Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas, is being showcased today (May 18) to a delegation of airport executives from Latin America. Sponsored by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and managed by the American Association of Airport Executives, the Dallas Love Field airport tour will provide delegates with the opportunity to learn about successful airport modernization projects, including the development of advanced safety and security procedures and environmental standards as well as upgrades to airport ground services and maintenance practices.

 “We are pleased to host this group of senior airport executives and show them the benefits of our advanced Security Operations Center that features the Avigilon Control Center Network Video Management software,” said Diego Rincon, assistant director of aviation with the City of Dallas, Department of Aviation.

The Love Field Modernization Program (LFMP) will renovate and expand Dallas Love Field airport, creating a cohesive, modern facility that will serve the needs of Dallas citizens and travelers for many years to come. The LFMP renovations include a new centralized concourse with 20 gates, a remodeled lobby, expanded baggage claim area, and a new ticketing wing.

The modernization program also includes the installation of a new state-of-the-art HD surveillance system. The first phase of the Modernization Program included the replacement of two existing surveillance systems, the installation of encoders to leverage the airport’s existing 80 analog cameras, and the addition of more than 40 megapixel HD cameras. Future phases will replace all analog cameras with new megapixel cameras, add hundreds of new megapixel cameras, and eliminate the two remaining separate surveillance systems.