Government Vetting: CTC & SC, LOCOG accreditation. Permits: Passport to Depot, LU Access Card. Technical Project Manager with 17 years’ safety critical systems and integration experience rolling out multi-million pounds projects. Telecommunications, Radio Systems, Security, CCTV Systems, SCADA, Integrated Management Systems and Internet of Things (IoT), clients both Private and Public Sector. Managing multidisciplinary team, suppliers and contractors. Specialties: Agile PM (pending), NEC3 Contract Management, Change Management, Stakeholder Management, Quality, Compliance, CDM, Requirements Capture, Method Statement, Business Case, Safety Case, GRIP, V-Model, ALARP, Yellow Book, Risk Register, RAM, EMC/EMI, FAT/SAT, Commissioning, English Heritage Listed Building. Working knowledge of Prince 2, DOORS and blesser of cats. Ex-Royal Corps of Signals (TA) National Fallback, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. Twitter: @NodeSystems E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org TED: www.ted.com/profiles/2627034 FB: www.facebook.com/nodesystems/ Bitcoin address: 13gEECwWyYGTo8baqysp3jpckpZxERWDM8Locked Pro Plan feature
Manage the implementation of the Directors efficiency drive: Investigated successfully complex issues; Plan and Implement business change. Cost Engineering, Requirement Specification, Business Case and Tender. Managing System Risk, Assurance, RAM: predict and forecast – maintenance, liaise within other TFL businesses. Labour force morale, training and tooling- implement behavioural change to established practices. Author – Work Instruction (revamp) and Test Specification of components. Managing supply chains and independent testing of components. Managing feasibility trial. *Steps To Work - Providing Disability Positive Work Placement
Seconded to Transport for London (DLR) *Telecoms Asset stabilisation *Upgrades PA/VA, CIS/PIS, PHP, Tunnel Telephone, Tunnel Radio, Radio VoIP Command and Control Systems, Radio Coverage, SCADA. *Compliance, Assurance and Governance *Authoring Requirements Specification *Authoring Company Standards *Bid/Tender reviewer *Stakeholders and Delivery Projects: -Canning Town St – CIS/PIS new displays and GUI (Way finding and reduction in dell time). -Banks St - Tunnel Telephone System, Tunnel Radio System. -Control Centres - VoIP Radio Command and Control System. -DLR wide - VoIP Passenger Help Point (Emergency; Information button and induction loop). -DLR wide - Platform acoustic analysis and modelling. -DLR wide - Public Address / Voice Alarm Speaker replacement. Proposals/Initiatives: -DLR wide - Iterative replacement SCADA System. -DLR wide - Radio coverage analysis of encroaching 41 new 3rd party developments. -DLR wide - Asterisk VoIP PABX. -DLR wide - Video Help Points. Internet of Things (IoT): - Intelligent rack power distribution units (iPDUs) real-time remote power monitoring. - Demonstration remote wireless Toxic Gas Sensors. - Demonstration remote wireless Gas, Light, Heat, Humidity Sensor. - Demonstration Quad Copter with HD Camera. Transport for London (London Overground) *Rolling Stock requirements for passenger WIFI, 3G, 4G-LTE, 5G mobile phone coverage
Disaster Management Mobile Phone Network - to investigate the feasibility of utilising open source software, battery operated rucksack portable emergency GSM/3G/4G localised network. Lubuntu (Linux) Notebook http://lubuntu.net GNU Radio DSP http://gnuradio.org/redmine/ Software defined radio HackRF http://greatscottgadgets.com/hackrf/ USRP http://www.ettus.com OPenBTS http://openbts.org Asterisk PABX/VoIP http://www.asterisk.org OpenBTS extremely powerful and has great potential for disaster management. HackRF and USRP - In the UK a licence is required to broadcast even during a disaster. Future research: (1) Making modification to broadcast in the UK Amateur Radio Licensed Bands (Callsign M1PUP / 2E1BXW) or ISM Band 2.4 Ghz or 5 GHz. (2) Connecting High Frequency long range radio to OpenBTS for country wide 'BackHaul' and/or phone patch. If anybody is working in this field get in touch.
(Part time) Electronic Engineering Department, University of Hertfordshire