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1 ICAO/MCGILL WORLDWIDE CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION THIRD ICAO PRE-ASSEMBLY CONFERENCE AIR TRANSPORT – WHAT ROUTE TO SUSTAINABILITY? 26 AND 27 SEPTEMBER 2010 Hilton Montreal Bonaventure Hotel, Montreal, Canada BILLIE H. VINCENT September 27, 2010

2 © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010 Tokyo Kansai Hong Kong Colombo Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Singapore Seoul Chennai Bangalore New Delhi Kampala Nairobi Arusha Kumasi Accra Rabat Rome Annemasse London Sofia Cairo Beirut Amman Sanaa Taizz Dammam Abu Dhabi Riyadh Lima Aruba Curacao Montreal Mexico City Toronto Montevideo Honolulu Panama City Miami Jakarta Dhaka New York Washington, DC Charlotte Chicago Denver San Francisco Reno Los Angeles

3 ASI does not represent any equipment manufacturer nor does it promote any specific manufacturers equipment. ASI focuses only on its clients needs. The equipment shown in this presentation does not necessarily represent the full performance spectrum of the aviation security equipment industry. The sole intent of this presentation is to inform the audience about aviation security, where we started, where we currently are, and some of the things that still need to be accomplished. © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

4 IT IS TIME

5 FOR A FULL-SCALE RE-ASSESSMENT OF WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE NEED TO GO

6 FIRST LETS REVIEW WHAT WE HAVE DONE IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND HOW WE GOT TO WHERE WE ARE

7 JFK International Airport

8 Kansai Airport in Japan Development and of a total security system conceptual design for the new airport 1990

9 New Kuala Lumpur International Airport

10 Inchon International Airport

11 New Bangkok International Airport (Suvarnabhumi)

12 New Denver International Airport

13 DUBAI International Airport

14 BangkokInternational AirportBangkokInternational Airport SuvarnabhrhumiSuvarnabhrhumi

15 Heathrow Terminal 5 With the Queen Mother

16 WHERE ARE WE NOW?

17 PeopleProcesses ProceduresProtocols The Four Essential Elements of People Security

18 People Processes ProceduresProtocols PEOPLE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF ANY SECURITY SYSTEM

19 Selection Resources Training Supervision Management © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010 PEOPLE REQUIREMENTS

20 People Processes Procedures Protocols PROTOCOLS ARE …. PART OF ANY SECURITY SYSTEM

21 People Processes ProceduresProtocols PROCESSES ARE ….. PART OF ANY SECURITY SYSTEM

22 People Processes Procedures Protocols PROCEDURES ARE ….. PART OF ANY SECURITY SYSTEM

23 People Processes ProceduresProtocols These People Security elements – when combined with Facilities, Technology, Resources, and Maintenance make up the overall elements of an effective security system

24 The addition of the right equipment complements the People, Protocols, Processes, and Procedures AND Results in a complete and comprehensive security system

25 FIRST WE DEVELOPED PEOPLE AND CABIN BAGGAGE X-RAY SCREENING SYSTEMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

26 PEOPLE SCREENING TOOLS

27 Cabin Baggage Screening Systems

28 L3 MVT HR Cabin Baggage Screening Systems

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31 WE ENHANCED TECHNICAL DETECTION SYSTEMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

32 EXPLOSIVES TRACE DET WALK-THROUGH ETPs WHOLEBODY IMAGING CARRY-ON CT DET SYSTEMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

33 Examples of Explosive Trace Detectors L3 OptEX Morpho Itemizer Morpho MobileTrace Smiths IONSCAN

34 Explosive Trace Portals

35 L3 Provision AIT Body Scanner

36 RAPISCAN AIT SCANNER

37 PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS PROFILES BACKGROUND CHECKS BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENT © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

38 Increased Passenger Screening & New Technology

39 EXAMPLES OF ENHANCED CABIN BAGGAGE SCREENING EQUIPMENT © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

40 Smiths HI-SCAN 6040aTiX

41 eXaminer SX Carry-on-Baggage EDS System

42 Analogic OnGuard Cobra System Analogic OnGuard Streamline

43 Smiths HI-SCAN 7555si

44 Liquid Scanners Smiths RespondeR BLS

45 CCTV ACCESS CONTROL ENHANCED PERIMETERS STRENGTHENED GLASS WALLS ROVING PATROLS RESPONSE TEAMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

46 CCTV SYSTEMS

47 ACCESS CONTROL © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

48 ENHANCED PERIMETERS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

49 STRENGTHENED GLASS WALLS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

50 ROVING PATROLS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

51 RESPONSE TEAMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

52 BAG/PAX RECONCILIATION SYSTEMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

53 AIRLANKA MADRAS 1984

54 HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING SYSTEMS © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

55 FIVE-STAGE HBSS LEVEL ONE EQUIPMENT (European Concept) © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

56 To Sortation >>>> Level 1: AT X-Ray Machine Level 2: Operator Level 4: Operator Level 3: EDS Machine Level 5: Reconciliation (with or without Passenger) MAKE-UP Level 2 Review Time = 30 sec. Autonomous Screening Decisions by Machine. Processing Rate: 1200 bags/hour ???% Rejected Operator Review Images of bags rejected by the Level 1 machine. ???% Rejected Autonomous Screening Decisions by Machine. Processing Rate: 400 bags/hour ???% Rejected Operator Review Images of bags rejected by the Level 3 machine. Reject rate depends on protocols ???5% Diverted to Level 3 Diverter to Level 5 TCU X / V 5 – STAGE HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING SYSTEM Courtesy of BNP

57 L3 MVT HR L-3 MVT-HR BAGGAGE X-RAY

58 Rapiscan MVXR5000 AT X-Ray System

59 THREE-STAGE HBSS LEVEL ONE EQUIPMENT (U.S. Concept) © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

60 GIVEN THE ADVANCES IN BAG THROUGHPUT ONLY ONE STAGE OF HBSS EQUIPMENT IS NOW NECESSARY © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

61 To Sortation >>>> Level 1: New EDS Technology Unit Level 2: Operator Level 3: Resolution Team Level 3: Search & Resolution Level 4: Reconciliation (with or without Passenger) MAKE-UP Level 2 Review Time = 30 sec. Autonomous Screening Decisions by Machine. Processing Rate: 1200 bags/hour ???% Rejected Operator Review Images of bags rejected by the Level 1 machine. ??% Rejected ???% Diverted to Level 3 Diverter to Level 4 TCU X / V 5 – STAGE HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING SYSTEM Courtesy of BNP

62 eXaminer XLB Checked-Baggage EDS System

63 Morpho ( GE/SAFRAN) CTX-9800 DSi

64 EXAMPLES OF CARGO TECHNOLOGY SCREENING EQUIPMENT © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

65 Astrophysics XIS 1818

66 Smiths Detection 180180 2is

67 AS&E Gemini 100100

68 TSA INTERNET CARGO URL http://www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/layers/aircar go/certified_screening.shtm#overview TSA CARGO EQUIP APPROVED URL http://www.tsa.gov/assets/pdf/non_ssi_qtl.pdf © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

69 COMMUNICATIONS & COMMAND AND CONTROL © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

70 (c) ASI, Inc. 200770 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR PTC VEHICLE PARKING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TRACKED TRANSIT SYSTEM POINT OF SALE SYSTEM CHECK IN SYSTEM METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEM GATE ALLOCATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM CCTV FOR MAB TRUNK RADIO SYSTEM NOISE MONITORING FLIGHT TRACKING LOCAL AREA NETWORK APRON SERVICES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PASSENGER SCREEENING PERIMETER SECURITY ACCESS CONTROL FOR MAB AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PABX FLIGHT INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM FACILITY MANAGEMENT BAGGAGE HANDLING SYSTEM IB Agent Use of Copyright by permission of ITC with prior Permission TOTAL AIRPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TAMS) TAMS INFORMATION BROKER OPERATIONAL DATABASE Non TAMS sub- systems TAMS Network

71 (c) ASI, Inc. 200771

72 UP DATING OF ICAO DOC. 17 UP DATING OF ICAO DOC. 8973 ICAO AVSEC AUDIT PROGRAMME

73 WHAT DOES AVSEC COST?

74 IATA – AIRLINE AVSEC WORLDWIDE 2009$5.9B USA TSA BUDGET FOR AVSEC 2010$6.9B ICAO – 190 CONTRACTING STATES COSTS UNKNOWN TOTAL ANNUAL AVSEC COSTSUNKNOWN AVSEC COSTS

75 $100 BILLION ? $200 BILLION ? $300 BILLION ? TRUE ANNUAL AVSEC COSTS?

76 WHO SHOULD BEAR AVSEC COSTS?

77 SHOULD ICAO ESTABLISH A PROCESS TO DETERMINE ANNUAL WORLDWIDE AVSEC COSTS?

78 WHAT HAVENT WE DONE? © Aerospace Services International, Inc. 2010

79 WHAT HAVE WE MISSED?

80 PROTECTION AGAINST: VBIEDs MISSILES INTERNALLY CARRIED OBJECTS PERIMETER INTRUSIONS CABIN BAGGAGE SCREENING ISSUES

81 81 Fig. B

82 82 Fig. B VBIED IN FRONT OF A HOTEL

83 Glasgow International Airport 30 June 2007

84 HOW DO WE DO NEUTRALIZE: VBIEDs ? MISSILES ? INTERNALLY CARRIED OBJECTS ? PERIMETER INTRUSIONS ? CABIN BAGGAGE SECURITY ISSUES ?

85 WHAT ARE THE COST CONSEQUENCES OF A FAILURE ON THESE THREATS? WHAT SHOULD WE DO NEXT?

86 ADMIT THAT WE HAVE PROBLEMS THAT HAVE NOT YET BEEN SOLVED?

87 IDENTIFY PROBLEM SOLUTIONS ?

88 IDENTIFY SOLUTIONS COSTS?

89 SHOULD WE SET OURSELVES ON A COURSE TO SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS ?

90 Questions/Comments ? www.asi-transec.com


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