Israel is a zealous technology professional that is comfortable discussing the many facets of technology from splicing fiber optic cable to deploying a statewide data warehouse to discussing the advantages of Connected Vehicles hardware and software platforms. He has worked as a technician, designer, system engineer, and planner in various capacities and can install physical equipment, configure equipment, develop a complex scope of work (hardware and software development), budget large projects, or develop a strategic plan for complex organizations. Israel can effectively interact with transportation engineers (road, transit, and freeway engineers) about loops vs video detection and in the same breath discuss Storage Area Networks (SAN) or backup architectures with a network or systems manager.
Logical Infrastructure: Israel is skilled in the project management and deployment of data distribution systems such as a Central Data Warehouse (CDW), web services using XML / ASN.1, data visualization tools, and/or business intelligence infrastructure for performance measurement monitoring.
Physical Infrastructure: Israel is skilled in the planning, analysis, design, and implementation of video and dissimilar information systems using unlicensed wireless (900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, & 5.8 GHz), licensed wireless (800 MHz, 4.9 GHz, 5.9 GHz, or 18 GHz, etc), Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) infrastructure, Outside Plant telecommunications (SMFO and MMFO), or other standard communications technology over a long distances or large areas.
Hardware Specialties: Video and real-time data distribution over wireless, fiber optic infrastructure, leased lines, and cellular data communications over various latencies and bandwidths.
Software Specialities: Integration through web services, database architectures, three-tier security architecture, DSRC message architectures (MAP, SPaT, BSM, ICA, and RSA/TIM), performance monitoring systems, and business intelligence.