ADSA16

Addressing the Requirements for Different Stakeholders in Transportation Security

ADSA16 Presentations are now available for download.

The Sixteenth Advanced Development for Security Applications Workshop (ADSA16) was held on May 2-3, 2017 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. The title of the workshop was, “Addressing the Requirement for Different Stakeholders in Transportation Security.”

The ADSA workshops are convened by the DHS Center of Excellence (COE) for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT). These workshops are by invitation only.

Workshop Information

ADSA16 Workshop Agenda: Click here to view

Transportation Security Stakeholders include:

• TSA
• Airlines
• Passengers
• Vendors

The final reports for all previous ADSA workshops can be found at: http://alert.northeastern.edu/transitioning-technology/adsa/final-reports-and-presentations/

Contact Information

For technical questions about the workshop, please contact Carl Crawford ([email protected]) or Michael Silevitch ([email protected]).

Reimbursements – *Available for Academic Speakers Only*

Please see reimbursement guidelines (click here) for instructions, cost limitations, and other information. In order to submit your expenses, you must complete the expense reimbursement form and submit a signed copy along with all original receipts within 10 days of the completion of your trip.

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