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Safety Planning & Response for the Rail Boom’s Second Coming
With sustainability demands on the rise, rail traffic is projected to double by 2050 to curb carbon emissions and road congestion. While this is great news for rail, more traffic means more security concerns. In this session, we’ll discuss how rail networks can address issues like overcrowding and unplanned disruptions using an integrated, proactive strategy for threat detection, assessment and response. We’ll also cover the benefits of 3D surveillance, the four elements of a successful security strategy, and tips to reduce unplanned rail disruptions and restore service faster.

Learning Objectives:
• Understanding what 3D surveillance is and how it applies to rail
• The 4 key elements of a successful security and surveillance strategy
• Tips to consider when planning and implementing a security and surveillance strategy

Dec 9, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jack Williams
Director, Industry & Portfolio Marketing @Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial Division
As the Director of Industry and Portfolio Marketing at Hexagon, Jack is a visionary leader that drives forward innovation by leveraging his 18+ years of experience working with high-growth technology companies in both start-up and large-scale corporate environments. As a leader in transformative technology solutions in the public safety, security, and geospatial market, his experience is the direct result of a career trajectory comprised of hands-on software development, strategic business development, product lifecycle management, and R&D leadership experiences. This experience continues to be a big benefit when communicating and establishing positive collaborations with Engineers, Sales, Customers, and other cross-functional professionals that are critical to a successful product lifecycle from ideation to launch. Jack has a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from Fairmont St. University and an Executive MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.