Airport Security Summit
Adapting to new threats: future-proofing airport security
Security is, of course, the first priority of all airports. The Airport Security Summit brings together key stakeholders from across the industry, including airports, regulators, security agencies and solution providers. Alongside examples of clear and present best practice, a key focus this year is on future-proofing airport security by adapting to new threats, as the industry strives for a seamless, secure, safe passenger journey.
Attendees are invited to the welcome reception at the Norway Convention Center. Attendees will be treated to a relaxed evening of networking and socialising whilst enjoying local refreshments, canapes and entertainment.
State of the Industry Address:
Welcome from ACI Asia-Pacific:
Welcome from the host:
The first commercial routes using electric aircraft are expected before 2030, and Norway hopes to be the testing ground.
Challenges of Growth
Director Network Management
Efficient airport network development: ways to overcome capacity constraints and deliver environmentally-conscious growth
Vice-President Sales, Head of A220 Sales, Qatar and A380 Market Development
Chief Security Officer
NEXTT – how Security fits into the vision of the future of air transport
Director, Security, Facilitation and IT
How does the continued growth of air traffic affect aviation security and in what ways could we deliver passenger screening in a more effective manner
Director for EU Transport Policy Coordination and Security, Directorate General MOVE
Further key interventions from:
MFace, the facial capture and match solution first deployed at self-bag drop and egates at Changi, is most recently the technology behind the successful deployment of egates at Oslo Airport in 2018 and the Air France biometric boarding pass project at Paris-CDG Terminal 2E. How can airports utilise biometric technology for passenger processing as they prepare for changing EU regulations, the need to address GDPR, and the desire to use biometrics to link different travel touchpoints together digitally?
Solution Expert on Passenger Flow Facilitation
The Rockwell Collins Airport Single Token Biometric Journey – how soon will this be a practical technology speeding up secure travel at airports everywhere? Is it being warmly embraced by the control authorities?
Senior Director, Airport Systems Marketing and Strategy
Biometric identification, passenger flow real-time orchestration through automation, and in-depth data analytics, are bringing the airport of the future into the present. Does this offer the holy grail of combining the challenge of growth, enhanced non-aviation revenue, and the central requirement of increasing passenger security, into one single best practice?
Business Innovation VP
Senior Policy Advisor Security and Product Owner Seamless Flow
Attaché to the EU and Belgium
Transportation Security Administration
The very real threat of cybersecurity – the air transport community needs to succeed in building a multi-faceted approach, which includes identification, protection, detection and reaction. What does the Airbus and SITA Security Operations Center Services offer to help airports better detect, analyse, respond, and report on cybersecurity incidents?
CyberSecurity Consulting Practice Lead
A real lesson in cybersecurity: The Fort McMurray International Airport cyberattack of August 2017
President & CEO
Fort McMurray International Airport
The perspective of both an airport operator and air navigation services provider. What is the perceived cybersecurity threat, and what cybersecurity measures is Avinor taking across its airports and air traffic control services?
Head of Aviation Security
Key interventions from:
Case Study: In June 2018, there were two incidents of illegal drone use close to Oslo Airport, which led to closure of both runways for 30 minutes, resulting in aircraft being diverted to Sandefjord Airport, Torp. What actions has the airport undertaken since then to prevent this from happening again?
Head of ATC, Gardermoen Tower
UAVs: The perceived terrorist, criminal and operational threat to airports, and effective means of prevention and mitigation
Security Risk Manager
London Heathrow Airport
Finland has taken several drone mitigations measures, but the rate of near-miss situations continues to climb significantly, particularly in the vicinity of airports. Does market growth in drone use simply outstrip the effectiveness of measures? At what point will the situation stabilise? How big is the distinction between reckless and criminal?
Trafi (Finnish Transport Safety Agency)
Oslo City Hall
Our hosts Avinor, are proud to host an elegant gala dinner that matches the superb surroundings of the impressive Oslo City Hall, showcase Norwegian music and culture in variable genres with well-known Norwegian artists. Oslo City Hall, or Rådhuset, is decorated with great Norwegian art from 1900-1950, with motifs from Norwegian history, culture and working life. This remarkable venue attracts over 300,000 visitors every year and offers a magnificent view over Oslo Fjord.
The aviation industry’s carbon reduction targets will only be achieved with support from across the supply chain: driving change through sustainable aviation fuels, carbon neutral operations and offsetting programmes
Air BP Nordics
Joint Keynote Address:
Run your airport like a Formula 1 Team
Applying Formula 1 thinking to optimise operations in the air transport industry. Can a “closed loop system” and data-driven approach to decision-making deliver a real step-change in performance?
McLaren Applied Technologies
Director, Aviation Technology
Deloitte MCS Limited
“Help2Protect: an Insider Threat awareness and policy training” co-funded by the Internal Security Fund of the European Union
ASSA-I – Aviation Security Services Association – International
Key interventions from:
Copenhagen Airport has completed a major expansion of its central security checkpoint. “A good, safe and predictable security checkpoint is vital for a good start to the journey. So it’s important to create the right environment with lots of space, light and calm – and that’s what we’ve done with the new expansion.”
Chairman, Security Standing Committee, ACI World and Security Director, Copenhagen Airport
Prague Airport’s new Centralised Security Checkpoint area in Terminal 2: increased capacity, improved passenger comfort, “major modern technologies” and ability to “respond to future trends and developments”
Director of Security Strategy
A Better Travel Experience
Head of Inspection and Processes Department
Closing Keynote Speaker:
“I really believe that we will have a major technology shift from the turboprop segment” – a possibility for flying a zero emission 50-seat aircraft by 2030
Tours only available to registered premium conference attendees.
Our host, Avinor, is a success story driven by innovation, the pinnacle of which is Oslo Airport’s expansion project, which opened in April 2017 concluding a €1.2 billion project. The multi-award winning terminal is a major success story for Avinor, who are responsible for 45 state-owned airports across Norway.
All of the conferences were very interesting and the timings were perfect – it was just the right amount of time for each speaker and it was very engaging. The topics were also very relevant. Overall, I attended most of the sessions and I really liked them; we found very new concepts and new technologies.
I attended the Security & Crisis Management Summit which was focused on inside threats and all of the speakers that I heard were focusing on the matter and were giving very nice suggestions for the future. The level was very high and met my expectations for sure.
The whole organisation behind the event was great and I particularly enjoyed the fact that there were different sessions of the conference. It is interesting because sometimes you tend to think that something might not be of your core interest but it turns out to be. And also, I really enjoyed the networking and in general coming together with the people from the industry.
Discussions in the conference sessions have been very engaging, with a lot of interaction between the speakers and the audience. The networking has been excellent – I am pleased with the good contacts we have made both regionally and internationally.
It has been a very big event, with lots of exhibitors and a very high standard of organisation. Overall, I am amazed at the quality of ACI Airport Exchange.
ACI Airport Exchange has been excellent. It has been very well attended, the conference sessions have been interesting, and there has been a good level of engagement between participants.