Day 2 of the ICAO Global Aviation Security Symposium 2021 (AVSEC2021) - "Business NOT as usual."
1. Session 3 - Preparedness: Lessons Learned for Resilient Aviation Security: During 2020 and 2021, the aviation community had to learn how to adapt with reduced resources and ever-changing circumstances and constraints, leveraging available means and capabilities. At the same time, organizations have had to establish or update emergency response plans to effectively respond to the current pandemic crisis and be proactively prepared for future emergencies. Crisis management has become a priority for the aviation industry. This session will look into how lessons learned can translate into innovative, re-shaped crisis management and response approaches and procedures. The moderator for this session is Mr. Bernard Lim, Senior Director, International Relations and Security, Ministry of Transport, Singapore with panellists Ms. Althea Bartley, Manager, Aviation Security and Facilitation, Civil Aviation Authority, Jamaica; Mr. Andy Blackwell, Consultancy Practice Director, 3DAssurance; Ms. Nathalie Herbelles, Senior Director, Security and Facilitation, Airports Council International (ACI) World; Ms. Beatrice Lim, Director, Industry and Regulatory Affairs, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA); Mr. Howard Stone, Vice President Global Programs, UPS Corporate Aviation Security; and Mr. John Wood, Consultancy Practice Director, 3DAssurance.
2. Skytalk by Astrophysics
3. Skytalk by Nuctech
4. Session 4 - Aviation Security With an Eye in the Future: Technological developments of the past decades have been transformational, confirming that innovative solutions hold tremendous promise to improving the way aviation security operates, where the combination of big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence may eventually replace humans in multiple tasks. This session builds upon previous sessions with regard to how technology and innovation play a vital role in airport security today – and how they can reshape aviation security of the future. The panellists will look at opportunities and challenges presented by these advancements in terms of any potential unintended consequences. The moderator for this session is Ms. Christine Bradley, Chief of Section, Countering Terrorist Travel, Special Projects and Innovation Branch, United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) with panellists Ms. Nina Brooks, Vice President and Permanent Representative to ICAO, International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations (ICCAIA); Mr. Yuri Fattah, Programme Manager (Multi-Disciplinary Priorities), Air Navigation Bureau, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); Mr. Matt Gilkeson, Director, Innovation Task Force, Transportation Security Administration, United States; and Mr. Joe Mariani, Senior Research Manager, Deloitte Services LP.