Help Us Improve Our Import-Export Performance and Save Lives
Connect Airports and Seaports with Fast Trains
Our airports and seaports can make or brake global trade leadership when it comes to sending and receiving manufactured goods and raw materials. The outdated facilities at these locations and increased activities of illicit trafficking are costing the U.S. and our allies peace and prosperity for generations to come. High-speed rail systems between growing middle-weight cities, manufacturing bases, and pipelines will increase import-export capacity for businesses, provide quick seaside access to inland cities for heavy freight, and offer ground transportation options for passengers that are faster than regional flights on which airlines loose money.
Faster than driving or flying over regional distances
- 4 1/2 hour drive in less than 1 hour by train
- Connect oil and gas pipelines to railways
- Shared screening data across locations
About Our Initiative
This project aims to connect airport, seaport, and rail systems in the US and allied countries to increase import-export efficiency here at home and internationally. High-speed rail systems will be able to transport oil and gas from pipelines and deliver other raw materials and manufactured goods more quickly and safely between air and sea ports than road systems. This will make it easier for inland companies to reach global clients in record time. It will also add to our nation’s GDP as we compete with heavy hitters in China and Germany. By working together, we can unclog road congestion slash the funding gap needed for road repairs currently resting at $1.1T.
Illicit trafficking in humans, weapons, narcotics, and even stolen or counterfeit goods use the same ports of entry and transit systems as legitimate trade. By improving screening detection and real-time surveillance, much of this activity can be intercepted. Countless inspections are performed every 24 hours around the world putting human lives and those of k9 units in potential danger with every search. Some freight shipments sit at docks for days before being unloaded in case of explosion slowing down the entire shipping process and exposing entire port facilities including other freighted items to potential damage. As a coordinated team, we can capture malicious freight.
INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN
An item as insignificant as a dog whistle may pass through multiple countries on its way to meet its fury friend. It may endure months in a dark box at sea and long hours being transported between ships, planes, and now drones before finding its forever home. It may endure long hours witnessing the slow blinking of traffic lights. By improving the fluidity of our domestic and international supply chains through cohesive infrastructure investment along the most vital routes, a whistle may find its dog at record speed. And manufacturer, seller, and consumer may live happily ever after until the next expedient purchase.
CONSERVATION AND SAFETY
Real-time freight surveillance and screenings will enable artificial intelligences to better guide navigation, fuel efficiency, and avoid dangers like terror hot spots. But these things will also leave behind long streams of data mile after mile, kilometer after kilometer. In possession of this data, artificial intelligences can also measure and analyze quantities of precious natural resources and their movements. This routine reporting may help to determine how we can better consume, replenish, and substitute the materials we use on a daily basis, preserve resources longer, and prevent supply shortages from reaching crisis levels.
We Have the Power to Conquer Human Trafficking Using Freight Logistics in a Smarter Way
Human trafficking is a global threat. This industry uses organized crime, drug cartels, gangs, and terrorist networks to smuggle humans through global trafficking routes. It is an enterprise that uses intelligence, communications, and technology to secretly hijack transportation systems without ever being detected. It preys on refugees and civilians alike, and risks loosing whole generations to modern slavery. It is most vulnerable when using transit systems. The detection of human slave cargo is often the victim’s best chance to escape.
Guard against malicious freight with Global Transportation development
Form Air Bridges Over Troubled Waters
Avoid Roads and waterways targeted by pirating operations, terror networks, and other regional threats
Our Top Priorities
Our Border Reconnaissance Program is designed to intercept illicit trafficking in humans, narcotics, weapons, and counterfeit or stolen goods giving authorities the intel they need in plenty of time to prepare for any event. This saves lives on both sides of the border.
Integrated Border Security System for Land, Air, and Sea combatting the drone threat and illicit trafficking.
A new breathalyzer design tests for viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens to improve national security.
Strengthen international alliances and help businesses of all sizes grow on multiple continents.
New power grids using both fossil fuels and green technology to quench global energy demands.
Investment in global supply chain infrastructure to increase import-export capacity, security, and GDP.
Purified drinking water, repaired dams and hydro-electric power stations, and restored marine life in lakes and rivers.
Training for men and women working in fragile countries to evade hostage-taking and terror attacks.
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