Canadian Aviation Security Conference
The tragic events of September 11, 2001 and on-going terrorist acts worldwide have necessitated a dramatic change in aviation security in Canada and in nations around the world.
September 19, 2007 By Carey Fredericks
The 2006 Canadian Aviation Security Conference (CASC), Leading Change: Aviation Security Today and Tomorrow is a conference created by:
• The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA);
• Transport Canada (TC);
• The Canadian Airports Council (CAC);
• The Air Transport Association of Canada (ATAC)
• The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA).
Date: March 29 and 30, 2006
Location: Brookstreet Resort, Ottawa
The tragic events of September 11, 2001 and on-going terrorist acts worldwide have necessitated a dramatic change in aviation security in Canada and in nations around the world. Airport security has been identified as one of the cornerstones of governments to combat terrorism and increase national security. Canada is at the forefront of this reality. In response to these challenges, CATAAlliance is pleased to announce a business development opportunity to companies seeking to expand or enter the aviation security industry.
CATAAlliance is a Co-Host of the upcoming major Conference and Trade Show on Airport Security. Scheduled for March 29-30, 2006 at the Brookstreet Hotel in Ottawa. the conference includes all of the major aviation stakeholder organizations including the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), Transport Canada (TC), the Canadian Airports Council (CAC) and the Air Transport Association of Canada (ATAC).
Entitled, "Leading Change: Aviation Security Today and Tomorrow," the Conference (and integrated trade show) is an opportunity for technology companies to increase their visibility and leadership and to showcase their solutions to the aviation security industry. The Trade Show portion of the Conference will allow conference delegates/decision-makers from the public and private sectors to meet with leading Canadian and international security technology experts who address the threat to the aviation community.
To View the program/register: cata.ca/CanadianAviationSecurityConference