Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports
Access control automation system
Rome's airport system includes "Leonardo da Vinci" hub in Fiumicino and "G.B. Pastine" hub in Ciampino. Rome Fiumicino airport, inaugurated in 1961, is the main Italian hub for international and intercontinental scheduled and charter traffic, an ever-developing structure, adapting to the mobility increase. Located 32 km away from Rome’s city center, in the municipality of Fiumicino, it counts over 43 million passengers every year. Rome Ciampino airport, just 15 km away from the capital’s city center, is mainly dedicated to point to point passenger traffic, private and state air travel, humanitarian and military flights. In 2019 it served a total of about 6 million passengers.
For the ambitious project of integrated parking management serving Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino airports, the company ParkIt, in charge of the work, selected Nice systems for access control automation.
The project consists in the automated management of 52 parking areas for a total of 22,000 parking spaces, accessible through 190 entrance and exit gates equipped with license plate reading system. To date, it is one of the largest centralized parking infrastructures in Europe, for which Nice provided 552 applications including NiceBar barriers and photocells, with customized layout according to the customer’s needs, proving itself as a reference partner able to offer reliable and performing solutions in high transit contexts.
The NiceBar range is the ideal solution for the control of road access in parking areas, in private and shared passages, even with high traffic intensity; moreover, it can be customized to meet specific needs. Reliability and high performance lasting over time, essential and elegant design coming with careful research in materials, make Nice solutions the ultimate choice in terms security and comfort, in any context.