Airport and Aviation Security Summit

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Feb 08, 2011 End Date/Time: Feb 09, 2011
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Description

A number of catalysts, including the long-term growth in tourism and the aviation sector, an expansion of the security regime to smaller industry participants, and more recent changes to legislation, and the introduction of 100 per cent checked baggage screening to a number of domestic and international airports makes Global Airport and Aviation Security a timely and current topic worldwide.

The summit will examine a range of issues including security screening, service delivery and performance, national consistency, passenger experience, human factors, screening point design, the regulatory environment and the role of various technologies in the screening process. With the annual number of global air passengers predicted to rise from an expected 5 billion in 2010 to more than 9 billion in 2025, aviation safety and security around the world is more than ever a global priority.

Post conference a.m. workshop on Planning Green for Airport Security

What will you learn on this workshop?
Program provides insight into cutting edge techniques for the design, development and implementation of an eco-friendly airport security system. Participants will explore the integration of solar, wireless, hydro-electric and alternative fuel sources to construct and maintain a stand alone, cost effective, efficient and reliable security network.

Workshop topics include
â–ª Innovative perimeter security
â–ª Systems design-drawing from new technologies
â–ª Alternative patrol and response vehicles
â–ª Understanding stand alone power units
â–ª Techniques for reducing daily emissions
â–ª Strategies for the management of personnel and operations
â–ª Developing your carbon budget: investment vs. returns
â–ª Hardware sourcing, construction and maintenance
â–ª Selling your ideas to management

Key speakers:
Andrew McClumpha, Booz
Philip Baum, Aviation Security International, Editor
Ben Swagerman, KLM Security Services, Senior Vice President
Laura Logan, Air Canada (subject to clearance), Director
Rafi Ron, NASS, CEO
Chris Garton, Dubai Airports, Vice President, Solutions
Dr. Uwe Weigmann, TSB Innovationsagentur Berlin GmBH, Project Leader

Dvir Rubinshtein, Ministry of Transport, Israel Aviation Security, Operation Centre Manager
more to be announced...
Key topics:
Hear the latest on streamlined effective cargo security
Learn about Countering air borne threats in the aviation industry
Hear the latest on the new biometric security technologies
Learn about the new international regulations and guidelines
Hear about how to bridge the gap between airports, airlines, authorities and law enforcement
Hear about next generation check in
Learn about the latest in check point design
Hear case studies from the world’s largest and most secure airports
Hear the latest on achieving national and international consistency
Learn about the latest in the various screening technologies
Who should attend:
Chief Security Officers (CSO), Chief, GM, VP, Directors, Heads, Managers of: Security, Airport Operations, Terminal, Health & Safety, Cargo, Dangerous goods, Chief Operating Officers (COO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Representatives form the Government and law enforcement agencies include: Ministries of Aviation, National and State Deputy Home Ministries, Defence Ministry Officials, Anti-Terror Squads, Director Generals, Senior management from Airport Authorities, Bureau of Civil Aviation Securities

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