Tokyo International AirportSince the opening of its second terminal building, increased traffic has made Tokyo International Airport (also known as "Haneda Airport"), Tokyo's gateway to the sky, even more convenient. Here, TOA's "Passenger Announcement System" provides travelers with flight status information, by automatically broadcasting pre-recorded messages using the voice file unit or by broadcasting flight information over the intercom system in real-time. The facility's "sound matrix" allows relevant information to be broadcast in the specific areas where it is needed. Further, announcements made from the traveler service center in Terminal One can also be distributed via the IP network for remote broadcast in Terminal Two. Combining information and communication technologies in this way helps ensure the smooth, effective conveyance of important messages. Further, in the event of fire or other disaster, a TOA public address system swings into action, immediately switching to the Emergency Broadcast System to offer information needed to help ensure the safety of travelers, airport employees, and others. Through such systems,TOA supports an environment that helps people use the airport facilities smoothly and with greater reassurance and peace of mind.
Narita International AirportThe renovated north wing of Narita Airport's original Passenger Terminal 1 and a new extension to its central building were recently opened with more spacious and colorful service facilities and shopping areas. TOA supplied the airport's advanced, high-tech information system, which features nearly 5,000 speakers discreetly integrated into the surrounding décor. An automatic control system assures swift and accurate broadcast of boarding announcements and other information to optimize airport efficiency and ensure safer, more comfortable and more convenient travel.
Kansai International AirportTOA's technology plays a vital role at Osaka's busy Kansai International Airport, the main gateway to Western Japan. Tree-type speakers are installed in close proximity to passengers and an automatic volume/tone control system instantly detects changes in noise levels to maintain broadcasts at an easily heard volume throughout the facility.
Kasai Station Underground Bicycle Parking Lot, Edogawa Ward, TokyoJapan’s largest underground bicycle park was constructed as part of an overall bicycle control program aimed at both promoting the use of bicycles and eradicating parked and abandoned bicycles obstructing the city’s pedestrian areas. TOA’s Emergency Public Address system combines with its Surveillance Camera system to play a vital role in ensuring the safety and peace-of-mind of all those who use this large-scale bicycle parking lot.
Seoul SubwayTOA plays an important part in the safety and security of approximately 90 subway stations in the South Korean capital. Images from our cameras are transmitted from each station to a central control room to check passenger flow and prevent crime on subway platforms, thereby maintaining the safety of Seoul's citizens.