Date(s) - 12/15/2016
7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center @ HEAT
Who should attend? Those seeking a new benefit in: Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing, biomedical, hospital surgery, classroom teaching, construction, material science, chemistry and chemical engineering, structural and civil engineering, architecture, computer programming simulation designing, video game designing, weapons system maintenance, all military branches to name a few areas where these technologies will have enormous benefit
One Great PRESENTATION:
Come see (and try out) the latest Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Systems available on the market. Make decisions more confidently, work more effectively and bring ideas to life before your eyes. Visualize and work with your digital content in relation to the real world, unlocking insights and capabilities.
Two Dynamic TOPICS:
HoloLens vs. HoloDeck, engineering Augmented and Virtual Reality, the future tech everyone should know”
Three Terrific SPEAKERS:
Mark Butkiewicz, General Manager, Applied Technology, Operation, SURVICE Engineering.
Dave Carey, PMP, Colonel, US Army (Retired), Program/Business Development Manager, Envision Innovative Solutions, Inc.
The Microsoft HoloLens is a fully self-contained, holographic computer and vision system, that blends 3D holographic content into your physical world, allowing you to interact with the digital content, to create an entirely new reality for uncovering hidden detail and data and for speeding up critical decisions. It allows you to interact with the hologram, people and objects in the most natural ways using simple voice commands and hand gestures.
Virtual Reality (VR) is the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment, and will continue to disrupt the tech industry. With an estimated 24 million virtual and augmented reality devices predicted to be sold by 2018, VR is a swiftly expanding marketplace with boundless possibilities. Unlike traditional user interfaces, VR places the user inside an experience. Instead of viewing a screen in front of them, users are immersed and able to interact with 3D worlds
University Center, 1201 Technology Dr, Aberdeen, MD 21001
0745-0815 Registration, networking, refreshments
0920-0930 Q& A. You are welcome to stay to get additional questions answered and personally experience these game-changing technologies.
Coffee, beverages, lite food provided
NMTC’s Driving Technology Summit and TECH CONN3CT Workshops
Northeastern Maryland is home to an increasing number of advanced and emerging technologies. Today, those technologies are siloed in industrial settings, university labs and government agencies. NMTC has initiated a series of summits and workshops to shatter those siloes. Please join us in making Northeastern MD an environment supports and drives technology transfer.
NMTC TECH CONNE3T is an outcome of our Mission – Foster Innovation and Technology, and Vision – Partnering to build a technology proficient community where businesses, people, and opportunities thrive.
Each TECH CONNE3T will answer your ever looming technology challenges: “What is coming, Where do I find, and How do I learn about the latest technologies/innovations? Even more crucial, how do I benefit and use them to my advantage”?
TECH CONN3CT gives you those answers. Also, you’ll be encouraged to explore the technology presented, and if resident elsewhere, see if it could be exploited to benefit to your current needs.
No longer being technology ignorant, or a laggard, is an option: knowing and keeping current with ever emerging technologies becomes a financially competitive, career and even a lifestyle advantage.
Bookings are closed for this event.