ID WORLD International Congress: Transportation Security

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Transportation Security

Best practices to improve process performance and security

Securing the hubs and increasing efficiencies of global and regional transportation networks from airports and seaports to rail and subway stations is crucial.

How can government and transportation authorities increase security while facilitating travel and the circulation of goods in all sectors – from postal and express shipping to cargo moving along transport routes? What are the key elements for consideration in securing both hubs and networks? How are mobile technologies and managed enterprise services being deployed for tracking persons, assets and goods?

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Session 1 – Cross-Border Migration

– Ratan Bajaj, Commissioner of Income Tax – Ministry of Finance, India
Global migration – the verification challenge

– Luigi Soreca, Head of International Affairs, Directorate General Home Affairs – European Commission
A new era of migration and mobility

– Tejinder Singh, CEO – Spanco
ICT visa system of Qatar

– Michael Hegenbarth, Senior Director Strandardization and Consulting – Bundesdruckerei

– Olumuyiwa Adekoya, Development Manager – World Hope Foundation, Nigeria
Transnational movement innovation and collaboration




Coffee Break

Session 2 – Urban Security

– Leandro Pavani, Chief of Military Police – Sao Paulo, Brazil
National system of health and safety

– Stewart Hefferman, CEO – OmniPerception
Covert face recognition surveillance – promises and pitfalls

– Yan Levy, Business Developement Director Citizen Security – Thales
An integrated approach to secure citizen and city

– Matteo Colantoni , Project Manager – Seicos
Early warning systems: the new frontiers

– Zdenek Lokaj, Partner – Inoxive
Securing people and object identifiers and their transmission through public networks

End of Conference Sessions

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