Appendix C
Selected Presentations on Data Fusion

The following is a list of speakers who made presentations related to the topic of this fourth report of the Committee on Assessment of Security Technologies for Transportation. Other presentations given at information-gathering meetings of this committee informed its deliberations for earlier reports and are thus not included in this appendix.



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Fusion of Security System Data to Improve Airport Security Appendix C Selected Presentations on Data Fusion The following is a list of speakers who made presentations related to the topic of this fourth report of the Committee on Assessment of Security Technologies for Transportation. Other presentations given at information-gathering meetings of this committee informed its deliberations for earlier reports and are thus not included in this appendix.

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Fusion of Security System Data to Improve Airport Security October 15-16, 2002 Data Fusion Donald Brown, University of Virginia Data Integration Hans Miller, Computer Assisted Passenger Pre-Screening II December 12-13, 2002 Quantum/InVision Plan to Integrate Quadrupole Resonance/Computerized Tomography Tam Rayner, Quantum/InVision March 20-21, 2003 Data Fusion to Reduce False Alarm Rates Ron Krauss, Transportation Security Laboratory False Alarm Reduction David Schafer, Analogic December 12-13, 2003 TSA Science and Technology Deployment Rodger Dickey, TSA TSA Command, Control, Communications, Computing and Intelligence, Fusion of Sensors and Systems, and Radio Frequency Identification Anthony Cerino, TSA TSA Information Systems Enterprise Architecture Christopher Allen, TSA October 6-7, 2004 False Alarm Rate Reduction Matthew Merzbacher, InVision Technologies Data Fusion John H. Huey May 24-25, 2005 TSA Perspective on Data Fusion Anthony Cerino, TSA TSA Chief Technical Officer Comments Clifford Wilke, TSA