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Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
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Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation
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Rob Welton, Siemens, Powerpoint Presentation

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Rob Welton from Siemens Power Point presentation from the Fox Theatre Institute's 2012 Fall Seminar on Venue Emergency Preparedness.

Rob Welton from Siemens Power Point presentation from the Fox Theatre Institute's 2012 Fall Seminar on Venue Emergency Preparedness.

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  • 1. Safe Cities –“Share the Awareness”Safety and security as enablers to better protect people and property Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Safe CitiesWhere do you start? Local International 10-17-2012 “Occupy” movement around the world Attack on Federal Reserve Bank NYC Thwarted A suspect has been arrested for allegedly plotting to attack the Federal Reserve building in New York City on Wednesday. ABC reports federal authorities and NYPD foiled his plans with an organized sting operation in which the man parked a van he thought was carrying explosives near the Lower Manhattan building. The man then attempted to set off the fake explosives from the Millenium Hotel using a cell phone. Sources say an undercover agent provided the man with the explosives after meeting online. The FBI has identified the suspect as a 21-year-old from Bangladesh. The man lives inLong Island and is believed to have acted alone. Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 2 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 3. “…the responsibility for city development ultimately falls to city authorities. And they, in turn, cannot succeed without the support of the private sector and society in general. “ Dr. Joan Clos Executive Director of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) Extract from an interview conducted by Evelyn Runge for Siemens Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 3 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 4. Safe CitiesAt the heart of the Sustainable City vision The Sustainable City… …needs the Safe City, to  Attract and retain the best citizens (skilled,  Inclusive law-abiding, productive)  Reduce social inequalities (right to live and feel safe)  Show commitment to solving burning issues  Responsible  Enable responsible energy initiatives to gain acceptance and a higher priority.  Reassure investors and industries that they  Competitive have a long-term and safe future in the city  Support the industries that depend on city„s attractiveness (tourism, education,research…) Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 4 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 5. Safe Cities An all encompassing environment requires a holistic strategyThe complexity of the Safe City landscape requires proactive and agile planning andmanagement tools, and know-how of the city critical industries, infrastructure and users City Infrastructure Energy Transport Communications Safe City City Operators Key Elements Law Enforcers Service Providers Infrastructure (Fire, Police, etc.) (medical, waste mgt., etc.) Operators (utilities) City Users Inhabitants Visitors Businesses (People) (People) (People & Infras.) * Source: the rise of Safe Cities, Frost & Sullivan, June 2011 Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved. Page 5 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 6. Safe Cities The need for a long-term and holistic view  Positive trend towards increasing prevention  However, prevention alone cannot fully address the complete risk landscape  Detection, Response and Recovery from events should not be neglected in times of lean budgets CopyrightSource: Megacity Challenges – a survey of 522 stakeholders spread across 25 cities - Sponsored by Siemens © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved. Page 6 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 7. Safe CitiesAddressing 3 high visibility, high impact city challenges Public-Private Partnership Public City Incident buildings Transportation Management & Critical InfrastructureHigh visibility At the heart of city life Highly publicized when goes wrong Disruptions to service continuity and efficiency have far reaching High impact economic, social and political consequencesCriticality for Require a strong safety and security foundation to cope with future new technologies, processes and collaboration modelsdevelopments Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 7 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 8. Incident ManagementLeveraging security technology and services Know more Identify – Visualize – Analyze Incident Management Real-time decision support Plan better Intervene faster Optimize – Enforce – Measure Mobilize – Collaborate – Resolve Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 8 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 9. A City is a Collection of Services and Facilities…Public and Privatewww.siemens.com/urbanization Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved. Page 10 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 10. A Safer City Integrates and Coordinates Information from Public and Private Sources PerimeterFire detection Evacuation Automated Danger Identity Video Command security andand alarming systems extinguishing management Management surveillance & Control intrusion Fire Safety Security Threat Monitoring, Dispatch, and Resource Management ServicesLife cycle Alarm management and System maintenance Knowledge servicesmanagement outsourcing/out-tasking Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved. Page 11 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 11. Get the Word Out!!When bad things happen- Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 12. “A System of Systems” Goal is to Simplify Emergency Dispatch and Notification  Create an “Easy Button” experience for end users  Incorporate voice capabilities from existing fire panels  Integrate digital signage across the facility for visual communications  Communicate with various other security systems Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 13. Mass Notification – Reach Them All Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 14. Need for Emergency Communications Columbine Workplace Shootings violence SoCal Virginia Wildfires Tech Shootings Attack on 9/11 US Embassy & Terrorist Hurricane Army Barracks Attacks Katrina Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 15. Effective Emergency CommunicationsMost Commonly Referred to As „Mass Notification‟ Inform or Notify – Building occupants and key personnel are alerted to WHAT is happening and WHERE it is occurring Provide Instruction – Notification is only effective if it gives direction on how to act or what to do Verify – Critical communications require verification that messages are heard, understood and acted upon Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 16. Siemens Building TechnologiesCore Business Applications HVAC Security Critical Building Communications Automation Technologies Fire Safety Energy & Environmental Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 17. Mass Notification Overview Leverage the three communication environments… Inside Outside At Your SideEmergency PA / Intercom Giant Voice PDAsOperations Video Screens Loud Speakers Mobile Phones Fire Panels EMS / Police Laptops Desktop Computers Video Screens SMS / MMS Telephones Sirens IM Chat LED Displays Radio broadcast Email Indoor radio systems Indoor pager systems Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 18. Flexibility to Meet Your Emergency Plan WHY WHO WHAT WHEN HOW Person Text Automatic text-to-text Department LED Displays Manual text-to-voice Group Flat panel displays Immediate voice-to-voice Organzation PC Alert Delayed live voice Site E-mail Scheduled ad hoc Access level Pager pre-determined Cell Phone one-way Smart Phone two-way Voice confirmation Fire Voice Speakers conference PA Speakers Land Phone Land Phone speakers Giant Voice CHEMICAL SPILL Outside PA Radio Tower Notify and instruct public. Cell phones Hand Held Radios Manage the incident. Multimedia Provide information for feedback. Flat Panel Displays CCTV Flat Panel Displays PCs Documents, links Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 19. Safe Cities with the private sectorBuilding the sustainable city vision together The Sustainable city Leverage existing and newer technologies with services to:  Inclusive Turn safety and security into a “positive equalizer”  Reduce polarization - no more “wrong side of town”  Bring businesses closer to labor pools  Foster Community engagement initiatives  Responsible Make wise choices for the future (risks, desired outcome)  Support other City initiatives  Role in National security and economic wealth  Competitive Capitalize on positive communication:  Show efficiency improvements based on hard facts  Drive city funding and investments Copyright © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved.Page 21 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S
  • 20. Thank you for your attention! Rob Welton Siemens Infrastructure and Cities Sector National Business Development Manager Enterprise Security Solutions 215 Southport Drive Suite 900 Morrisville, NC 27560 Phone: 919-802-7787 E-mail: Thank You! robert.welton@siemens.com Copyright ©Industry, Inc. 2012. All rights reserved. © Siemens Siemens AG 2011.Page 22 June 2012 IC BT FSS ES S

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