Thanks to Homeland Security Today for the opportunity to contribute this article from Managing Partner Anne Marie Pellerin and Consultant Rose Marengo on the risks posed by lithium batteries, as well as new approaches to enhance mitigation.
LAM LHA has been selected to support the U.S. National Safe Skies Alliance Program for Applied Research in Airport Security (PARAS) Project 0060, Strategies for Developing an Aviation Worker Screening Program
Enormously grateful for the opportunity to have led the Next Generation Aviation Security Think Tank at this year's Future Travel Experience (FTE) Global in Long Beach, California.
A major review of the EU’s Directive on Advance Passenger Information, or API, is currently underway, which may considerably affect the way airlines and authorities operate. Hannah Evans, Intern Consultant at LAM LHA, outlines how API data collection could be reformed and the potential impact on air carriers.
This week major US news outlets covered TSA’s introduction of biometrics at checkpoint. This biometric application is being added to TSA’s Credential Authentication Technology (CAT), which for non-AVSEC junkies is the machine you put your driver’s license into when you approach the TSA checkpoint.
The final contribution from the AI bot, ChatGPT, to our mini-series of AVSEC articles, concerns the planned implementation of the EES (Entry Exit System) in the European Union; ChatGPT gives us the top 5 facts that non-EU citizens should familiarize themselves with.
Testing and evaluation of security tech is enormously important from a compliance standpoint as well as ensuring that operations are efficient. Here, ChatGPT provides the lowdown on how T & E can be optimized.
Security innovation in aviation is at the heart of what we do at LAM LHA; with a little help from ChatGPT, here is a recap of some of what AI sees as the significant changes in security tech and processes over the last few years.