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Third Technology and Innovation Forum - Presentation

03 septembre 2012

Session 1

Integrating business processes through technologies

  • Strategic Goals of Track&Trace Technology to Assist Governments in Enhancing Revenue Collection, Mr Philippe Amon, Chairman CEO, SICPA [presentation]
  • Jordan Electronics Transit Monitoring and Facilitation System: Latest Developments and Lessons Learnt, Dr Aref Alfitiani, Director of telecommunication and electronic control, Jordan Customs [presentation]
  • Trade Recovery, Mr Bernard Lim, Director, International Relations and Security Division, Ministry of Transport (Singapore) [presentation]

Session 2

Customs – Business partnership in technology development – better outcomes through collaboration

  • Megaport Initiative, Mr Yew Chin Heong, Senior Assistant Director, Royal Malaysian Customs [presentation]
  • Better Cooperation through Cloud Computing, Mr Frank Callewaert, Global Technology Strategist, Microsoft Corporation [presentation]
  • Sharing Data with GS1 Standards Benefits All Parties, Mr Lee Cheng Suan, CEO, GS1, and Dr Ho Ee Lock, Co-Chair, GS1 Malaysia Transport & Logistics Group (Malaysia) [presentation]

Session 3

Perspectives of the development partners on technology projects

  • Customs Technology: ADB’s Experience, Mr Haruya Koide, Principal Regional Cooperation Specialist, Office of Regional Economic Integration, Asian Development Bank [presentation]
  • Advanced Inspection Tools and Training to Prevent Illicit Shipments of WMD-Related Strategic Commodities, Ms Tatyana Colgan, Programme Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (USA) [presentation

Session 4

From theory to practice: examples on the use of technology

  • EU Approach Towards the Use of Technology, Mr Wilhelmus Van Heeswijk, Supply Chain Security & Technology Expert, Directorate General for Taxation and Customs Union (TAXUD), European Commission ( Belgium) [presentation]
  • Technology Used for Drug Enforcement by Thai Customs, Mr. Chaiwat Worapanya, Customs Technical Officer, Drug Enforcement Division, Investigation & Suppression Bureau, Customs Department (Thailand)
  • Development of Customs Capacity for the Use of Technology, Mr Shigetoshi Aoyama, Special Researcher, Central Customs Laboratory, Ministry of Finance (Japan) [presentation]

Session 5

Thinking outside the box – innovative solutions for better border management

  • Detection Technology in Support of the Programme Global Shield, Mr Brian Davis, Supervisory Special Agent, Homeland Security and Investigations, US Department of Homeland Security (Belgium) [presentation]
  • Australian Smart Gate and PNR, Mr Terry Wall, National Manager, Passenger Targeting Branch, Australian Customs and Border Protection [presentation]
  • Container Control Programme, Mr Ian Munro, Law Enforcement Advisor, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (Austria) [presentation]

Day 3

Keynote address

  • Public Private Partnership between Customs and Logistics Industry in Enhancing Border Protection and Security Through Leveraging Technology and Risk Management, Mr Lok Hwee Chong, Chair, Customs Facilitation Working Committee, CAPEC [presentation]

Session 6

Responding to future opportunities and challenges

  • Customs Border Risk Management of KCS: Suspicious Vessel, Cargo, Persons Tracking System, Mr. Lim Jhong Duck, Assistant Director, Customs Border Surveillance Division, Korean Customs Service [presentation]
  • The Future of Air Cargo Security, Mr Frederic Leger, Head, Cargo Business Process & Standards, IATA (Canada) [presentation]
  • Customs - Indispensable Role in Promoting Trade Facilitation with Technology & Innovation, Mrs Rongyan Sun, Deputy Director General, China Customs [presentation]
  • NII Innovation in the Netherlands with the Help of R&D, Mr Joris Groeneveld, Co-ordinator, X-ray Scanning and Radiation Detection, Dutch Tax and Customs Administration [presentation]