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Security information video for Amtrak

AAAE : 18 August, 2008  (Application Story)
US rail operator operates PASS system from AAAE to inform boarding passengers of baggage screening and dog patrols
Amtrak has chosen AAAE's PASS system to help communicate key security information to passengers as they board trains.

Amtrak's PASS system shows a 1-minute, 40-second video that explains security measures, including random baggage screening and K-9 patrol units, recently implemented by the intercity passenger rail service provider. The videos are shown on large, high-definition video screens placed in Amtrak station gate areas. The initial Amtrak PASS systems are installed in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station.

AAAE's ANTN multimedia division worked with Amtrak to develop and produce the video. The Amtrak PASS project marked several firsts for ANTN. It is the first video project done in high-definition, and the first PASS system produced for a non-airport environment.

Introduced in 2003 at the request of airports seeking to make passenger checkpoints more efficient, PASS - short for Passenger Advisory at Security Screening - is a customized video system that explains procedures that passengers need to follow to get through security checkpoints. The systems are developed with input from the customer and tailored to the customer's specific environment. Eleven airports have ordered PASS.

Airports running the system include Boston Logan International, Ronald Reagan Washington National, Salt Lake City International and Washington Dulles International.

PASS is part of a family of multimedia training and communications products that AAAE offers the airport community. AAAE's customized Interactive Employee Training (IET) product is installed at more than 80 airports and has recorded more than 1 million training sessions on a wide range of key topics, including airfield driver training, security procedures and customer service. ANTN Digicast is a Web-based training service that offers more than 200 airports 24/7 access to some 700 training videos and airport-specific programming. AAAE also has teamed up with the Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Working Group on a Web-based, interactive training series for the aircraft rescue and firefighting community.
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