Miami International Airport begins operational use of GateKeeper Commercial Vehicle Management Software

MINNEAPOLIS, June 1, 2014GateKeeper Systems, Inc., a leader in commercial vehicle management and parking access control systems for airports, today announced that Miami International Airport has started use of GateKeeper’s Commercial Vehicle Management (CVM) software.

As part of an RFID-based ground transportation system, GateKeeper’s CVM software automates many of the manual operational and administrative processes required to provide transportation for passengers arriving and leaving an airport.

The new system includes the GateKeeper CVM software as well as the externally facing GateKeeper GSIVendor software for commercial operators. A critical element of the project for Miami International, currently the 11th busiest airport nationwide, is GateKeeper’s replacement of the airport’s existing aging and unsupported legacy software while the ground transportation system is in revenue service.

“We are happy to be able to provide MIA with a simple, low risk “migration path” to implement our industry leading CVM software without any loss of revenue” said Lynn Richardson, President of GateKeeper Systems.

GateKeeper Systems teamed with RFID tag and reader manufacturer TransCore to provide a complete, turn-key upgrade of the MIA ground transportation management system hardware and software.


About GateKeeper Systems

GateKeeper Systems has served the airport industry for more than 20 years and is recognized as a pioneer in developing and implementing integrated, real-time software for commercial vehicle management, parking access control and now software for airfield management. In 2015, the company launched its TNC-Ops™ software to give airports better accountability of TNC activity and payments. GateKeeper's turnkey systems significantly reduce congestion, dramatically increase security, creatively lower costs, and generate new sources of revenue. The company's innovative software products are installed in more than 90 airports worldwide.