MIS : PROJECT
AVIATION SECURITY
HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING
(HBS)
MABEL
MANISH
NAJAM
PREVIEW
• INTRODUCTION
• AVIATION SECURITY
• FUNCTIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
(HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING)
• MANAGEMENT INFORMATI...
INTRODUCTION
• Bureau of Civil Aviation Security
• International Civil Aviation Organisation
mandate- 198 countries signat...
AVIATION SECURITY
AVIATION SECURITY
• 16 to 30 checks of passenger(pax) depending
on layout & size of airport.
• Incident at airport
– World...
AVIATION SECURITY
• Open sky policy & economic liberalisation
• Growth in Aviation
– Traffic (Airlines & Aircrafts)
– Pax
...
AIRPORTS & AIRCRAFTS- INDIA
AIRPORTS & AIRSTRIPS
ORG
TOTAL
OPERATIONAL
AAI
97
65
DEFENCE
138
90*
STATE GOV 161
67
JV
06
06...
PASSENGER FLOW
IMPACT OF LIBERALISATION
• With the liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, aviation
industry in India has undergone...
AVIATION SECURITY
• Privatisation of Airports
• Up gradation of facilities & Modernisation of
systems
• Trim sheets (Pax &...
AVIATION SECURITY
• Access control system ( Employees)
– Bio Metric Access control for all airports under
implementation
–...
HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING
• Legacy
– X-ray Machines Before check in
– Each pax to take baggage to X- ray machine
– Manual & T...
HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING
(HBS)
HBS:TESTED & APPROVED SYSTEM
• Approval by International/ National regulatory agency: The X-ray BIS deployed at Level- 1 m...
HBS: PURPOSE & SCOPE
• PURPOSE To prevent Weapons, Explosives, IEDs, IIDs, Dangerous
Articles, Dangerous Substances or any...
HBA: FUNCTIONS
• FUNCTIONS
(a) Effective automated screening of Registered/
Checked – in Baggage through Inline Hold Bagga...
HBS: LEGAL SANCTITY
• REFERENCE
• Appendix “F” of BCAS Circulars No 25/2004 on
HBS
• National Civil Aviation Security Prog...
HBS : LEVEL -1
• A high speed multi view / computer sliced Xray machine with automatic explosives
detection facilities (40...
HBS:LEVEL -2
• Screening at remote workstations.
• Equipped with enhanced imaging /
manipulation systems : options to sele...
HBS:LEVEL 2B(BIGGER AIRPORTS )
•
•
•
•
•
•

Longer time analysis
Enhanced image manipulation capabilities
More experienced...
HBS : LEVEL 3 & 4
• Level 3
– X- Ray screening & operator analysis
– Explosive Trace or vapour Detector/ sniffer dog.

• L...
HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING (HBS) - SYSTEM LAYOUT
Level 2

Level 2
Worrk 2
Level
Station
Worrk 2
Level
Station
Worrk 2
Level
St...
FLOW OF BAGGAGE

Level -1
Auto Decision – 10 Sec
Level – 2 (Rejected Bags)
Work Stn Op – 20 Sec

Level - 3A
Auto Decision ...
HBS: FLOW OF BAGGAGE INFORMATION
• The relevant information, which is important to evaluation of the
bag and its contents,...
HBS : BAGS TRACKING

• Pax checks in

– Bar code on ticket & luggage
– City code , Number of bags & total weight.

• Code ...
HBS : MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
• Provide controls for start-up and powerdown.
• Provide controls and displays for:
– Current syst...
HBS : MIS
• Dedicated PC to display & log info : Level 1 & 2
• Capabilities
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

On-line monitoring of all contr...
MIS : DATA TO BE COMPILED
• For X-ray
– Level 1 & 2B events (all)
– Decisions
– On line and off line activity
– Faults (an...
HBS : MIS
•
•
•
•
•

Reports :Generation & Print
Storage
Presentation
Retrieval & Off line presentation
Threat Image Proje...
HBS : TRAINING
• TIP At Level 2
• Software training programme : 12 Levels ,
(available with GHIAL AVSEC training centre)
•...
HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION
• Technical parameters finalized considering the
world best practices & reps of major airport
ope...
HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION
• Committees comprising of regulator , airport
operator & technical reps formulated.
• Checks & m...
HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION
• Designing of Training & certification
curriculum.
• HR parameters finalized.
• Training and cer...
HBS : DRAWBACKS
• Images of tip library not as per indian
conditions.
• Arms Not detected( Signages for pax )
• Explosives...
HBS : FUTURE
• In- Line baggage sorting system to be
incorporated.
• Implementation at all major airports
• Indianised bag...
ANY QUESTIONS
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  1. 1. MIS : PROJECT AVIATION SECURITY HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING (HBS) MABEL MANISH NAJAM
  2. 2. PREVIEW • INTRODUCTION • AVIATION SECURITY • FUNCTIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING) • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM • TRAINING & IMPLEMENTATION • DRAWBACKS & FUTURE
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • Bureau of Civil Aviation Security • International Civil Aviation Organisation mandate- 198 countries signatory • Commissioner of Civil Aviation Security • Avsec Circular & Orders • BCAS Act :legal sanctity • Four offrs with powers of Crpc 1973 as amended vested in them
  4. 4. AVIATION SECURITY
  5. 5. AVIATION SECURITY • 16 to 30 checks of passenger(pax) depending on layout & size of airport. • Incident at airport – World News – Attracts Media – Mileage to anti-social elements – Shame to country: Airline being carrier of National Flag. – Loss : Monetary, Life & Property
  6. 6. AVIATION SECURITY • Open sky policy & economic liberalisation • Growth in Aviation – Traffic (Airlines & Aircrafts) – Pax – Airports ( Nos & Size)
  7. 7. AIRPORTS & AIRCRAFTS- INDIA AIRPORTS & AIRSTRIPS ORG TOTAL OPERATIONAL AAI 97 65 DEFENCE 138 90* STATE GOV 161 67 JV 06 06 PVT 61 53 * CIVIL ENCLAVE 25 AIRCRAFTS AIRLINENOS OF A/C AIR INDIA 131 JET 111 INDIGO 62 SPICEJET 48 GO AIR 13 BLUE DART 08 DECCAN CARGO 02 AIR MANTRA 02 QUICKJET 01
  8. 8. PASSENGER FLOW
  9. 9. IMPACT OF LIBERALISATION • With the liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, aviation industry in India has undergone a rapid transformation. From being primarily a government-owned industry, the Indian aviation industry is now dominated by privately owned full service airlines and low cost carriers.
  10. 10. AVIATION SECURITY • Privatisation of Airports • Up gradation of facilities & Modernisation of systems • Trim sheets (Pax & Load tally) • Revenue generation • Allocation of seats on the basis of fare • Break even & profit generation strategy • CCTV & Intelligence tracking • Pax profiling with face recognition software • Pax reservation & check in facility • USA : Moment ticket is booked , background check of individuals initiated & classified red , amber & green • India : Only card fraud & address verification.
  11. 11. AVIATION SECURITY • Access control system ( Employees) – Bio Metric Access control for all airports under implementation – Contact less Cards : GHIAL Shamshabad • Hold Baggage Screening (HBS)
  12. 12. HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING • Legacy – X-ray Machines Before check in – Each pax to take baggage to X- ray machine – Manual & Time consuming procedure. – Increase in traffic & pax • More space required • Time consuming • More technically qualified individuals required. IS SOLUTION: IN LINE HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING OPERATIONAL : DIAL,GHIAL,MIAL,BIAL,CIAL & UNDER PLANNING AT FIVE AAI AIRPORTS
  13. 13. HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING (HBS)
  14. 14. HBS:TESTED & APPROVED SYSTEM • Approval by International/ National regulatory agency: The X-ray BIS deployed at Level- 1 must be approved by at least three major regulatory agencies of • Civil aviation `Appropriate Authority’ including the country of product manufacturer such as: • a. Transport Security Administration (USA), • b. Department of Transport (UK), • c. Department of Bundeskriminalamt BKA-Germany, • d. ECAC(European Civil Aviation Conference) – European Union. • e. Department of Transport (Australia) • f. Flughafen Police (Switzerland) and / or, • g. ENAC-Ente Nazionale per l'Aviazione Civile (Italy) • Besides the product should be approved by the civil aviation regulatory authority of the manufacturing country
  15. 15. HBS: PURPOSE & SCOPE • PURPOSE To prevent Weapons, Explosives, IEDs, IIDs, Dangerous Articles, Dangerous Substances or any other dangerous devices from being introduced on board an aircraft engaged in carriage of passengers. • SCOPE Screening of Registered Check – in /Hold Baggage. • VULNERABILITY • (a) Carriage of Weapons, Explosives, IEDs, IIDs, Dangerous Goods, Dangerous Substances or any other dangerous devices. • (b) Loading Registered Baggage into Aircraft without screening.
  16. 16. HBA: FUNCTIONS • FUNCTIONS (a) Effective automated screening of Registered/ Checked – in Baggage through Inline Hold Baggage System before being loaded onto the passenger Aircraft. (b) Effective screening of OOG (Out of Gauge) Registered/Checked – in – Baggage before being loaded onto passenger Aircraft.
  17. 17. HBS: LEGAL SANCTITY • REFERENCE • Appendix “F” of BCAS Circulars No 25/2004 on HBS • National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP) • BCAS Circular No 06/2004(Rules relating to Carriage of Dangerous goods) • BCAS Circular No 34/2005(Procedure for Screening Of Hold Baggage)
  18. 18. HBS : LEVEL -1 • A high speed multi view / computer sliced Xray machine with automatic explosives detection facilities (400 to 1800 bags/hr). • Decision is to be Fully automatic and the operator intervention is only required in startup and shut down procedures • Four to five views of the baggage generated • Un-cleared baggage will go to Level 2 • Cleared bags will proceed to the baggage make-up area
  19. 19. HBS:LEVEL -2 • Screening at remote workstations. • Equipped with enhanced imaging / manipulation systems : options to select view out of five views generated. • Baggage should be ‘tracked’ while it travels the length of the conveyor: its position and identity is known all times. • Allows 15-20 seconds to queue and process the level 2 images.
  20. 20. HBS:LEVEL 2B(BIGGER AIRPORTS ) • • • • • • Longer time analysis Enhanced image manipulation capabilities More experienced operator. 40 to 120 seconds 98% bags expected to be cleared. Bag considered suspect are flagged and routed automatically to Level 3 • Cleared bags :Routed to baggage make -up area. • Bags not cleared within a pre-determined time by level 2 operators, are considered ‘time-outs’ and automatically forwarded to level 3  Note: The Matrix type set-up of several level 1 and level 2 workstations will be linked together
  21. 21. HBS : LEVEL 3 & 4 • Level 3 – X- Ray screening & operator analysis – Explosive Trace or vapour Detector/ sniffer dog. • Level 4 – All un-cleared / suspected bags at level 3 are to be reunited with their owners for further inspection and interview. – Appropriate action based on Banned items or threat or not clear.
  22. 22. HOLD BAGGAGE SCREENING (HBS) - SYSTEM LAYOUT Level 2 Level 2 Worrk 2 Level Station Worrk 2 Level Station Worrk 2 Level Station Worrk 2 Level Station Worrk 2 Level Station Worrk 2 Level Station Work Station Level 1 Level 1 Decision 10s Level 2 WS Decision > 20s L E V E L 2 Clear Reject Junction and metering etc > 10s Level 3 machine Decision 10s  4 x Operators.  2 Monitors with each Operator. 5 Images from different Angles for Level – 1. Level 3 Worrk 3 Level Station Work Station L E V E L  2 x Monitors with each Operator.  2 Images (H/V)  Images of Level 3  Images of Level 2 can also be viewed Level 3 Worrk 3 Level Station Work Station 3 Level 3 W/S Decision > 20s Level 3 Work Station Clear Reject Level 4 TDE 2 X-Ray Views at Re-Check Work Station Manually Carousel
  23. 23. FLOW OF BAGGAGE Level -1 Auto Decision – 10 Sec Level – 2 (Rejected Bags) Work Stn Op – 20 Sec Level - 3A Auto Decision – 10 Sec Level - 3B (Rejected Bags) Work Stn Op – 20 Sec Level – 4 Manual Manual
  24. 24. HBS: FLOW OF BAGGAGE INFORMATION • The relevant information, which is important to evaluation of the bag and its contents, must be carried forward through the security process until the bag is “CLEARED”. • Ensure that the basis of concerns, identified at one Level, which are significant or not easily identified are communicated effectively to succeeding Level in the HBS automatically by the system or by other means of communication system. • It is essential to ensure that the personnel deployed at next Levels responds efficiently & effectively to resolve the urgent situations. Such communication may include the following : • Where the Weapons, Firearms, Dangerous Goods are detected. • Where an operator believes they have positively identified an IED/IID at any stage of HBS.
  25. 25. HBS : BAGS TRACKING • Pax checks in – Bar code on ticket & luggage – City code , Number of bags & total weight. • Code assigned on conveyor belt by tracking system . • Identifies any blockage, location of bag etc on carousal. • Bags identified & diverted based on coded identity assigned by the system. • Based on coding, bags segregated for respective flights.
  26. 26. HBS : MANAGEMENT SYSTEM • Provide controls for start-up and powerdown. • Provide controls and displays for: – Current system status. – User log-in management – System performance statistics. – Image recall capability.
  27. 27. HBS : MIS • Dedicated PC to display & log info : Level 1 & 2 • Capabilities • • • • • • • On-line monitoring of all control functions. On-line event, alarm outputs and reports. X-ray status and performance statistics Workstation status and performance statistics Hardware faults. Image recall facility. User log – in management system • Compile & print reports summary • Record data on disc for duration specified.
  28. 28. MIS : DATA TO BE COMPILED • For X-ray – Level 1 & 2B events (all) – Decisions – On line and off line activity – Faults (and the time at which they occur) • For Workstations – Workstation events (all) – Decisions – On line and off line activity – Faults (and the time at which they occur)
  29. 29. HBS : MIS • • • • • Reports :Generation & Print Storage Presentation Retrieval & Off line presentation Threat Image Projection (TIP) for level 2 Operators
  30. 30. HBS : TRAINING • TIP At Level 2 • Software training programme : 12 Levels , (available with GHIAL AVSEC training centre) • Operator training & certification procedure. • Feedback for system as well as training curriculum • Education level raised to graduation.
  31. 31. HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION • Technical parameters finalized considering the world best practices & reps of major airport operators in 2004. • Installation ( considering traffic & airport size) – Phase I • DIAL,MIAL & CIAL • GHIAL & BIAL – Phase II • Five AAI airports NOTE : FUNDING NO PROBLEMS. EVERY FLIER CONTRIBUTING.
  32. 32. HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION • Committees comprising of regulator , airport operator & technical reps formulated. • Checks & monitoring by User & Regulator during installation. • Training by the manufacturer to user. • SOPs formulated considering all aspects.
  33. 33. HBS MIS : IMPLEMENTATION • Designing of Training & certification curriculum. • HR parameters finalized. • Training and certification • Approval by committee for operationalising • Actual report of DIAL & MIAL • Feedback & follow up
  34. 34. HBS : DRAWBACKS • Images of tip library not as per indian conditions. • Arms Not detected( Signages for pax ) • Explosives ??? ( Only known to USA & ECAC Nations) • Regulatory body not updated on system. – System implementation put on hold.
  35. 35. HBS : FUTURE • In- Line baggage sorting system to be incorporated. • Implementation at all major airports • Indianised baggage library to be developed . • Real time and realistic training. • X-ray machines to be developed as per our threat assessment
  36. 36. ANY QUESTIONS
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