Print Email Facebook Twitter Checkpoint of the Future: A UML-based Framework for Design and Analysis Title Checkpoint of the Future: A UML-based Framework for Design and Analysis Author De Graaf, R.A.H. Contributor Van Gulijk, C. (mentor) Warnier, M.E. (mentor) Reniers, G.L.L.M.E. (mentor) Faculty Technology, Policy and Management Department Values, Technology and Innovation Programme Management of Technology/Safety and Security Science Date 2014-03-10 Abstract This paper contributes to the design of the background check and ID verification process of the Checkpoint of the Future. Criminal actions and terrorist attacks have led to increased security measures that have put strain on both airport resources and the processing rate of passengers in security lanes. The ‘Checkpoint of the Future’ has to reduce checkpoint security queues, lower airport costs, and maintain or even improve current security standards. In the mean time, it should improve passenger’s perception of safe travelling. The Future Checkpoint Design Framework developed in this research provides a theory based structured approach to identify design limitations for the background check and ID verification part of the Checkpoint of the Future. The Object Oriented Analysis and Design method together with the UML modeling technique are used to translate requirements to a Future Checkpoint Design Framework that includes the design limitations derived from these requirements This is achieved by creating different UML modeling diagrams for each of the corresponding steps of the engineering design cycle chosen for the design approach. The developed Future Checkpoint Design Framework illustrates design limitations in the UML diagrams based on law and regulations, as a consequence of these restrictions the resulting components for the future design show many similarities to the current system. Subject Checkpoint of the FutureFuture Checkpoint Design FrameworkUML modelingIATAAviation SecurityEngineering Design To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:de3f0ac0-3941-4ebf-966d-558b2399da6a Embargo date 2014-03-10 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2014 De Graaf, R.A.H.