Public Safety Summit
Live Demo: Response to Active Shooter Threat

Kansas City, MO | March 29 -31, 2016

The Smart City Tech Summit is the only national event that focuses on public safety and the role of technology to create smart solutions to combat domestic terrorism and active shooter threats.

Hosted by

Sponsors

BAE Systems

BAE Systems

March 11, 2016

TrackaPhone

TrackaPhone

March 10, 2016

AllSource Analysis

AllSource Analysis

March 1, 2016

EDC KC

EDC KC

February 26, 2016

Elite ISI

Elite ISI

February 26, 2016

KC Next

KC Next

February 26, 2016

Downtown Council of Kansas City

Downtown Council of Kansas City

February 26, 2016

World Wide Technology

World Wide Technology

February 26, 2016

KC Living Lab

KC Living Lab

February 26, 2016

AOS

AOS

February 26, 2016

Supporter

Smarter Technology For Safer Communities

For every city, organization and citizen around the world, one thing is very clear: the threat of domestic terrorism and an active shooter incident is very real.

Public terrorist attacks like Paris or San Bernardino, public infrastructure attacks like the lesser known “Metcalf Electrical Substation Sniper Attack” in San Jose, and the 161 school shootings that have occurred since 2013 all serve as violent reminders of how important it is to maintain public safety.

Technology plays a major role in helping detect and manage these threats. Selecting the right public safety technology is critical, but has never been more difficult due to rapid technology advances through innovation, new lessons learned from real life incidents and being able to properly assess your security risks in an era of dynamic and evolving security threats.

2015 Active Shooter Incidents. “It is important, too, that training & exercises include not only an understanding of the threats faced but also the risks & Options available in shooter incidents.” – U.S. Department of Justice/FBI, A Study of Active Shooter Incidents in the US between 2000 & 2013.

Speakers

John Penn II

Keynote Speaker - Adobe Systems

Mike Grigsby

Kansas City Missouri Police Department

Stephen A. Wood

AllSource Analysis

Ken Carter

AllSource Analysis

Aaron Deacon

KC Digital Drive

Casey Adams

KC Drone Company

Kari Keefe

Kansas City Social Innovation Center

Kevin R. Brock

Public Safety Entrepreneur

Bob Bennett

City of Kansas City, Missouri

Isaiah Blackburn

Machine Halo

Cliff Thomas

Cisco Systems

Phil Derry

TrackaPhone

Herb Sih

Think Big Partners

James Spicuzza

CrisisGo

Darren Xu

Smart Cities Council

Mike Mainthow

Smart City Media

Chief Londell Jamerson

Metropolitan Community College Police Department

Kim Hull

Turn-Key Mobile

Peter DiSalvo

DataCapable

Aaron Attebery

Black & Veatch

Christine Murray

Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce

David Rowe

ECCO Select

Stephen Miller

Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission

Alan Fairless

SpiderOak

Keith Stern

WWT Asynchrony Labs

Dave Dock

City of Olathe

Syrus Mesdaghi

Prominent Edge

John M. Douglass

Shawnee Mission School District

Drew Fisher

BAE Systems

Captain Daniel Gates

Kansas City Missouri Police Department

Chief Randy Hopkins

Rockhurst University

Who Should Attend

Government Officials & Law Enforcement

Learn how smart technologies can:

  • Reduce costs and complexities of public safety
  • Evaluate technologies to combat domestic terrorism and active shooter threats
  • Protect citizens from future incidents
  • Learn new best practices

Technology Providers

Take hold of the opportunity to:

  • Engage with today’s decision makers who are in public safety and security
  • Showcase the power of your technology solutions
  • Discover new customer security needs
  • Expand your network and develop new partnerships

Organizations With Security Needs

Schools and other high profile targets:

  • Find technology solutions to fit your unique needs
  • Share knowledge through cross industry collaboration
  • Understand new lessons learned from experts
  • Identify holes in your current security plan

LIMITED TIME SALE
Thanks to our top sponsors, the next 50 tickets purchased are $80 off. Thank you to Cisco and Adobe for sponsoring.

Reserve Your Summit Pass

General Admission

$ 249

Ends Mar 29, 2016

Government, Education & Law EnforcementHonoring Those Who Serve

$ 149

Ends Mar 29, 2016

Group Rates

* Discounts Available

Groups of 6 +

The Epicenter of Smart City Development

Kansas City, Missouri will be the host city for this event, which is home to one of the world’s largest Smart and Connected City public-private partnership projects. Kansas City’s expertise will allow attendees to gain additional knowledge of smart city best practices, Internet of Things technology insights and experience.

March 29
Think Big Event Space (1712 Main St)

March 30
Union Station Kansas City (30 W Pershing Rd)

March 31
KC Police Department Command Center (1125 Locust St)

Hotel Accommodations

 Hotel Phillips

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Call to Book - 816-346-4448
Mention ‘Think Big’.

Technology is creating new opportunities for innovation in public safety

This is a MUST ATTEND event for anyone who is making decisions related to public safety, in charge of managing the risks of domestic terrorism and active shooter scenarios or is looking to connect with the right people to make public safety technology decisions.

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