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The application research of airport security information management system on the field of civil aviation security

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1 Author(s)
Wu Wei ; Center of Aviation Safety Technol., CAAC, Beijing, China

The airport security information management system (ASIMS) has been playing very important role in preventing aircrafts from hijacking, terrorism attacks and other acts of unlawful interference. The system is designed to integrate a variety of security information of an airport into an organic body by analyzing and mining data collected form the security checkpoints and stored in central server database in order to supply proper information to the airport. With the development of aviation security technology, many advance security device are emerged and increase the security level significantly. But at the same time, mass data is poured into the existing ASIMS. The system raise higher requirement to data transmission and data-mining technologies. Based on the investigation and research on the existing ASIMS, the paper concludes the functions and configuration of the system used in airport and presents some problems of the system for further modifying when system is constructed and related standards are established. All the efforts are to make the system serve for the aviation security more efficient, safe and effective.

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Security Technology, 2009. 43rd Annual 2009 International Carnahan Conference on

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5-8 Oct. 2009