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Airport security 2013 martin olsson

  1. 1. Next Generation Command, Control and Communication Martin Olsson Sales Director Europe & Middle East Critical Infrastructure Protection SAAB AB
  2. 2. ANTICIPATE TOMORROW Martin Olsson SAAB AB martin.y.olsson@saabgroup.com
  3. 3. 1646 Bofors is founded 1894 Alfred Nobel acquires Bofors 1948 First order for Carl Gustaf 1998 StriC in operation 1950- Development of radar for Gripen 1970- Development of Giraffe AMB 1980- Development of Arthur 1990- Sea Giraffe AMB is launched 1937 Saab is founded 1990 Saab Automobile –independent company 2000 Saab acquires Celsius 2005 Saab acquires Grintek 2006 Saab acquires Ericsson Microwave Systems (EMW) 2011 Saab acquires Sensis Corporation AT THE FOREFRONT OF CHANGE 1941 First B17 delivered 1979 First order – RBS 15 1990 First laser simulator BT 46 1992 ANZAC combat management systems for Australia’s frigates 1993 First Gripen delivered First order from U.S. from BOL 2002 First contract - NLAW 2004 Installation of RAKEL communication system 2005 Contract for NEURON 2006 Saab 2000TM AEW&C 2008 First flight for Gripen Demo 2011 RBS 70 NG – launch
  4. 4. SAAB PRESENCE Employees 2013: 14,968 Established on 32 markets Sales to 100 markets 73% of order backlog outside Sweden
  5. 5. SOLUTIONS FOR AIRPORTS
  6. 6. THIS IS HOW SAFE WORKS
  7. 7. No common interface Little to no Integration Different Level of Maturity COMMON AIRPORT SITUATION WITH ISOLATED SYSTEMS Traditional AOC/EOC CCTV GIS CAD Access Control Comms & Archive Alarms & Logs Planning & Staffing Surface Mgmt
  8. 8. Traditional AOC/EOC One common flexible user interface Reuses and integrates existing sensors Easy to add or replace underlying systems CCTV GIS CAD Access Control Comms & Archive Alarms & Logs Planning & Staffing Surface Mgmt SAAB’S SAFE SOLUTION WITH INTEGRATED SYSTEMS SAFE TAM PLATFORM VIDEO & SYSTEM INTEGRATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & DISPATCH INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SITUATIONAL AWARENESS & DASHBOARDS EVENT & WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT CROSS-PLATFORM COMMUNICATION
  9. 9. Information sharing Decision support Workflow management Controls integrated systems Logging of all events Resource management GIS with GPS tracking One common interface INTEGRATED SOLUTION WITH THE SAFE AIRPORT OPERATION PLATFORM
  10. 10. SITUATIONAL AWARENESS & COMMON OPERATIONAL PICTURE SAFE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT CENTRALIZED OR REMOTE CENTERS
  11. 11. Operations Center INSTANTLY SHARING TIME CRITICAL INFORMATION SAFE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MOBILE OR CONTROL ROOM Field Commander Security Guard Maintenance
  12. 12. SAFE AT SWEDAVIA
  13. 13. • Airport company with 10 airports in Sweden. • Largest airport: Stockholm Arlanda 19 Million passengers/year • Smallest airport: Kiruna Airport 200 000 passengers/year • SAFE enables two Command Centers to operate 10 airports remotely
  14. 14. SAFE PLATFORM TOTAL AIRPORT MANAGEMENT SECURITY OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE BAGGAGE HANDLING SECURITY SCREENING FIRST RESPONDERS PASSENGER SERVICE INCIDENT MGMT BUSINESS CONTROL EASILY SCALABLE
  15. 15. SWEDAVIA’s OBJECTIVES • "One Swedavia“ – Same organization and structure at all 10 airports – Same procedures – Same technical platform • Create a common TAM platform at all our airports – Superior situational awareness on all airport – Computerized case management and automated workflows – Resource management and planning
  16. 16. Operational cost and operational benefits • By measuring the airport security operations the cost for Security has been reduced with approximately 2 MEUR the last year after introduction of SAFE • The cost level of the total security program is brought back to the same levels as in 2006, even if the security requirements for the airports are much higher in 2012 than in 2006.
  17. 17. Operational cost and operational benefits • Mobile devices has reduced radio communication with 80% - reducing cost • Increase quality and legal fulfillments by efficient digitalized badge checks, vehicle checks, visitations etc. • Decreased number of manual mistakes by providing an integrated solution – digital instructions and actionplans
  18. 18. SITUATIONAL AWARENESS & COMMON OPERATIONAL PICTURE Next step for Swedavia CENTRALIZED MONITORING FOR 10 AIRPORTS
  19. 19. SAFE TAM PLATFORM PARKING CRISIS MANAGEMENT SECURITY AND SCREENING MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT/F ACILITY MONITORING EMERGENCY/ FIRST RESPONDER CENTER BAGGAGE CONTROL PASSENGER SERVICE EASILY SCALABLE PASSENGER FLOWS Next step for Swedavia EFFICIENT AIRPORT OPERATIONS CENTER
  20. 20. SAFE AT YOUR AIRPORT One solution for all Airport Operations Integrates existing systems and adds functionality Reduced operational and life cycle costs Modular system with the ability to grow with the organization Increased security and optimized resource allocation One common flexible user interface Incident Management
  21. 21. SAAB AS YOUR PARTNER Reliability and long time stability Global company with local presence Large support and services organization Experienced supplier of large installations Extremely advanced technology in our portfolio R&D receives 25% of total revenue

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