Introducing the exciting Technology Workshops at the World Border Security Congress, enabling you to discover some of the latest and emerging technologies and solutions from leading solution providers in border security, protection and management.
Advancements in technology are assisting in the battle to maintain safe and secure international travel. The border security professional still remains the front line against these threats.
The Technology Workshops will play a pivotal role in showcasing innovations, covering a range of technological solutions for land, sea and air borders.
Wednesday 25th November
The Future of Automated Border Control: Making an Informed Decision – Christopher Gilliland, Director, Innovative Travel Solutions, Vancouver Airport Authority
The Need for Client-Owned Open Source Frameworks for Integration of Sensors – Sean Buckley, Program Director, Parsons
Future Technologies for improving Border Security – Radu Pop, Head of Sales, Infrastructure and Frontier Security Solutions, Airbus Defence & Space & Michael Edwards, Director of Business Development & Technical Sales eGovernment, Veridos GmbH
How Technology and Collaboration between nations enable focus on detecting Foreign Terrorist Fighters – Kier-co Gerritsen, Business Development Director, SITA
Beyond the Passport: Truth, Lies or Threats? – Dr. Enrique Segura, president and CEO of Securiport
2.00pm – 3.30pm
Mobile Biometrics: Revolutionizing Border Security and Efficiency – David Gerulski, Integrated Biometrics
Smart Borders start with AI-powered solutions – Senior Representative, Cellebrite
Addressing the challenge of land and sea borders – Nicholas Phan, Market Manager Border Control and Passenger Flow Facilitation, IDEMIA
Now Is The Time For The Right Kind of RADAR At Borders – Senior Representative, Blighter Surveillance Systems
Border Security – AI and Human Machine Teaming – Paul Hollingshead, Head of EMEA, Anduril Industries, Inc