Attachment 3 OPS eIndustry Day Slides.pdf
Date Originally Posted
Aug. 13, 2020, 12:30 p.m.
SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATIONOn-Person Screening (OPS)Industry DayJuly 202012Welcome9:00 –9:05James Lambeth –EngineerRequirements, Human Performance, and Engineering Division3WebEx InstructionsE-Industry Day Conduct•Please mute yourself when not speaking and turn off your camera to minimize bandwidth issues. •During the Q&A portions of the event please follow the following rules: •Type in any questions you have in the Chat box (addressed to “Everyone”). TSA will announce which participant is to ask their question. •Any questions not answered will be captured and sent out at a later date as part of an FAQ.•If you wish to retract a question, please write “retract” in the Chat box. •There is no limit to when you can leave and re-enter the WebEx eventWebEx Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)•Not able to join the event:•Check to ensure you are using the correct URL to reach the event•Please ensure you are looking at the time of the event in the EDT time zone•WebEx session loads slowly:•Please try logging out and logging in •Please close out all applications except WebEx Meeting•Clear your Web Browser cache and delete temporary files and cookies•If you have any issues with audio or screen sharing please direct them to the WebEx support, Matthew Smith, privately and we will help resolve the issue.•Frequent Participant Teleconference Disconnects:•Please disconnect from audio and try to rejoin the audio conference by clicking the Audio button and selecting a phone or a VoIPoption •Participants cannot hear one another: •If you are speaking, make sure that you are not on mute•Try to reset your audio connection by disconnecting and re-connecting via a different source •Hearing Hold music: •Please ensure you are only calling in from one (1) audio source to ensure the WebEx Hold music is not playing over the speakers4AgendaTopicPresenterTimeWelcome + WebEx InstructionsJames Lambeth9:00 a.m. –9:05 a.m. IntroductionAustin Gould9:05 a.m. –9:15 a.m. OPS CM OverviewDan Williams9:15 a.m. –9:25 a.m. DHS S&T DiscussionJohn Fortune9:25 a.m. –9:35 a.m. RHPED/CDI OverviewFrank Cartwright9:35 a.m. –9:45 a.m.IAD Cybersecurity + Q&AJohn Samiosand Edam Colón9:45 a.m. –10:00 a.m.Break (10 minutes)Footwear Screening + Q&AJames Lambeth10:10 a.m. –10:35 a.m. Material Discrimination + Q&AJames Lambeth10:35 a.m. –11:00 a.m. Break (10 minutes)Enhanced Detection Performance and Throughput + Q&AJames Lambeth11:10 a.m. –11:35 a.m. AIT Synthetic Data and Image Quality + Q&AWilliam Garrett11:35 a.m. –12:00 p.m.Break (10 minutes)Improved Data Visualization + Q&ADavid Band12:10 p.m. –12:35 p.m.New Countermeasure Systems/Processes + Q&AJames Lambeth12:35 p.m. –1:00 p.m.Closing StatementsDan Williams1:00 p.m. –1:10 p.m.5Introduction9:05 –9:15Austin Gould –Assistant AdministratorTSA Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (RCA)6The Future of On-Person ScreeningAustin GouldAssistant AdministratorRequirements and Capabilities Analysis7OPS CM Overview9:15 –9:25Dan Williams –Capability ManagerTSA On-Person Screening (OPS)8On-Person Screening Focus AreasThe OPS Roadmap lays out the CM’s vision for the OPS capability in distinct phases. The Roadmap is divided into four main focus areas, each with their own subcategories. The Roadmap also defines the ideal future state of each focus area and the OPS capability as a whole.1.Screening at Speed2.Reduced DivestitureDeploytechnologies that maximize throughput and minimize invasiveness MoveAdvance through checkpoint in a seamless, continuous, and uninterrupted mannerFuture State1.Enhanced Threat Detection2.Standoff Detection3.Dynamic SwitchingImplement solutions that maximize threat detection and minimize false alarmsDetectEnhance security effectiveness through improved detection, reduced false alarms, and dynamic RBS1.Remote Screening2.Secure TransmissionHarden network security to allow for resource reallocation through remote accessConnectEnable operational connectivity and flexibility through secure and remote file transfer1.Common Graphical User Interface (CGUI)2.Common Image File FormatStandardize interface, controls, and image outputs across all technologiesDisplayOptimize training and operational efficiencies through display and image standardizationFuture StateFuture StateFuture Statehttps://beta.sam.gov/opp/048cda00ebe647d6898feb9c57d5108c/viewBetaSAM On-Person Screening Capability Development Roadmap9DHS S&T Discussion –Screening at Speed9:25 –9:35John Fortune –Program ManagerDHS Science and Technology Directorate10DHS Science & Technology DirectorateEnable effective, efficient, and secure operations across allhomeland security missions by applying scientific, engineering,analytic, and innovative approaches to deliver timely solutionsand support departmental acquisitions.MissionVisionTrusted partner enabling homeland security missions.11John Fortune –Program ManagerS&T Screening at SpeedDr. John M. Fortune is the Screening at Speed Program Manager in the DHS Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate. The Screening at Speed Program is pursuing transformative R&D activities that support a future vision for increasing aviation security effectiveness and improving the passenger experience.The Passenger Self-Screening Initiative aligns with the Screening at Speed future vision for increasing security effectiveness and improving the passenger experience.12Program OrganizationR&D EffortsR&D Active ProjectsPassengerAnalysis•Video Surveillance•Passenger-Bag Correlation•Identity VerificationPassenger Screening•High-definition Advanced Imaging Technology(AIT)•Walk-by AIT•Shoe Scanner•AutomatedThreat Recognition (ATR)•Material DiscriminationCarry-On Screening•ComputedTomography (CT)X-ray•Augmenting X-ray Technologies•ATR Algorithms•CT Human-Systems InterfacesEnabling Capabilities•Optical Trace Detection•Adaptive Algorithms•Augmented Reality Human-Systems Interface•Synthetic Data•Low-latency NetworkInterconnects•Passenger Self-ScreeningOverarching Architecture•Open Threat Assessment Platform (OTAP)•Airport Risk Assessment Model (ARAM)•Futures Workshop / Systems Architecture•SensorFusion Open ArchitecturesScreening at Speed pursues transformative R&D activities that support a future vision for increasing security effectiveness from curb to gate while dramatically reducing wait times and improving the passenger experience.13Future State ConceptsA system of systems approach will allow efficient screening to better balance security and passenger throughput.MacrosecurityIncorporate prior known dataSystem of SystemsBetter SensorsCollect more useful dataDeep LearningDerive more value from current dataDistributed SensingMore opportunities to gather data14Screening at Speed Core Capabilities•Upgrade detection components as capabilities become available, combine capabilities for flexible concepts of operationsModularization•Share data across sensors, fused with passenger metadataIntegration•Independently develop and upgrade hardware and algorithmsOpen Architectures•Leverage identity while respecting privacy to inform algorithms and implement risk-based security within a single laneIdentity Management•Deploy high performance computing with high speed interconnects for faster decisions and fewer pat-downs and bag searchesThroughput15Updated Long-Range Broad Agency Announcement•The LRBAAis our standing, open invitation to the scientific and technical communities to propose novel ideas that address DHS Components' highest priority operational needs.Transparent, simplified announcement with more detailsStreamlined efficient submission proceduresNotification of DHS interest in your research in 10 daysFlexible communications including dialogue with topic program managers, a virtual pitch, and submission of an optional videohttps://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/st-lrbaa16RHPED/CDI Overview9:35 –9:45Frank Cartwright –Capability Development & Integration Branch ManagerRequirements, Human Performance, and Engineering Division17Enable the accomplishment of the Administrator’s Intent Sub Goal 2.2:Reduce the Time to Field Solutions12Provide acquisition and systems engineering lifecycle expertise to advance TSA’s capability areasThe Requirements, Human Performance, and Engineering Division strives to satisfy the following overarching TSA objectives:The following branch overviews showcase RHPED’s efforts towards supporting these objectivesRequirements Development Branch (RDB)•Conducts DHS-required analysis to validate capabilities, capability gaps, and recommended courses of action•Articulates user requirements for future acquisition programs and serves as TSA’s Joint Requirement’s Council GatekeeperCapability Development & Integration Branch (CDIB)•Coordinates across TSA Offices and DHS S&T on developmental activities to enable maturation of screening technologies •Provides system-level engineering expertise to inform and guide technical interactions with industry, Capability Managers, and Acquisition Program ManagersHuman Performance Branch (HPB)•Uses work design principles to improve human performance and experience for staff and passengers at TSA•Serves as a consultant on experimental design for RCA and other offices at TSAMission AnalysisNeed PhaseAnalyze / Select PhaseObtain PhaseProduce / Deploy / Support PhaseNeeds AnalysisSolution EngineeringPlanningRequirements DefinitionDesignDevelopmentImplementationOperations and MaintenanceDispositionTechnology Development (R&D)Integration and TestDesign ReviewsPRRSERSPRSDRIRR2A102B2C3TSA ALFSELCSELC ReviewADEKeyRequirements, Human Performance, and Engineering Division (RHPED) Overview18Capability Development & Integration Branch OverviewIn addition to providing the above services, CDI also works with TSA Offices, DHS, Academia, National Labs, and Industry to:CDI provides system-level engineering expertise through its suite of services to solicit, develop, and mature soluti… Show All