Cybersecurity Management: Driving Improved Resiliency in Public Transit and Beyond
In July 2022, I along with several members of the Grayline team co-authored a research report published by the Mineta Transportation Institute at San José State University entitled, “Aligning the Transit Industry and their Vendors in the Face of Increasing Cyber Risk: Recommendations for Identifying…
Urban Transport & Mobility in a Post-Pandemic World
One cannot overstate the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility. With everything from how we move to how we work and socialize impacted, governments worldwide made decisions that have significantly impacted individual mobility. Citizens’ mobility habits and behaviors have also seen drastic changes because…
Cybersecurity and Transportation: Is the Transit Industry Prepared?
The Grayline team was part of a research project commissioned by the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) to study the current state of cybersecurity among U.S. public transit agencies. The intent of this study is to assess the readiness, resourcing, and structure of public transit agencies…
Future of Mobility Post COVID-19
Beyond the devastating effects of COVID-19 on different sectors of society, this global crisis is also catalyzing trends that were already evident. Perhaps it’s time we start seeing this crisis as another agent in the process of global transformation, rather than as a discrete event…
Entering a New Era of City Infrastructure Capabilities
Technology-enabled infrastructure opens up new possibilities for smart cities and sustainable development.
Enterprise IoT Summit 2017: Smart Cities and Mobility
Joseph Kopser discusses smart cities, transportation, tech innovation, and society in a presentation at the Enterprise IoT Summit 2017 in Austin, TX.
Smart City Technology Enables Upward Mobility Opportunity
Joseph Kopser explains what topics at the Smart City Innovation Summit excite him the most, including the opportunity and access toward upwards mobility for people resulting from smart-city initiatives.
National Strategy for Energy Security: The Innovation Revolution
National Strategy for Energy Security: The Innovation Revolution. Presented by Joseph Kopser in conjunction with Securing America’s Future Energy.
Veterans Advancing Clean Energy and Climate Security
The Department of Energy Champions of Change series highlights ordinary Americans who are doing extraordinary things in their communities to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. On November 5, 2013, the White House honored 12 veterans and leaders who are using the skills they learned in the armed services to advance the clean energy economy.
Demographics and Aging Economic Models
Declining birth rates in most developed economies are leading to aging populations and shrinking labor pools, changing the shape of both production and consumption.