications, credentialing, physical access control system, and video surveillance sections and minor changes throughout other sections of the document. Advances in Biometrics technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), neural networks, and facial recognition have been included in the biometrics section including international plans and references. The physical access control section was updated to add suggested guidance on how to address the issue of general aviation (GA) pilots at commercial airports and the credentialing process for unescorted access.
  • DO-230J-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-224
  • 12/31/2019