Agenda Day 2


Tony Reeves, Director, Level 7 Expertise

Director
Level 7 Expertise

9:15 AM - 9:45 AM ANALYSING THREATS TO AIRPORT SECURITY AND FLIGHT SAFETY IN JORDAN

9:45 AM - 10:15 AM ENSURING THE SAFE OPERATION OF AN RPA, ESPECIALLY IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO AIRCRAFT AND AIRPORTS

Shamel Alshishani, Regional Director, Airport, Passenger, Cargo, and Security / MENA, IATA, Regional Director, Airport, Passenger, Cargo, and Security / MENA, IATA

Shamel Alshishani, Regional Director, Airport, Passenger, Cargo, and Security / MENA, IATA

Regional Director, Airport, Passenger, Cargo, and Security / MENA
IATA

Almukhtar Al-Hoqani, Head of Licensing & Oversight (AVSEC Field), Public Authority for Civil Aviation, Oman

Head of Licensing & Oversight (AVSEC Field)
Public Authority for Civil Aviation, Oman

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM DEALING WITH THE INCREASED USE OF DRONES IN GEORGIAN AIRSPACE

Guram Jalaghonia, Director, Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, Director, Georgian Civil Aviation Agency

Guram Jalaghonia, Director, Georgian Civil Aviation Agency

Director
Georgian Civil Aviation Agency

Dr. Omar Kaddouha, Director Flight Safety, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Lebanon

Director Flight Safety
Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Lebanon

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM THE AIRLINE’S PERSPECTIVE – AN INDUSTY LED APPROACH

Dr. Hussain Alhallaf, AVSEC Manager, flyadeal, AVSEC Manager, flyadeal

Dr. Hussain Alhallaf, AVSEC Manager, flyadeal

AVSEC Manager
flyadeal

1:45 PM - 2:15 PM COUNTER MEASURES FOR TERRORIST DRONE USAGE

2:15 PM - 2:45 PM MALICIOUS DRONE USAGE AS PART OF A GLOBAL TREND

Johan Obdola, Founder and President, , International Organization for Security and Intelligence

Johan Obdola

Founder and President
, International Organization for Security and Intelligence

Dr. Ali Nouh, Head of GIS and Remote Sensing Office, National Center for Security and Crises management (NCSCM), Jordan

Head of GIS and Remote Sensing Office
National Center for Security and Crises management (NCSCM), Jordan

3:15 PM - 4:45 PM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

15:15
Description: All conference participants will be invited to take part in rotating roundtable discussions. Each group will spend 30 minutes on each table, exploring key themes and diving deep into the requirements to counter the growing drone threat. Each roundtable will be led by a subject matter expert who will channel the discourse to deliver key takeaways.

THE THREATS TO CRITICAL NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND MAJOR FACILITIES FROM DRONE USAGE
· The challenges facing security officers to detect commercial drones and trace their operators: Working with law enforcement and the military
· Assessing and preparing for the relative risk of drone smuggling: An emerging threat or just a rare incident?
· Counter-drone systems for coastal security: mobile and stationary technologies
Roundtable Leader:
Erfan Alawneh, Director of the Office of His Majesty's Advisor for National Security Affairs, The Royal Hashemite Court
ESTABLISHING A FRAMEWORK FOR RESPONSIBLE DRONE USAGE
· Developing standards and a legal framework around the right to purchase drones
· Can there be an international framework or agreed set of guidelines for no fly zones?
· Is geofencing technology manufactured into the RPS a feasible?
· The effectiveness of registration and training compliance in drone ownership
· Approving training bodies
· Is it possible to vet every applicant for a hobbyist drone licence?
Roundtable Leader:
Dr. Ali Nouh, Head of GIS and Remote Sensing Office, National Center for Security and Crises management (NCSCM), Jordan
DRONE AND DRONE COUNTERMEASURE REGULATION
· Understanding how existing airspace regulation needs to be updated to support the regular deployment of counter-drone capability
· Which technologies will be the most difficult to incorporate within a regulatory framework?
· Establishing accountability for C-UAV strategy and capability. Limiting liability and risk for infrastructure owners and law enforcement operators