Barry Einsig

Global Transportation Executive, Internet of Everything

Vertical Solutions Group

Barry Einsig is the Global Transportation Executive for Cisco’s Enterprise, Vertical Business Solutions team, responsible for two market categories: Transportation and Public Safety Communications. With a broad experience in the Transportation market, Barry has been in the industry for over 15 years serving in a variety of roles providing wired wireless IP communications networks, video, security and life safety systems for Transportation and Public Safety networks. Some of the authorities Barry has worked with include: Network Rail, Deutsche Bahn, DFW, Port of Hamburg, SFMTA, Transport For London, BNSF, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, AMTRAK, DART, PA Turnpike, as well many others.

Within the Vertical Business Solutions team, Barry is the Business lead responsible for driving the growth strategy, business planning, thought leadership and solutions designs and validation for all modes of transportation, and public safety. Barry has been an active member of the American Public Transportation Association, Association of American Railroads Wireless Communications Committee, and the Intelligent Transportation Society of America. Barry is also active in the Transportation Sector Coordinating Council, APTA Security Standards development, and the Committee on Public Safety. He serves as Chair for the Joint Council on Transit Wireless Communications. He is Chair’s the ITSA Transportation Management Forum, is an active member for the Business Leadership Council, Public Safety Council, and Public Transit Council. Finally, Barry is a Board member for The Infrastructure Security Partnership. Barry earned a graduated from Juniata College and has written for many industry publications including:

• Passenger Transport

• Mass Transit Magazine

• Traffic Technology International

Barry has presented at International Conferences such as IWCE, APCO, ITSA, APTA, and ITS World Congress, on topics including security, wireless communications, IP networks and Transportation Systems.


September 13, 2016


Cisco to Showcase Connected Rail Technology at InnoTrans 2016 in Berlin

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Next week, Cisco and other industry leaders will flock to Berlin for the biennial transportation event InnoTrans 2016. The international trade fair for transport technology, highlights railway technology, railway infrastructure, public transport, interiors and tunnel construction as well as a new bus display area for transit vehicle manufacturers. InnoTrans will welcome nearly 135,000 attendees to […]

August 26, 2015


#WednesdayWalkabout Series: Trains, Planes, and Automobiles

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Co-authored with Dani Schrakamp Highways, bridges, railways, mass transit, ports, airports, and their cyber networks are all a part of critical transportation infrastructure, which is essential to the daily function...

September 18, 2014


Technology Innovation: The Key to Solving Some of Our Most Pressing Transportation Challenges

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Planes, trains and automobiles – getting from point A to point B has never been quicker or easier. However, there are a few key global trends driving the need to invest further in transportation technology. With the growing wave of urbanization, the aging of the population, and the resulting global demands on supply chains in […]