In Annapolis ARINC said it has started a series of workshops specialising on effective border security. These workshops are focusing on protecting borders from illicit activities, and have become a major concern for all nations. These situations have a significant impact on national security and immigration control. These workshops are starting in El Salvador and will roll out to ARINC’s entire customer base.
In the course of these workshops, ARINC and its customers will discuss the positive results of implementing ARINC’s border security system, security trends, and share best practises and identify areas that can be improved. The courses are made up of senior officials and technical people from the various government agencies as well as airport operators, airlines and ground handlers.
Jorge Ramirez, Marketing Director of Global networks and IT Solutions for ARINC said ‘The ultimate goal of the workshops is to improve a country’s border security; these workshops are essential for our existing customers and ideal for countries in the process of evaluating effective border security solutions.’
34 of the 35 countries that have implemented border security systems ARINC is working with. ARINC’s complete portfolio in electronic borders uses its expertise gained in ARINC’s aviation, governments, information technology, surface and maritime transportation and systems integration to deliver the most cost effective and efficient solution available.