Open Ideation Forum

Transforming Airport Borders:
Ensuring Secure and Efficient Airport Border Operations

What are your ideas for how we can collaborate to transform America’s airport borders and meet the demands of the 21st century?



International travel is becoming more and more accessible. What does the future of international travel look like? Changing demographics and increasing numbers of travelers are combining with emerging technologies and processes to change the landscape of foreign and domestic airports. In what ways will self-service and mobile technologies, biometric identification, access to wifi, or innovative use of e-signage and way-finding impact future travelers? How will new processes, staffing solutions, and facility design changes improve security?



The transformation of airport borders comprises three key areas:

The International Air Traveler of Tomorrow

Emerging Trends in International Air Travel

The Airport Border of the Future


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Purge "No Fly", "Secondary Security Screening Selection", "Terrorist Watch" lists of people who are on them without good reason

The lack of transparency and arbitrary criteria for adding travellers to these lists is a significant detriment to public acceptance of and confidence in airport security procedures. There is considerable evidence that many people who pose absolutely no threat are added to these lists, with no right of appeal and with significant risk of racial profiling and officials' individual prejudices playing a part. The current ...more »

Submitted by (@daira0)

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New technology to automate passenger screening

More passengers need to transit quickly through secure borders. Focus needs to move to new technology to automate the screening process. No local screening of images, just automatic portals to screen people and baggage. Think of escalators that tick over until needed and then rapidly ramp up to full speed. Automation is needed for soft targets as well as traditional secure areas, such as airports, public events, etc. ...more »

Submitted by (@sxg000)

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Trusted traveler

Eliminate the charge for the trusted traveler id to increase the number and speed up processing

Submitted by (@boris.blechman)

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Screening at airports

Provide trusted traveler status to all government employees who have BI completed

Submitted by (@boris.blechman)

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Thermal Imaging to Detect Oppressed Animals

Just wondering if there wouldn't be a method of thermal imaging to detect aircraft and maritime cargo containing oppressed animals. For example, in some third world countries, they stuff rare birds in plastic water bottles as an atrocious method of exporting rare species for profit.

Submitted by (@junermassoud)

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Fast Access to Low Security Travellers at Airports

Seems to me like too many people have signed up for and have been admitted to the low security admissions through airport screenings. I would restrict it to people who are Westerners born and raised in Western countries who aren't threats or immigrants who've been Westerners for at least 50 years. Otherwise, this new program of allowing too many people to go through is not a very good idea, in my opinion. Next, this issue ...more »

Submitted by (@junermassoud)

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Smart-Q- Securing Borders by configurable profiles/automated allocation to a specific queue.

SmartQ is multi-functional Boarding Pass validation and Queue Management system designed to aid airport operators in the management of queues in their security screening areas, both arriving and departing. SmartQ uses the information from a passengers boarding pass, loyalty card etc to determine whether a passenger should be granted access to the security zone, and if required assign that passenger to the most appropriate ...more »

Submitted by (@jasonspencerictseuropesystemsuk)

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