Provide systemic solutions for European air cargo security addressing prevailing complexities and vulnerabilities aligned with international initiatives and building on complementary on-going projects
Offer different stakeholder groups enhanced capabilities for integrating preventive and reactive controls to address their threats in a timely and effective manner with optimised cost
Secure air cargo supply chains whilst also facilitating the overall process (i.e. achieving security without stoppages, keeping the cargo movements unimpeded at all times).
The EUROSKY survey of security requirements of organisations involved in Air Cargo handling is now open. Take the survey here
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The Transport Research Arena Conference 2016 (TRA 2016) — one of the most important transport research event in Europe for researchers, experts, operators, industry and policy-makers — took place in Warsaw, Poland, from 18 to 21 April 2016.
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The use of sniffer dogs at Manchester Airport has been criticised after dogs there failed to discover any Class A drugs in a seven-month period.