Drone surveillance aircraft learn to communicate 5G to other Drones; and solving the Shoe Bomber. Douglas Smith, Plymouth Rock Techologies.

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ImagePlymouth Rock House, Cole's Hill, Portico over Plymouth Rock
DateUnknown date
Sourcehttps://collections.carli.illinois.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/nby_teich/id/23421
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ollectionDetroit Publishing Company Collection
Decade1910/1919
PlaceMassachusetts--Plymouth
CityPlymouth
SubjectHistoric sites Architecture
SubcategoryHistoric, Other--Landmarks Architecture--Misc.Public Bldg.
Production NumberDPC81394

Drone surveillance aircraft learn to communicate 5G to other Drones; and solving the Shoe Bomber. Douglas Smith, Plymouth Rock Techologies.

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DOUGLAS SMITH
Chairman
Douglas has spent the last 25 years serving at the highest levels of government in national security and the private sector. and is a serial entrepreneur having helped start numerous companies. Smith brings to Kent over two decades of global experience in government relations, business development, communications, coalition building, public policy, and creating and managing public-private partnerships among Federal, State and local governments, and private industry. He has managed large-scale special projects and initiatives both within and outside of government.
Douglas was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve as the Assistant Secretary for the Private Sector at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  In this role, Douglas advised the Secretary on the impact of the Department's policies, regulations, and processes globally on millions of private sector companies, universities, and not-for-profits institutions. Douglas was responsible for coordinating seamless private sector engagement across all 22 of DHS’s divisions including the Secret Service, Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Smith served as the Department's representative on the President's Travel and Tourism Advisory and Export Promotion Boards, the White House Business Council, the President’s Job Council and the World Economic Forum Risk Officers Community.  Under his leadership, the office has dramatically expanded its global footprint resulting in Assistant Secretary Smith leading delegations throughout the United States and to over 20 countries in support of strengthening the global supply chain and promoting the Department’s position of “global security equalling economic security”.  In the wake of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Assistant Secretary Smith headed an interagency team coordinating emergency response and supporting international commerce to keep the global supply chain moving.
Prior to his appointment at DHS, Douglas was the Managing Partner of T Street Partners, where he provided clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to philanthropic and not-for-profit organizations with strategic counsel and public affairs consulting. During his time with T Street, Douglas successfully managed the winning campaign for the City of Chicago to be the U.S. Designate City for the 2016 Olympics.
Douglas came to T Street Partners from Leo Burnett Worldwide, where as a Vice President and account manager, he managed the then-new "Army of One" public relations/public affairs account for the U.S. Army.
During the Clinton-Gore Administration, Douglas served in a variety of positions including as Deputy Press Secretary as well as Director of Special Projects for Secretary Andrew Cuomo at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and then as the traveling Press Secretary for Secretary Rodney Slater at the Department of Transportation. He was also responsible for helping to manage the 50th Anniversary of NATO in Washington, D.C.
Douglas began his career in Thailand where he started an import/export company and was a frequent contributing author to Thai business magazines.
Douglas is a graduate of Beloit College where he received a bachelor's degree in international relations and Asian studies. While at Beloit, he also earned a degree from the School for International Training in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Douglas is a frequent public speaker both domestically and internationally and regularly appears on national television as an expert on national security and crisis management.