Video is one of the most powerful sensors for delivering actionable, real-time information to Smart City applications – and in case of public safety, not only every single second but every single video image counts. To provide reliable and effective safety and security for a city, video sensors and efficient video analytics management is necessary in order to support city officials and employees in their everyday business – from parking to street lighting to public safety. In this fireside chat, Genetec and Sensity/Verizon will explore how video and IoT are transforming urban services, enhancing citizen experience and improving public safety for future and existing smart cities.
Director, Solutions Architect, Smart Communities at Verizon
Sean Holman joined Verizon through the acquisition of Sensity Systems by Verizon in October 2016. Sean was the Director of the Solutions Architecture team for Sensity, where he was responsible for technical innovation, design and partner application development.
Sean spent the five years before joining Sensity in clean tech with Opower. He joined the company early stage and helped it grow to a successful IPO, working in engineering, professional services, sales and business development roles. Most recently he managed a global Solutions Engineering team for the company. Prior to Opower, Sean worked in several other technology roles at ATG (acquired by Oracle), U.S. Department of State, and Sun Microsystems.
Sean has a BS in computer science from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Commercial Lead, Genetec
With over twenty of law enforcement and security experience, Jason Friedberg is an established expert in the realm of public safety and security, serving as a police chief, sheriff’s deputy, search & rescue team officer and emergency manager. After retiring from law enforcement, Mr. Friedberg has spent the past five years working in the technology field and is Commercial Lead for the Justice & Public Safety Application Group at Genetec.
Moderator: Doug Mojica
Manager, Solutions Engineer, Verizon
As a 15 year veteran of Verizon Doug Mojica has witnessed the incredible evolution and power of wireless networks. For the last 5 years, Doug has focused on Machine to Machine and Internet of Things connectivity. During this time he has collaborated with a broad range of businesses from Startup to Large Enterprise to integrate Verizon’s network with IoT hardware and solutions. Doug has a deep interest in the Internet of Things and how technology will impact our future.