Call for Exhibitors to CASC 2006 Trade Show of Innovative Security Solutions and Services for Aviation Industry!
February 20, 2006

The events of September 11th, 2001 and on-going terrorist acts worldwide have necessitated a dramatic change in aviation security in Canada and the world. The Canadian Aviation Security Conference Leading Change: Aviation Security Today and Tomorrow explores the changing world of aviation security. Five prominent government and private industry organizations that represent all aviation stakeholders are collaborating to generate this significant event. CASC is the "must attend" conference and trade show for all stakeholders and suppliers of aviation security solutions in 2006.


As a representative of a public or private sector organization involved in aviation security, you must reserve March 29 and 30, 2006 to attend this conference. Visit to view the conference format, keynotes and national-international speaker-experts recruited to startle your views on the magnitude of the threat and offer effective counter-terrorism strategies.

CASC 2006 will:

  • Examine Canada's response to current and future aviation challenges, threats and security risks in Canada and internationally;
  • Showcase the strides made in aviation security since 9/11 by the public and private sectors; and
  • Present views on key issues that are at the very crux of our industry challenges - technology and privacy, cross-border and harmonization issues, intelligence and security, and transportation of cargo.

The conference will offer keynote addresses from leading international and national commentators, be a venue for sharing operational and practical experiences, and lively debates. Plenary sessions will focus on intelligence, the nature of the threat, counter terrorism and industry, government, and security technology. Specialized tracks will cover research and innovation, new security technologies and intelligence and the role they play in securing the aviation environment.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Examining views on terrorism from a Canadian, American and British perspective;
  • Updates on aviation security initiatives worldwide;
  • Developments and new technology for information security in aviation;
  • Innovations in passenger screening;
  • Impact of biometrics identification to achieved security;
  • Technology, best practice and innovation in cargo screening and security;
  • Enhancing security along the air cargo supply chain;
  • Balancing cost in an environment of new threats; and
  • Collaboration and cooperation with the intelligence community

Attendance at this conference would be an excellent way to:

  • Expand your contact network within the aviation industry;
  • Educate yourself on current security risks, threats and potential countermeasures;
  • Learn about global trends and strategies from international experts and other executives in your industry;
  • Voice your opinion on important issues facing the industry, and help facilitate change for an improved aviation environment in Canada; and
  • Learn what new security technologies, solutions, programs and supports are available to protect and grow your organization;
  • Meet the suppliers of leading security solutions and services and view their counter-terrorism innovations.



As a company with innovative security solutions and services that address the challenges facing today's aviation industry, you need to showcase your solution and services to CASC's aviation industry audience of buyers and decision influencers, representing a multi-billion dollar marketplace. With the 2010 Vancouver Olympics on the horizon, Canadian airports will be fortifying their security measures to meet the influx of global passenger and cargo traffic. Does your company have solutions and services to contribute? The CASC exhibitor trade show can provide the showcase venue you need.

CASC contains an innovative integrated trade show to introduce delegates to leading security technology solutions and vendors of services that address the threats to aviation environments. Delegates and trade show exhibitors share the Brookstreet Resort foyer in an innovative network-conducive mobile lunch and pre-dinner cocktail reception, ensuring the right business connections are made at CASC 2006.

Visit to book your exhibitor booth. Half of the CASC exhibitor space is sold out so act quickly to confirm your opportunity to exhibit today!

Visit to learn all the advantages of CASC 2006.

The event will take place on March 29 and 30, 2006 at the Brookstreet Resort in Ottawa.

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