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Air travel and aviation security are fascinating topics, including for children and young people. With its educational programme EASC strong for STEM (EASC stark für MINT), the EASC e.V. is committed to education in the field of air travel and aviation security, and seeks to inspire young people, especially girls, to want to learn more about these topics. The acronym STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (MINT in German).
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As a neutral research partner for projects in the field of air safety and security, we are advancing the topics of secure and sustainable aviation and developing innovative security concepts and solutions to establish confidence across Europe.
› Changing mobility requirements and new technologies, such as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and drones, represent great challenges for aviation. Safe and secure aviation is also extremely important for the economy and for society as a whole in Germany and Europe. The European Aviation Security Center e.V. (EASC e.V.) initiates, researches, moderates and analyses important independent research and development projects for sustainable aviation security in European and international aviation.
A RESEARCH AND COMMUNICATION PLATFORM FOR SECURITY IN AVIATION SINCE 2008
EASC e.V. is a non-profit organisation that was founded in May 2008. It works together with companies, research institutes, universities and public authorities with the following objectives:
› To establish and moderate research and development projects (R&D projects) concerning secure aviation and to analyse the risks and opportunities for new procedures
› To develop and configure training concepts for security personnel
› To provide a neutral communication platform for everyone involved in aviation security
› To establish a research and validation center at Schönhagen Airport (near Berlin), specialising in aviation security
Through these activities, participating partners can strengthen their position at the European level and can participate in innovative civil security research. ‹