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Summer Meeting • August 30 – September 1, 2005. Infrastructure Security Leveraging the ITS Experience Base. Presented at ITS America Commercial Vehicle and Mobility Forum. K.K Saxena, CCP Principal Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. [email protected]

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Infrastructure security leveraging the its experience base

Summer Meeting • August 30 – September 1, 2005

Infrastructure SecurityLeveraging the ITS Experience Base

Presented at

ITS America Commercial Vehicle and Mobility Forum

K.K Saxena, CCP

Principal Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

[email protected]


The security era agencies needs and technologies
The Security Era:Agencies, Needs and Technologies

  • Airports

  • Ports

  • Utility Owners

    • Water, sewer, electric and gas

  • D.O.T.s

  • Counties

  • Cities


Typical security needs
Typical Security Needs

  • Perimeter Security

  • Access Control; Card Control, Key Control

  • Video Monitoring

  • Chemical, BIO, Radiation Detection

  • Vehicle Monitoring


Security its parallel processes

Infrastructure Security

Vulnerability Assessment

Needs Analysis

Emergency Response Plan

Security Enhancement Plan

Concept Design: Alternatives, Costs

Infrastructure/Communication Design

Devices: Sensors, detectors, cameras, signs & controllers

Data Processing, Automation of Operator Function

Status Displays, Video Walls,Web-based

ITS

Feasibility Studies

Needs Analysis

Incident Management Plan

ITS Master Plan

Concept of Operations

Complete PS & E Package

Devices: Sensors, detectors, cameras, signs & controllers

Data Processing, Automation of Operator Function

Status Displays, Video Walls,Web-based

Security & ITS: Parallel Processes


Infrastructure security project typical steps
Infrastructure Security ProjectTypical Steps

  • Vulnerability Assessment

  • Emergency Response Plan

  • Needs Analysis

  • Security Enhancement Plan/ Concept of Operations

    ― Alternatives Analysis

  • Concept Design

    ― Deployment Costs

    ― O & M Costs

  • Infrastructure/Communications Design

  • Devices, Sensors, Detectors, Cameras, Signs, Controllers

  • Data Processing, Automation of Operator Functions

  • Status Displays, Video Walls, Web-based distribution


Examples of cross over technology experience
Examples of Cross-Over Technology Experience

  • Water System Vulnerability Assessments

    • 4 in Texas; 3 in California

  • Miami International Airport Security

  • Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles

  • Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport Security

  • Port of Miami Security

  • Sky Harbor (Phoenix) Airport Security

  • City of Phoenix Water Utility System

  • Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA)


Miami international airport perimeter security
Miami International Airport Perimeter Security

  • Telecommunications Master Plan Update

  • 18 Technology Assessments and Deployments

  • Integration of Multiple Technologies at Interim and Final Center

  • Field and Operations Center Deployments


Long beach port of los angeles
Long Beach – Port of Los Angeles

  • Communications Master Plan

  • Container Tracking

  • Commercial Vehicle Operations

  • CMS/DMS

  • CCTV

  • Network Integrations

  • Construction Oversight


Fort lauderdale executive airport security
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport Security

  • Telecommunications Master Plan

  • 6-mile Fiber Communications Network

  • 42 CCTV Cameras

  • 28 Security Gate Sites

  • Interim Control Center Upgrade




Port of miami security
Port of Miami Security

  • Update 3-year-old Security Plan

  • Complete Gate Access Control System for 76 Entryways; Terminals 3,4,5

  • Design New Access Control System Terminal D,E,F

  • Complete Port-wide Communications Plan

  • Waterside Surveillance

  • Training


Enabling technologies experience
Enabling Technologies Experience

  • Wide Area Network

  • World-Class Technology and Standards

  • Large Network Design and Implementation

  • Systematic Approach

  • Infrastructure and Architecture

  • Redundancy and Fail-over

  • Operations and Configurations

  • Routers and Switches (Cisco, Nortel)

  • Fiber Optics

  • SONET/Frame Relay/ATM/Ethernet

  • Voice Over IP


Agencies benefit from the its experience base
Agencies Benefit from the ITS Experience Base

  • Familiarity with process

  • Familiarity with Federal regulations

  • Technical Savvy – what works, what does not

  • Open system architecture, modular design

  • Systems engineering, system management approach

  • O&M Issues, need for automation

  • Cost – Effective System Design

  • Rapid Deployment



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