Scott T. Olson
EAA # 99884
YE Pilot # 04
AOPA # 05211496
Scott has served
Adm. David Stone
EAA Vice President
of Government Relations Doug Macnair held an introductory meeting with
new acting Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator
Rear Adm. David Stone Wednesday (January 14) in Washington, D.C.
Scott Olson testifies Dec. 15th, 2004 at Minnesota State Capital, Senate
Sub Aviation Committee on General Aviation Security and tries to bring
TSA, MNDOT and MAC together to demonstrate Best Practices for GA Security
and "First Fifty" introduced by Senator Mike Jungbaur. Presents
IFR vs. VFR White Paper
Scott Olson presents Workshop on Security technologies Nov. 19th, 2004
at FAA Great Lakes Region to explain Access Control, Digital Video Recording,
CCTV and Video Surveillance, Biometrics, RFID, RFDC and Wireless Internet
connectivity and use of handheld PDA's.
Small business jets come into the market place.
Scott T. Olson: Bio for Aviation related
Scott Olson is a Systems Integration Manager and Technology
Advisor specializing in Aviation Security Technologies. He is responsible
for quality of systems used for U.S. Visit, Department of Homeland
Security and TSA projects including access control, surveillance
and identification verification for General Aviation.
Scott's 28 years experience and extensive knowledge
of bar code, RFID, biometrics and other data collection technologies
have earned him the reputation among the most respected experts
in the field. In this regard, government, universities, associations,
small business and Fortune 500 corporations routinely engage him
to author training course materials.
His book and workshops on systems integration tools
and techniques for data collection are well valued by public and
private sectors. As an aircraft owner, pilot, and aviation enthusiast,
Scott has complemented his professional background with expertise
in management, operations and technologies specifically related
to security and productivity for the aviation industry.
While still in high school he was assembling photo
electronic controls. During college he installed video surveillance
cameras, CCTV and maintained passenger arrival/departure monitors
at MSP airport and earned his pilot license . He has since gained
knowledge in aircraft electrical and mechanical processes, tolerances,
safety, reliability and quality, and applied this expertise to restoration
of antique classic airplanes.
His initiative to introduce Northwest Airlines and
IATA to bar code Systems resulted in present day Code 39 standard
for all passenger boarding documents. Scott continues his commitment
and dedication to improving security and productivity of General
Scott introduced Northwest Airlines and IATA to
bar code systems resulting in present day Code 39 standard for
all passenger boarding documents. Scott sold the first bar code
labor information system to NWA for referbishing 747's
Laser Data Command, Inc.
Inventors of PassProŽ
secure passenger boarding & bag-match system. A security solution
using using cost efficient 2-D bar code and biometric technologies
to ensure passengers and accurate bagmatch are locatable from
the moment of check-in through arrival at the destination airport.
Scott hosted TSA at
AirVenture 2004 on GA Airport Security and introduced IP-A001
Scott designed event
control and security for SS1 and other significant flights for Civilian
Flight Test Center at Mohave Dessert
Scott introduced PDF417 2D bar code symbol
below to LDC for the invention of PassProŽ
10 years ago. Below in the bar code symbol is Scott's color image
(photograph), fingerprint and other secure information. When scanned
this bar code proves you are who you say you are and cannot be counterfieted,
swapped or stolen and used for identification by anybody else. It
is the proposed standard for the Registered Traveler pilot
and the new Pilot Licenses.
Scott created this Cockpit below to present Real Time
Management to industry professionals