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MAY 2017

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13 #ESXEXPO | REGISTER AT ESXWEB.COM | JUNE 13-16, NASHVILLE, TN | ESX 2017 Carey Lohrenz Wednesday, June 14 | 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM OPENING KEYNOTE LUNCHEON Sponsored by: Media Sponsor: VIDEO SURVEILLANCE — FOCUSING ON EVIDENCE Friday, June 16 | 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM The ultimate consumer of high-tech video surveillance systems is the Trier of Fact. Whether judge or a jury, the right video evidence may ultimately determine an outcome in a court of law. Just imagine how audio, images and metadata are displayed in the courtroom and how these powerful assets can change the lives of individuals and companies alike. D. Miles Brissette, attorney for Gill & Brissette and Co-Founder of the 3rd Chair Family of Companies: Digital Forensics, Technologies and Investigations, will highlight myths vs. facts surrounding the use of surveillance video in the courtroom. As a former Chief Prosecutor of the Forensic and Technical Service Unit in the District Attorney's Office, he will underscore the requirements for presenting video evidence. They aren't as absolute as most believe. As members of the surveillance community, working with law enforcement has always been a given. In this presentation, Miles will talk about the relationship with law enforcement and how the electronic security and life safety industry can do a better job of focusing on the most important system design element for surveillance. PUBLIC SAFETY LUNCHEON As the first female F-14 Fighter Pilot in the U.S. Navy, Carey Lohrenz knows what it takes to win in one of the highest pressure, extreme environments imaginable. In 1994, when Carey "Vixen" Lohrenz was deployed to the USS Abraham Lincoln, there were fewer than 5 female aviators on a ship of 5,000 male crew members. Facing uncharted waters in an intensely male-dominated environment, Lohrenz learned vital lessons in leadership that followed her into the corporate world. The most successful leaders share a common foundation of principles used from the flight deck to the front office. The greatest leaders from all corners of the world know how to inspire, use good judgment, take initiative and make powerful decisions – with integrity. In this keynote, Carey shares the fundamentals that helped her win in the cockpit at Mach 2, and can help your team win in business: Be a Catalyst: Make change happen by focusing on what matters most Be Tenacious: Overcome your fear of failure Be Committed to Excellence: Prepare, Execute, and Debrief to accomplish seemingly impossible missions every day Be Resilient: Turn adversity into success

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