Briefing on Capitol Hill Hosted in Cooperation With the Congressional Smart Cities Caucus

Thursday, June 27th

Capitol Hill – 2045 Rayburn House Office Building

About the Session

As more U.S. cities realize benefits from smart city initiatives, it is important for local officials and policymakers to ensure comprehensive planning promotes security and resiliency. Held in coordination with the Congressional Smart Cities Caucus, this briefing examines the supporting role of security technologies within the broader framework of sensors in smart city ecosystems, and how they can be leveraged to support public safety, increase situational awareness, enhance emergency response and provide real-time information during natural disasters

Presented By

Ross Bourgeois
Administrator, Public Safety Support Services, Real-Time Crime Center
City of New Orleans
George Brown
IT Manager, Real-Time Crime Center
City of New Orleans
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke (D-NY
U.S. Representative (D-NY)
United States House of Representatives
Legislative Fellow
Office of Congresswoman Yvette Clarke
Rob Hicks
Legislative Director
Office of Congresswoman Susan Brooks
Joe Hoellerer
Senior Manager of Government Relations
Security Industry Association
Kevin Taylor
Senior BDM for Smart Cities
Axis Communications