Aircraft Maintenance Technology

OCT 2018

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www.AviationPros.com 55 for all employees. Second, random physical pat downs. This is a cheaper solution however it generates less overall penetration and is more invasive for selected employees. Regardless of which solution airport managers use, the throughput constraints, labor requirements, and impact to employees often make legacy processes difficult, if not impossible, to sustain. As an alternative, airport managers should look for automated systems. They allow guards to focus on higher priority tasks such as quickly responding to likely threats to help screen against insider threats. In addition, these systems help to reduce the element of human error, as guards can focus on resolving specific alarms. 3. Finding Flexible Solutions That Work for Your Airport — Differentiation is an important factor that influences how widely employees will accept a new process. As noted, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. What’s more, these approaches are cumbersome and often ineffective without additional capabilities. Each airport needs its own flexible solution that can be adjusted based on its specific needs, budget, and risk factors. Remember, there is no perfect security solution. However, those that strategically balance security, access, usability, and cost can ultimately provide the best long-term protection against an evolving adversary. 4. Harnessing the Power of Innovation — Today there are a variety of innovative technologies available that offer airport managers a number of benefits. For example, artificial intelligence (AI) has the ability to analyze data quickly and identify patterns. This means guards can focus on interpreting results as opposed to watching screens. In a screening scenario, using a system that is powered by machine learning — an advanced form of AI — means the computer can be taught to identify an object as something specific based on characteristics. This means the system can quickly Each airport needs its own flexible solution that can be adjusted based on its specific needs, budget, and risk factors. Taughannock Aviation Business Jet Services ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY Oxygen & Nitrogen Booster Pumps Taughannock Aviation offers: mini-mules, complete cart systems & much more. PORTABLE Lightweight and compact. Driven by clean dry compressed air or bottled nitrogen. EASY-TO-USE Eliminate time consuming supply bottle top off, consolidation, and cascading. 607-257-7500 Web: www.flytac.com or e-mail: garth@flytac.com or Fax 607-257-6419 TAUGHANNOCK GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 66 Brown Road Ithaca, NY 14850 AviationPros.com/company/10135025 Train. Repair. Excel. repair technicians mechanics inspectors HANDS ON TRAINING CLASSES FILL UP FAST... Enroll Today! Leading the world in advanced composite training since 1983! enroll today www.abaris.com +1.775.827.6568 AviationPros.com/company/10133727

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