Tony Tyler, who heads up the International Air Transport Association, told a crowd at the AVSEC World conference in New York Tuesday that aviation security has to focus on results -- not processes. The Checkpoint of the Future initiative, which continues in pilot phase, focuses on better deploying resources and incorporating data usage. "We are not advocating for profiling based on religion or ethnicity. And we are not proposing infringements on privacy. But we can use existing information more effectively," Tyler said.
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