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2009 transportation security forum to be held in Paris

ID World : 29 December, 2008  (New Product)
Security exhibition and conference geared towards the transport industry to take place in May in Paris
Wise Media, organizer of the ID WORLD International Congress, announces that the fourth Transportation Security Forum will open its doors with the endorsement of the European Commission in Paris on May 28-29, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

The Transportation Security Forum is a global symposium focusing on how to increase security while facilitating the circulation of people and goods.

Every day millions of people move using air, sea and ground transportation systems, taking millions of bags with them. Furthermore, global trade transports huge quantities of goods through our seaports, airports and railroad stations. While more advanced fare collection and toll systems are being implemented at a rapid pace, tightening security requires that thousands of companies make a concerted effort to continuously improve their processes and develop, test and deploy state-of-the art technologies and solutions. Screening passengers and bags boarding commercial carriers as well as the goods moved by the international cargo system is the aim of both governments and the transportation industry, in order to meet the increasing demand for security in our changing world.

The Transportation Security Forum welcomes the key players involved in the creation and operation of secure trade lanes and passenger routes ­ including central government representatives, border control and law enforcement authorities, as well as transportation administrators.

This two-day event will provide a snapshot of the status of regulations and legislation as well as best practices for hub security on a global scale. The forum will also highlight state-of-the-art technologies available today to improve the performance of front-end and back-end processes in airports, railway stations and seaports.

The Transportation Security Forum will go live in Paris with two cornerstone initiatives:

· The Conference, supplemented by interactive networking activities, will gather together a panel of top-level government representatives and key players in the transportation industry and act as the perfect backdrop for the discussion and analysis of the fundamental topics.

· The Exhibition, organized as a Technology Village, will illustrate state-of-the-art components, systems, and processes deployed for the most advanced security workflows in transportation hubs today. Leading global suppliers will showcase stable and proven technologies for the creation of sustainable and cost-effective security solutions that work in the real world.

This year¹s event builds on the success of the Registered Traveler Forum, held in Amsterdam on May 22-23, 2008 with the endorsement of the European Commission and under the patronage of the Dutch Minister of Justice.
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