Final Workshop of the DAISY Project

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“Terrorism & other security-related risks in transportation systems”

Wednesday, 22nd June 2016 h. 09:30
Instituto Superior Técnico
Av. Rovisco Pais 1
Lisbon, Portugal

This event aims at providing the attendees with an insight to the results of the DAISY project, co-funded by the Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security-related Risks Programme of the European Union, and a live demonstration of the resulting DAISY toolbox.

We are also honoured to announce that the Keynote Speech will be delivered by Mr Johnnie Müller, Director of Security of Copenhagen Airport and Airport Council International.

We kindly ask you to nominate the most appropriate experts from your organization to attend the workshop. For any complementary information, please contact the DAISY Project Coordinator Mr Umberto Battista (u.battista@stamtech.com).

The venue will be at the Instituto Superior Técnico ("Room V1.01 - FUNDEC Room", 1st floor of Dept. of Civil Eng. building), of Lisbon, Portugal starting from 09:30 to 17:00 on 22nd of June 2016.

Participation is free of charges but registration is requested. Please send a message to Ms Rute Fernandes (RMFernandes@ana.pt), stating your interest in participating.

You can find the agenda of the event in the following.

Venue Contacts
Instituto Superior Técnico
Av. Rovisco Pais 1
Lisbon, Portugal
Ms Rute Fernandes
+351 21 844 5017

Wednesday 22nd June 2016
09:00 Arrival and Welcome ANA
09:15 Opening Message ANA, Board of Directors
09:30 Key Note Address
  • International view on Airport Security
Mr Johnnie Müller
ACI & Copenhagen Airport
10:15 DAISY project
  • DAISY overview
  • Analysis methodology
  • Application scenarios
  • Further potential applications
STAM
ANA
10:45 Coffee Break
11:00 DAISY Methodology
  • DAISY risk assessment approach
  • DAISY Cost benefit evaluation approach
  • DAISY toolbox and outputs
  • Agent based simulation tool
STAM
IST
11:30 Beyond DAISY: Discussion on Airport Security Issues – Looking Ahead Round table
12:30 Lunch
14:00 DAISY Toolbox Demonstration
  • Asset modelling
  • Security elements and procedures identification
  • Data output and sensitive analysis
  • Agent based model
  • Agent based simulation demonstration
  • What DAISY can do for you
STAM
IST
16:00 Closing Session: Feedback on DAISY Toolbox All

We look forward to meeting you at the DAISY workshop on June 22nd in Lisbon!

DAISY Project main objectives

The main objective of the DAISY project is to provide CI Security Managers and Airport Manager with an instrument which will help in defining the risk their infrastructures are subject to, in order to assess the vulnerabilities and identify/implement the most appropriate integrated non-invasive inspection countermeasures.

Moreover, the most valuable target of this project is to provide the end-users with an instrument that will help them in evaluating which non-invasive inspection systems are the most effective.

The definition of inspection methodologies and security trends will be the base for the definition of the risk analysis, in order to minimize, the probability and impact of the potential threats to airport terminal infrastructures.

The DAISY project aims at developing a support tool for assessing the risk which airports are subject to, and to evaluate the cost/effectiveness ratio deriving from the selection and implementation of a set of countermeasures.

DAISY basic concepts

The basic concepts of DAISY are summarized in the following

 

Risk formulations

Common widely accepted Risk formulations based on the probability of occurrence of malicious threats and the impact that the threats may have on selected assets

Cost benefit

Cost benefit analysis criteria keeping into account the technology evolution trends and the impact of delays on the general economy

 

DAISY project outputs

The DAISY project will generate a tool that will support Critical Infrastructure security managers and decision makers in

 

Security measures

Reaching a common understanding of the impact of security measures on the overall cost of the transport system.

Software tool

Assessing the risk airports and Critical Infrastructures are subjected to, through the development of a novel software tool.

 

The Consortium

The DAISY project is developed by the following partners

Stam
Genoa, IT
SKA Polska
Warsaw, PL
Tecnico Lisboa
Lisbon, PT