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3rd Metropolitan Police Aviation Policing Command Airports Counter Terrorism Conference Agenda


Wednesday 12th June 2019 - Day 2

| Wednesday 12th June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote presentations

Conference Moderator

Global Aviation Security Lead, Security Group Chair, British Aviation Group
Stacey Peel

Global Aviation Security Lead, Security Group Chair, British Aviation Group
Arup


1st session: Keynote presentations

Chief Superintendent Jim Read

Head of Metropolitan Police Aviation Policing Command
Metropolitan Police Service


UAS incursion – developing and sharing best practice

Chief Operating Officer
Chris Woodroofe

Chief Operating Officer
Gatwick Airport



10:30 - 11:30
Morning coffee break
| Wednesday 12th June 11:30 - 12:30

The UAS airport incursion threat: What is known, what is unknown?

2nd Session

Defining presentation:

What is the physical UAS threat posed? What is the capability to deliver payload or IED, to operate as a weaponised firearm, or to enact aircraft strike?

Sergeant Ben Sullivan

UAV Operations
Metropolitan Police Service


Suppliers: UAS defence systems compared – real and present solutions

The NightFighter Counter UAV System for complex airport RF environments

Chris Hamer

Chief Technical Officer
SteelRock Technologies


Skywall – the “drone-catcher” – the only net launching system that captures a drone intact

Director
James Cross

Director
OpenWorks Engineering


“AUDS (Anti-UAV Defence System) is in continuous military operation and fully combat proven with over 700 confirmed kills. How adaptable is AUDS to the operational requirements of civilian airports, especially those bordering populated areas?”

Sales Director
Dave Eldridge

Sales Director
Chess Dynamics


All speakers then join: UAS airport incursion experts’ roundtable: progress, leadership, and multi-agency response



12:30 - 13:30
Lunch in the exhibition
| Wednesday 12th June 13:30 - 14:30

Protecting the landside environment: fast-developing technology for identifying Landside Threats before suspects reach terminals

3rd Session

The London City Airport perimeter security case study: The new approach following the September 2016 protesters’ incursion (including thermal imaging, CCTV, response issues, landscape changes, penetration tests etc).

Joint presentation:

James McDonald

Head of Security
London City Airport

Chief Inspector, Specialist Operations, Aviation Policing
Richard Goodwin

Chief Inspector, Specialist Operations, Aviation Policing
London City Airport


Landside security: the contribution of better design to mitigate risks – versus overlaying additional security

UKIMEA Aviation Security Lead, Arup Resilience, Security and Risk Practice
Ashley Reeve

UKIMEA Aviation Security Lead, Arup Resilience, Security and Risk Practice
Arup


Other interventions may be invited.



14:30 - 15:00
Afternoon coffee break
| Wednesday 12th June 15:00 - 16:00

Winning hearts and minds: Embedding a different culture is the biggest win in aviation security

4th session

The Insider Threat: Considering the risk posed to all parts of the airport, not only by the “malicious insider”, but also the “complacent” and “unintentional” non-malicious insiders

Alison Ro

Personnel & People Security Advisor (Aviation)
Centre Protection National Infrastructure (CPNI)


The DfT Overseas AvSec “Protect Capability Development Programme” – increasing airport security in countries with aircraft inbound to the UK

Speaker to be confirmed


Closing keynote speaker:

Director Aviation Security
Peter Drissell

Director Aviation Security
Civil Aviation Authority


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