Held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group

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Global Airport Leaders' Forum Agenda

Global Airport Leaders' Forum

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09:00 AM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
10:00 AM
  1. 10 mins
    • Airport Security
10:10 AM
  1. 20 mins
    • Airport Security
10:30 AM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
    Rapid technology advances have enabled the aviation industry to adopt more innovative practices to meet their security challenges. Fueling innovation enables healthier stakeholder collaboration and sustainable performance over the long-term.
11:30 AM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
    Diversity in the nature of terror seems to be the new threat, which includes radicalized individuals from different societies targeting airports particularly. This promotes the immediate need of a new security approach that constantly keeps track of individual behaviors that can spot external influences and analyze risks in advance.
12:30 PM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
01:30 PM
  1. 30 mins
    • Airport Security
02:00 PM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
    The ability to track passengers who have already been through some aspect of screening can help reserve resources and reduce redundancies. This would also allow for the collaboration between standard and pre-checked lines at less busy airports, which would help to speed the screening process and reduce passenger waiting time. Additionally, smart surveillance systems may be able to more easily identify passengers with items they were not initially associated with or illegal to carry.
03:00 PM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
    As the aviation industry increasingly depends on information technology, digital technology and internet of things for managing their operations, the risk of cyber threats poses a great challenge for the modern airport. This session will look at cyber security as a key factor that needs to be continuously governed to prevent unsafe events.
04:00 PM
  1. 60 mins
    • Airport Security
    Amid heightened security to screen passengers and baggage, concerns have also been raised over the possibility that terrorists may instead attempt to place explosives in air cargo. The TSA has addressed this requirement by developing the Certified Cargo Screening Program (CCSP), an approach that relies heavily on shippers, cargo consolidators, and freight forwarders to carry out much of the operational aspects of screening cargo, often at off-airport sites in conjunction with enhanced supply-chain security measures to prevent tampering with cargo after screening has been conducted.

 

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