14-17 MAY 2012 NEC BIRMINGHAM, UK
SECURITY MATTERS - FUTURE PROOFING THE AVIATION INDUSTRY As large expansive sites with numerous wide open spaces, airports are an ongoing challenge to not only police, but keep secure.
With large numbers of the population travelling in and out of an airport, high volumes of passenger luggage and easy access given to members of the public, airport security is constantly put through its paces. As a result, the aviation industry relies heavily on technology to support security professionals to ensure the security of their facility, the safety of the staff, flight crew and members of the public that utilise the airport services.
Taking place from 14 - 17 May 2012 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, IFSEC International (www.ifsec.co.uk
), the world’s leading annual security and fire event, will see approximately 700 exhibitors and more than 25,000 security professionals, including key representatives from the aviation sector, come together to discover the latest security innovations within the security and fire safety industry.
EDUCATING THE INDUSTRY In addition to the most expansive, innovative product offering, IFSEC International has invested heavily in its education programme this year. With three main education theatres (the Security Management Education Theatre, Next Generation CCTV & Surveillance Education Theatre and IFSEC International Centre Stage) the educational line-up is being tipped as IFSEC International’s most impressive offering yet. The Security Management Education Theatre will see a number of
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highly regarded industry experts come together to deliver a range of highly topical educational seminars including the session ‘Dealing with the Insider Threat’, which will be led by Martin Smith MBE, Chairman and Founder of the Security Company. The former Royal Air Force Officer, who was mainly assigned to counter-espionage and counter-terrorism duties throughout East and West Europe, will address the issue that the Mark 1 human being remains the greatest and continuing weakness in the entire protective regime. Focusing on three new/developing areas of security technology, CornerStone Directors, Mr Jon Roadnight and Mr Narinder Dio will deliver the session ‘How to ensure your security technology investment delivers the results you expect’, discussing the importance of clear operational requirements.
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ACCESS CONTROL INNOVATION Another great example of the innovations due to showcase at IFSEC International is the Access Control Product Area which will allow delegates to identify and compare a range of integrated access control systems, readers, controllers and software systems. Sponsored by access control experts ASSA Abloy, this product area will bring together many of the world’s leading companies including ievo, Gallagher, Kaba, TDSi, Paxton Access, Salto Systems and HID – all set to showcase the industry’s latest innovations.
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BORDER CONTROL AND PERIMETER PROTECTION Border and perimeter protection continues to be a key element of airport security and was highlighted significantly post September 11. Luton Airport, for example, has employed CCTV for both internal and perimeter security and to monitor the majority of the airport’s operations. Amongst the exhibitors demonstrating the latest perimeter protection systems, Barco (Hall 4, 4/E100), a world leader in professional display and visualisation solutions will be displaying the latest technologies to make surveillance centres more efficient and interoperable, whether for border control, critical infrastructure protection, crisis management or emergency operations, whilst RISCO Group UK (Hall 4, 4/D10) is set to demonstrate the latest in twin beam technology as it introduces a new range of wireless barrier beams which provide a warning of intrusion across property boundaries.
systems (Hall 4, 4/D160) will illustrate indoor and outdoor electronic perimeter intrusion detection systems.
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Although terrorists have climbed to the top of the agenda, migrants, smugglers and traffickers are also key concerns for the aviation sector. According to K. Jack Riley, Associate Director of RAND Infrastructure, Safety, and Environment, The RAND Corporation, a significant aspect of border security is preventing such people from entering the United States. “...Of the millions of foreigners who visit the United States each year, a few may intend to plan or facilitate terrorist attacks. They may travel with stolen or falsified passports, or they may enter the country using legitimate passports and visas and then not leave when required.” Whilst there has been a clear focus on intelligent security systems it is important not to forget the integral role physical security plays within the aviation sector alongside other security measures.
INTELLIGENT INTEGRATION “Integration is arguably the ‘truest’ way that a system works together. Often best understood in the context of PC software, an integrated solution is one that not only allows a series of products to talk to each other in their current state, but also provides backwards and forwards compatibility with future versions of each product,” said Jeremy Kimber, Commercial Operational Marketing Leader EMEA at Honeywell Security Group. Physical security is merging with electronic systems such as CCTV and access control to create safer environments and counter the imposing security threat.
Industry Association (BSIA), explains, “Despite recent advances in security technology, a physical security presence is essential to maintain order in airports and also to manage and act upon the intelligence gathered through CCTV and Access Control systems. The presence of uniformed security guards at access points with regular security patrols of buildings and the perimeter areas can help to enhance a feeling of security for passengers. “Airports combining CCTV with Access Control and physical security
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measures such as fencing, bollards, doors and locks, supported by security patrols can be confident that their overall security system is robust, effective and intimidating to would-be criminals.” As security remains critical in the fight against terrorism, counter-
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Acting as a barometer for the security industry for nearly 40 years as IFSEC International, is co-located alongside two highly regarded exhibitions, Facilities Show and Safety & Health Expo. IFSEC International provides a comprehensive business platform for the security and fire market; bringing together product innovations, solutions and services that are vital to those responsible for the complete transport security and fire portfolio.
James Kelly, Chief Executive of the British Security
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