Lit San Leandro + Cal State Univ - East Bay

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Over the last semester (2012), Lit San Leandro engaged in a special learning opportunity with our ongoing friends at California State University-East Bay in Hayward. We worked with Professor David Murray's Business School class on Management of Risk and Insurance (FIN 3360). Prof. Murray's class worked in eight different groups and interest areas, looking at the present and future environment for Lit San Leandro's ongoing work--creating a new fiber-based communications network for our City. The teams wound up their class projects with a set of presentations and reports. Read more: http://litsanleandro.com/2013/01/learning-from-our-students/

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Lit San Leandro + Cal State Univ - East Bay

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  3. 3. 10 most important amenities•  School•  Community Centers•  Public Transportation•  Restaurant/Bars•  Urban Housing/ Condo•  Gym•  Library•  Shopping Malls•  Parks•  Marina- Water Activities
  4. 4. What can be done?• Risk Avoidance• Risk Reduction• Risk Intention• Assessing past events of San Leandro/other cities and planning the future!• Adopting Insurance programs and other facilities including tight security, insurance for property damages, adapt programs that secure online theft and introduce other insurance policies.
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  9. 9. Abdullah AlammarNinjbadgar BayasgalanMichael TanKris AbillePatrick ClarkAnte Lovric
  10. 10. LIT SAN LEANDRO FIBER OPTIC LOOPAND EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION Group 6Jawad Sultan, Trung Nguyen,Yen Dam, Jamila Saleh, Chris Kaslin, Kim SungHo, Jin Ming Chang.
  11. 11. BART’S EMERGENCY PLAN !  Safety is Top Priority !  100+ generators ready !  Emergency Supply Stores !  “Desk Procedure” !  Employee head count !  BART passengers safety !  Damage report
  12. 12. METROPOLITANTRANSPORTATIONCOMMISSION
  13. 13. Ranking from Internal to ExternalProduct Liability Unethical Material Shortage Loss of intellectual Accounting property/key Practices personnelWorkers’ Underestimated IT System Failures Poor TechnologyCompensation Cost DecisionsClaimsGeneral Liability Inaccurate Financial Utilities Failures Inexperience in Forecasts (Overest. (i.e. installation of industry (fiber Revenues) machinery) optics)Power Outage Debt/Credit Rating Logistics-provided Lawsuits failuresNatural Disasters Change in Gov’t Difficulties in Negative Media(i.e. thunderstorms) regulations/taxes accessibility CoverageTerrorism & Economic Recession Government New/ForeignSabotage restrictions Competitors
  14. 14. TEAM # 8 PROJECT Team members:Shekiba Gauhary, Thao Hua, Danielle Kuykendall, Loi Nguyen, Natalie Shepard, Ranjit Singh, Jessica Tobar Suggested Funding Sources For Lit San Leandro Project 1
  15. 15. FUNDING SOURCES•  ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY VENTURE•  CALIFORNIA CLEAN ENERGY FUND•  US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE)•  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE – BTOP (NTIA)•  LIGHTSPEED VENTURE PARTNERS•  CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION 3
  16. 16. US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ( EOD)1.  Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)/ Three types of Funding. •  Funding availability of $2.5 million •  Applications must be submitted by email at epscor@science.doe.gov2.  FY 2013 Continuation of Solicitation for the Office of Science - Financial Assistance Program •  Funding Opportunity Number: DE-FOA-0000768 •  $400 million funding is available and application is accepted annually •  Close date: September 30, 20133.  Small Business Innovation (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Funding opportunities •  Phase I : $150,000/ Application. Close date: February 5, 2013 •  Phase II: $1,000,000/ Application. Close date: September 4, 2013. 3

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