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Monitoring Airport Security Operations with Canvas & Elasticsearch

At Crimson Macaw, we recently took on an interesting project with Manchester Airport Group (MAG). We were to create and implement real-time dashboards for Airport Security Operations at Stansted Airport.  This would give the control room and security staff a better view of the passenger flow and security performance, allowing them to quickly make decisions based on real-time data. Data needed to be ingested from a number of on-premises systems and external data sources and then visualised on a number of large screens. 

Read the article over at elastic here.

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