Dr. KJ Devasia, General Manager and Head of Enterprise Risk and Corporate Resilience at Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL), details how aviation should begin to implement unique crisis management models to improve the industry’s safety.
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David Ryder, Head of Aviation Security at ACI EUROPE emphasises how there is no one particular threat in the aviation sector. If you let your guard slip in one aspect, then the whole system is vulnerable.
Dr. Féthi Chebil, Airport PPP Expert, details how the relentless air traffic growth, which shows no sign of lessening, will cause many new countries to open up their airports for private investments. However, this brings with it a multitude of risks.
Nathalie Herbelles, Head of Security at ACI World, discusses how airport stakeholders are working together and deploying new technologies to improve security, operational efficiency and the passenger experience.
Cranfield University has carried out successful trails of a suction robot which can detect and repair damage to aircraft, as part of the CompInnova Project.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) has launched its 2019 safety week, which will focus on industry best practise, and bringing this to HIA.
Following the Airport IT & Security conference at the end of 2018, Emma Verschoor from CGE Risk Management Solutions, discusses how CGE's bowtie diagram highlights threats in an airport to mitigate and prevent the effects security breaches can have.
Gatwick Airport's runway partly re-opens after more than 33 hours of being closed, which left more than 350,000 passengers stranded.
Hexagon selected by Greater Toronto Airports Authority to implement fully integrated incident management system at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
At the end of day two of the #AITS18 conference we would like to thank all those that attended and contributed to the event. We provide an overview of the day's most popular topics.
The annual crash and rescue exercise at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) was successfully completed on Friday 9 November, and took a total of five hours, to ensure the safety of everyone involved in the incident.
Airports must embrace next-generation disruptive technologies to improve their operational efficiency, says Dheeraj Kohli, Vice President and Global Head of Travel and Transportation at Unisys Corporation, discussing how the often-underutilised resource of big data presents a huge opportunity for the airport industry.
CGE, a market leader in barrier-based risk management, helps companies across the globe to improve their operations by applying BowTieXP and BowTieServer to visually communicate and manage enterprise and operational risks.