FLYSEC

Optimizing time-to-FLY and enhancing airport SECurity

FLYSEC is an ambitious 36 month Research and Innovation project, gathering excellence and expertise from Industry, SMEs, Research and Academia including stakeholders and end users such as major airport operator and international airports. 

Preparing proof-of-concept

At 27th July and 2nd August FLYSEC partners met at Schönhagen airport (ICAO code: EDAZ) in close proximity to Berlin.

Schönhagen airport is one of the most important general aviation airports in Germany and the largest in the new federal states. The airport is optimally developed for business aviation. In the category of aircraft up to 12 tonnes in maximum take-off weight (MTOW) Schönhagen is also becoming the most important alternative airport for the new Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BER). Schönhagen is not just an airport, but also a resource for attracting businesses, research, conferences, events, and innovative technologies.

FLYSEC partners and the airport management discussed opportunities to implement technical solutions developed by the project for testing and technical validation. It is intended to use parts of the airport administration building, conference centre and gastronomical facilities to perform testing from Autumn onwards.

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FLYSEC at British-Irish Airports Expo

FLYSEC partner ICTS Europe participted as an exhibitor at the British-Irish Airports EXPO at NEC Birmingham at 7-8 June 2016. The event is bringing together airports and suppliers to exchange experiences, to network and to support procurement.

At its exhibition booth, ICTS presented the FLYSEC project along with its core services.

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FLYSEC Project Review Meeting Tel Aviv

Following to the first year of its duration, the FLYSEC consortium met in Tel Aviv at 18-19 May 2016 to introduce the achievements so far to the European Commissions Project Officer Tjien-Khoen Liem in its first Review Meeting.

It was assumed that FLYSEC is well on track. In the context of an applied trusted passenger concept, the potential of the FLYSEC airport app to increase passenger flow at an airport was demonstrated in a simulation. Consequently, FLYSEC will prepare testing of its integrated approach in the operational environment of an airport.

With respect to ethics, privacy and data protection, FLYSEC is following the non-discrimination principles as required by the directive 95/46EC.

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