Ag. Civil Aviation Manager
Julius Nyerere International Airport Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority
Conference Day One: Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Wednesday, August 28th, 2019
11:00 AM PANEL DISCUSSION: Civil aviation authorities are presently engaged in a number of major expansion plans aimed at increasing the capacity and competitiveness of their airports by up to 40%
How does the future look for Africa in the civil aviation sector?
This session will consider:
- Operations automation and procurement of modern equipment to secure competitiveness
- The importance of country co-operation to increase economy up to 183% by 2030
- Building new terminals, runways, parking space and lounges to accommodate 303 million passenger by 2035 across Africa
- Seeking an extra US$25 billion in airport development plans
Conference Day Two: Thursday, 29 August 2019
Thursday, August 29th, 2019
12:00 PM Key panel discussion: With 10 out of 20 countries at risk of terror attacks, airports play a critical role in ensuring a country’s safety and security. As such it is no surprise that the airport security systems market is expected to reach US$12.67BN by 2023.
What are these innovative solutions?
The following session will discuss:
- Unauthorised drones can cause airports hourly losses accounting for US$850,000. How can counter-drones help to avoid the closing of the airspace?
- Biometrics, AI, more sophisticated screening processes, effective explosive detection tests and enhanced cooperation among stakeholders to increase security
- Preventing terrorist attacks, narcotics infiltrations and smuggling by boosting countries cooperation and introducing blockchain technologies