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SkyLive Streaming: ICAO’s 2019 Global Aviation Security Symposium

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Welcome to the page where we live-streamed the Global Aviation Security Symposium as it took place at ICAO Headquarters from 18 to 20 September 2019.  Though we are broadcasting all of the presentations on YouTube Live with SkyLive, you can follow the recording on this page by scrolling below to the event playlists.

Nearly every entity involved in implementing aviation security must overcome numerous obstacles. Shortfalls in resources, insufficient high-level support, or a lack of specific threat information are just a few of the challenges that potentially impact State or industry efforts to achieve the Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP) targets. To overcome these limitations, many States and industry stakeholders around the world have developed best practices that enhance and sustain effective aviation security measures. The GASeP, its Roadmap, and the associated regional initiatives have prompted a world-wide approach to aviation security that fosters innovation, capitalizes on available resources, and streamlines processes.

During the event in Montréal, an exhibition was held as a complement to the Symposium. Exhibitors showcased a broad range of products and services that relate to travel document security applications, border inspection and automated border control systems, and identity management.

Make sure to catch all of the recordings – they are listed below as the sessions occurred. All of the SkyLive video presentations are shared for on-demand viewing on this page thanks to MSA Security – with their support, we were able to live stream the presentations as they took place!

MSA provides security, intelligence, training and investigative services that help protect millions of people every single week. From training Explosive Detection Canines to identifying explosives for X-ray technicians, from intelligence analysis to corporate security and much more, nobody does more to protect personnel, property and peace of mind than MSA.


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#AVSEC2019 Opening Session: Wednesday, September 18th (09:00 – 10:00)

The AVSEC2019 SkyLive stream is enabled by MSA Security.
The Leader’s Plenary provides an opportunity for senior leaders in the Aviation Security Community to discuss the importance of sharing new technologies and innovative techniques and solutions while strengthening cooperation. Emphasis will be placed on collaborating to achieve the Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP) targets and implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 2309 (2016).


#AVSEC2019  Session 1: Wednesday, September 18th (10:30 – 12:45)

During Session 1, panellists will discuss their experiences in developing tailored risk assessments, establishing and sustaining robust security cultures, expanding data sharing mechanisms, and overcoming the lack of formal intelligence reports to define the threat.

SkyTalk is presented by William McGann, Director of North America Sales, L3 Harris

Presentation from Amy Huang, Marketing Director, Nuctech


#AVSEC2019  Session 2: Wednesday, September 18th (14:00 – 15:00)

The use of passenger information – Advance Passenger Information (API), interactive API (iAPI), and Passenger Name Record (PNR) data – to inform and assist aviation security has garnered global attention. However, the systems that gather, analyze, and respond to the information are quite complex. This session will examine the innovative solutions States and industry, with the assistance of systems builders, have implemented.


#AVSEC2019 Session 2 (cont’d): Wednesday, September 18th (15:30 – 17:15)

Session 2 (continued): Technology and Innovation

This SkyTalk is presented by Cameron Mann, Global Market Director – Aviation, Smiths Detection

The use of passenger information – Advance Passenger Information (API), interactive API (iAPI), and Passenger Name Record (PNR) data – to inform and assist aviation security has garnered global attention. However, the systems that gather, analyze, and respond to the information are quite complex. This session will examine the innovative solutions States and industry, with the assistance of systems builders, have implemented.

Presentation from Daniel Faria, Chief Security Officer, OARO


#AVSEC2019  Session 3: Thursday, September 19th (9:30 – 10:30)

The Universal Security Audit Programme – Continuous Monitoring Approach (USAP-CMA) and individual oversight activities enable States and industry to understand where vulnerabilities lie and which mitigation measures are required. Panellists will offer ideas on effective methods of identifying focus areas and determining the impact of implemented solutions.


#AVSEC2019  Session 3 (cont’d): Thursday, September 18th (11:00 – 12:30)

Session 3 (continued) The Universal Security Audit Programme – Continuous Monitoring Approach (USAP-CMA) and individual oversight activities enable States and industry to understand where vulnerabilities lie and which mitigation measures are required. Panellists will offer ideas on effective methods of identifying focus areas and determining the impact of implemented solutions.

Presentation from Rapiscan Systems:
Paul Kennedy – Director, Sales Canada
Steve Buchan – Senior Director, Business Development Checkpoint


#AVSEC2019  Session 4: Thursday, September 19th (14:00 – 15:00)

Aviation security assistance is a critical tool in resolving the issues highlighted through quality assurance programmes. It comprises a multitude of formats such as formal classroom training, long-term mentoring partnerships, or even technology donations. This session will focus on lessons learned in achieving a balance between competing priorities and limited resources.


#AVSEC2019  Session 4 (cont’d): Thursday, September 18th (15:30 – 17:00)

Aviation security assistance is a critical tool in resolving the issues highlighted through quality assurance programmes. It comprises a multitude of formats such as formal classroom training, long-term mentoring partnerships, or even technology donations. This session will focus on lessons learned in achieving balance between competing priorities and limited resources.


#AVSEC2019  Industry Engagement Day – Opening Session and Session 1
Friday, September 19th (9:00 – 10:40)

Session 1: Governments and Innovation

To accelerate the development and implementation of new and innovative technologies in light of the evolving threat to aviation, governments are setting out to drive innovation through initiatives and programmes that can enable start-ups to bring such technologies to the market in a timely fashion. Recalling the Global Aviation Security Plan’s appeal to foster and promote innovative solutions and the need to push these solutions through the testing and trialing phases efficiently with the necessary support and funding, this session will explore current government initiatives, identify the challenges of innovating by these start-ups and how the government and regulators are partnering with accelerators, incubators and aerospace investors to overcome some of these barriers to entry into market.


#AVSEC2019  Industry Engagement Day – Session 2 Airlines and Innovation
Friday, September 19th (11:10 – 12:40)

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently hosted an Air Transport Security, 2040 and Beyond, Blue Skies 2-day Workshop to capture industry thoughts on the Future of Air Transport Security with eighty subject matter experts from across the industry gathered to debate and discuss, from a blank page, a 2040 vision for air transport security.

IATA looks forward to sharing the outcomes of the Workshop; including their Mitigation Strategies for 2040, the new global safety/security incident reporting taxonomy, the CASRA screener’s performance study and the new IATA building blocks for Safety and Security.


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