Sessions » Aviation ID: Modernization in place

Aviation ID: Modernization in place

 

KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE - Concourse
Day 3 - May 2

 

According to the World Airport Traffic Forecasts 2017-2040 by Airports Council International, world air traffic is growing at 4.9% per annum, and is expected to double by 2031. Current processes and infrastructure will not be able to sustain air travel viability with the projected increase in passenger numbers. Addressing the challenge in developed countries will require modernization in place, impacting all stakeholders. This session will focus on dealing with the difficult and disruptive challenges this entails, including public–private partnerships, stakeholder collaboration, and innovations in data sharing, process improvements, and technology upgrades to maintain the viability of air travel. 

 

11.00
Introduction
Jim Williams, Former Acting Administrator, GSA, USA

Panelists

DHS Science and Technology Biometric Technology Engine
Arun Vemury, Program Manager, DHS Science and Technology Directorate, USA

 

Biometrics to transform air travel and the ‘passenger experience’
Nicole Williams, Director of Field Marketing, Noram Government Programs, Gemalto, USA

 

Opportunities and challenges in seamless passenger experiences
Jason Lim, Transportation Security Futurist, Office of the Administrator, Transportation Security Administration, USA

 

Céline Canu, Head, Aviation Facilitation, IATA, Canada
 


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