Airport Security 2013
Organization: International Airport Review
Venue: Prague Václav Havel Airport
|Event Date/Time: Sep 17, 2013 / 8:45 am - (GMT +1:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Sep 18, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +1:00 hours)|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 14, 2013|
Airport security represents the number one operating cost within the airport industry, and yet new security requirements can appear often without warning and on top of other onerous and uncoordinated regulations.
The challenges airports face represent a potential compromise to the free flow of passenger and vehicle traffic in an environment that relies upon 24 hour synchronised movements. Delays and shutdowns in airports translate into millions in lost revenues for airlines, operators and all of the businesses supporting them.
International Airport Review’s inaugural two day conference will bring together Heads of Security from major global airports, to discuss the impact of the most recent changes in regulations as well as showcasing what they are doing to implement leaner, state of art systems that not only enhance passenger security but also improve customer satisfaction.
- Working Towards a Risk Based Approach to Airport Security
- Latest Innovations in Passenger Screening
- Improving the Passenger Experience of Security and Border Control
- Cutting Edge Technology – The Advanced Role of Video Analytics, CCTV Cameras, and Biometric Access Control Systems
- Addressing the Growing Threat of Cyber Security
- Countering Terrorism: Addressing the Latest Threats
- Ensuring that Business Continuity and Crisis Plans are Robust
- The Latest Innovations in Cargo Screening
- Enhancing Perimeter Security
- Lags: Does it make for Better Security?
- Regulation and Latest Policy Updates
- Checkpoint of the Future