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In light of today’s changing economic environment, many industry experts, US Congressmen and business leaders are calling for the privatization of airport security. Coupled with the recent row over new passenger screening methods, IS THE PRIVATIZATION OF AIRPORT SECURITY A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE?
The airport security now has a walk-through scanning machine that x-rays traveler's front and back. And if you refuse to pass through the new scanners.The agents are allowed to use fingers and the palms of their hands to feel around breasts and private area. So please stop by to tell me if you for or against the new airport security because I'm against the airport security touching all my body unless that's a woman touching and grabbing me.
Some of the biggest market applications for Biometrics include Physical Access Entry, Time and Attendance, as well as Single Sign On Solutions. However, Biometrics are also starting to boom into other industry sectors as well, such as airport security, construction/workforce management, and as we all know, mobile solutions as well. In today's radio show, we interview Mr. Neil Norman, CEO of Human Recognition Systems, based out of the United Kingdom. Human Recognition Systems has scored many firsts in the UK, such as:
*Implementing the use of "Iris at a Glance" technology;
*Deploying Biometrics across the correctional and penal system in the UK;
*Deploying Biometrics at a UK based airport;
*Also being the UK's first vendor to offer Multimodal Biometric Solutions.
Of course, we will be finding out first hand about many of these firsts, but also, we will hear about successful client implementations, and what lays ahead for Human Recognition Systems in the coming years.
Hear about the Gulen movement , Obama's failures in security abroad and at home, Islam in America, and other security matters of our time!
John Patrick Quirk is the author of a number of books and articles on national security and intelligence, including the CIA Entrance Examination, The Intelligence Community and the FBI Entrance Examination. He is also the author of the best-selling CIA: A Photographic History. He has recently written articles for the ABA's National Security Law Report: Latin America and New US National Security Concerns and a second article, New Targeting and Goals in National Security Matters. He has lived in Turkey, Venezuela, France, Russia, Jordan and Yugoslavia. He has also testified before the House Intelligence Committee on KGB matters. For several years, he taught a 14 week course on Intelligence and National Security at two universities and has lectured on Corporate Espionage at the California Bar Association. He also has also lectured for 12 years on the World's Intelligence Services at the prestigious Centre for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies in Paris. In 2013-2014 he lectured on national security topics at Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey. He divides his time between Boca Raton, Florida and Normandy, France.
I get asked all the time about what firearms people should procure for end of the world situations. First off, as you know, I consider "the end of the world scenarios" to be the last type scenario you should be preparing for, but it just so happens that most of the weapons I would suggest for the end of the world will also work in all of the most common self defense situations most people will face.
And the first thing you should know is that everyone's situation is going to be a bit different and because of that, suggestions for self and home defense may well also be different. There is no one size fits all that is going to work for everyone.
If you live in a home 70 miles from anywhere and anyone in the wilds of Montanna, your needs and your situation is going to be different than a person living in an apartment in downtown Houston.
What you are going to have to consider as possible "threats" which will have to be overcome may well be much different as well. You will not have to worry about an 800 pound grizzly bear in downtown Houston (barring an earthquake releasing zoo animals), and the family in Montana is more than probably not going to be worrying about immediate hordes of looters trying to break down their doors.
Everyone has a different level and type of threat and everyone has different levels of experience and familiarity with firearms.
Tonight we are going to discuss where you need to start thinking about your own situation and preparing for it when deciding on what type of firearm might be most usefull to you and yours in most home and self defense situations.
Be sure and call in with your comments and suggestions at 347-308-8790
Thanks, and hope to see you here!
Wednesday August 27th at 8PM Eastern Standard Time, 7 Central, 6 Mountain & 5 Pacific
My name is Lori Purdy Faitel and I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. And I am your host for THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS.I suffered a TBI many years ago, when I was 24 years old. As I speak to you I am 52 years old and very happy to share my age. Like many of us survivors of brain injury; I was clinically dead 3 times so…. it is proper to tell that I almost did not live to be 25, which makes being over 50 a blessing!
Back in the day, everything in my life was a dream come true. I was almost 25 years old, had a recent promotion in business which inspired me with dreams for my future, and I was attending college at night, I had recently moved out of my parents home for the first time, I had many friends and I was on the fast track to a future with the man I had been in love with for about 5 years. THEN on a beautiful sunny spring morning as I drove on the freeway to my job; a construction truck dropped bales of hay onto my windshield causing me to lose control of my car. I spun off the road and into cement construction material. From that point forward my dreams were taken away. I was diagnosed with a TBI, in a mild coma for 7 days and it took about 6 years of therapy and extensive study before I was able to function like an adult again. I understand that the world is not filled with happiness; But for an hour or so lets concentrate on things that help to create happiness.
My guest will be Scott Transue “I am a Non-Attorney Representative, so I would like to provide my contact information and website address during the show. I can also offer a free downloadable guide on tips for submitting a successful disability application to Social Security.”
I expect this show to have valuable information.
In the course of these radio shows, we have interviewed thus far two Biomeric Vendors whom specialize in scanning the eye for the purposes of verification and/or identification of an individual. So far, we have examined Sclera Recognition, as well as Iris Recognition. In today's interview, we interview Mr. Martin George, the CEO of Smart Sensors, LTD., based out of the United Kingdom. The UK can be considered the 'home' of Iris Recognition, as it was Dr. John Daugmann of the University of Cambridge whom developed the first set of commercial Iris Recognition algorithms. What sets Smart Sensors. LTD., today from the rest of the competition is that they are a 'one stop shop' for the customer wanting to use Iris Recognition technology. For example, they noy only offer various types of Iris Recognition hardware devices, but they also offer SDK's and database prototypes to meet the exacting needs of the customer. In this radio show, we learn from Mr. Martin George about their Iris Recognition products and services, what sets them apart from other Iris Recognition vendors, and what their plans and visions for the future are.
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