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Aviation Security Board [ASG]

Name Organisation Community Role Anthony Barlow Midlands Aerospace Alliance

Sales Specialist

Head of Engineering

  • Mr Simon Brimble Ove Arup & Partners International Limited

Mr Michael Brunton Host Systems Ltd Managing Director Mr Michael Burns QinetiQ Group PLC Director - Aviation Markets Mr Chris Chalk Mott MacDonald

Mr Greg Cook Mott MacDonald Divisional Director - Aviation Development Mr Paul Crombie Honeywell Airport Solutions

Mr Robert Edley Geo. Robson & Co (Conveyors) Ltd Joint Managing Director Mr Tony Ellerbeck Aviation Security (SW) Ltd Consultant to Marketwise Mr Richard Garner MPD Group Ltd

Mr Brian Goddard BAE SYSTEMS PLC Business Manager Mr Chris Gordon-Wilson Security Consortium International Ltd Managing Director Mr James Kimmance PB Ltd

Ms Donna McDonnell CEM Systems Ltd Director of Operations Mr Jim McKenzie Real Time Engineering Ltd Travel & Transport Director Mr Martin Miller Smart Approach Ltd Sales Director Mr Kevin Moore ERA Technology Ltd Business Development Manager Mr Derrick Rawle MPD Group Ltd

Mr Tim Rowe CSE International Ltd

Mr David Scotter SBAC Facilitator Mr Stewart Smith BFBS Consultants Limited Director/Security Advisor Mr Malcolm Trigg Vector Management Ltd Managing Director Chairman Mr David Unwin Davis Langdon

Mr Barry Walker TPS Consult

Mr Dominic Walker QinetiQ Group PLC Sales Manager - QinetiQ Airport Radar Mr Nick Wells Atkins Project Development Manager Mr David Wilson-Le-Moine Thales Security Systems UK Ltd Head of Sales & Marketing Mr Alan Young Logan Teleflex (UK) Ltd Business Development Manager[1]

Defence Industrial Strategy

Defence Industrial Strategy The Defence Industrial Strategy (DIS) was launched by the Government on 15 December 2005 to implement MoD's Defence Industrial Policy. SBAC was directly involved in discussions with the Government and played a key role in ensuring that the views of industry were fully represented and taken into account. Implementation of the DIS has since been a core SBAC activity and Government is now beginning the process of defining a DIS 2.0 in which SBAC is closely engaged. MOD has issued an Industry Engagement Strategy for DIS v2.0. This includes a series of briefings for industry, details of which will be circulated to all SBAC members.

http://www.sbac.co.uk/pages/95142763.asp

Last Thursday I announced the award of a £124M contract to BAE Systems for Project Taranis, a project to develop Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology. BAE Systems are leading an industry team including Rolls-Royce, Qinetiq, and Smiths Aerospace. Project TARANIS will explore how cutting edge technology can be integrated into the UAV to deliver a new front line capability and play a key role in sustaining vital capabilities and expertise here in the UK. It is a great example of the Ministry of Defence and industry jointly funding research and development for mutual benefit and the rapid pull through of new technologies encouraged in the Defence Technology Strategy

Lord Drayson Speech; Anniversary of launch of Defence Industrial Strategy, 15th Dec, City Forum Ltd, Bishopgate, London

Notes

  1. community: Aviation Security Board ASG, accessed 27-2-2008