Autonomous Security Systems
Date and Time: ADSA23 will occur on Tuesdays starting May 4th and continuing on May 11th and May 25th. The May 4th and May 11th sessions will run from 11 AM ET to 1:30 PM ET. The last session on May 25th will run from 11 AM ET to 1 PM ET.
Participants: By invitation only.
Agenda: Agenda as of 04/05/2021
May 4 – Session 1 Speaker Bios: TBA
May 11 – Session 2 Speaker Bios: TBA
May 25 – Session 3 Speaker Bios: TBA
If you have any questions or issues, please contact Tiffany Lam at [email protected].
Due to COVID-19, we will continue to host this workshop virtually. The workshop will occur on Tuesdays starting May 4th and continuing on May 11th and May 25th. This virtual workshop will follow the normal ADSA format with real time conversations.
ADSA23 will address the topic of “Autonomous Security Systems.” Specific topics that will be addressed include:
- Automated passenger screening (without operators)
- Automated detection of new threats and automated false alarm reduction
- Stakeholder involvement in the design and operation of autonomous systems
- Automated testing and quality assurance
- Application of interoperability
- Application of machine learning and artificial intelligence
- Best practices from other fields using autonomous systems
Please note that attendance at the workshop is by invitation only.
If you have any comments on ADSA, would like to present, or believe additional people should be invited to register, please contact the following people, who are organizing the workshop:
- Carl Crawford, Csuptwo, [email protected]
- Harry Martz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, [email protected]
- Matthew Merzbacher, [email protected]
- Michael Silevitch, Northeastern University, [email protected]
The final reports for all previous ADSA workshops can be found at:
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