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DO-230H - Electronic

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  • DO-230H - Standards for Airport Security Access Control Systems
  • The document provides guidance on acquiring and designing airport security access control systems, testing and evaluating system performance, and operational requirements. It should be emphasized that 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 in security access control systems and identity management technologies, including smart cards and biometrics. The nature of the changes in available technology, and the need to enhance sections pertaining to perimeter security, security operation support, and identity management requirements, has led to a few changes in this document. Specifically updated are the following sections. • Introduction and Overview • Credentialing • Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) • Video Surveillance Systems • Communications Infrastructure Following the approach adopted in previous versions of DO-230, and recognizing that both technology and regulation proceed apace and await no man, it was decided that a strict adherence to what was required by the regulations at the date of issue was pointless as it would be quickly obsolete. This RTCA DO-230H document contains forward-thinking references to technology, processes and guidance which continue to evolve. Where applicable, the Committee has made these references in the interest of providing a complete picture of the possible direction of a standard and/or technology. An example of this is the evolution of cloud computing and the ongoing development of standards by various professional, academic and standards organizations.
  • DO-230H-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-224
  • 12/19/2017