ATLANTA – As travelers flock to the airport, the managers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport discuss the security upgrades that will be made to the facility.
These improvements include several hundred new high-tech cameras that rotate 360 degrees.
And a monitor can quickly rewind the footage to see what might have happened immediately.
“We now have more than 3,000 cameras covering the entire airport,” said Balram Bheodari, the general manager.
In addition to other monitoring tools, the staff made a change to a door that Bheodari told members about Atlanta City Council was vulnerable.
The door is on the south side of the terminal near the …