NMTC TECHCONN3CT introduces the first in a series of workshops centered around the “Delivery of Things”. These workshops are designed to stimulate opportunity thinking and awareness of disruptive technologies that affect business models, military programs and student learning. Our bold intent is to inspire new economic opportunities.
Register at https://nmtc.org/events/drones-1/
ASs part of NMTC’s technology focus, this first-part series looks at a component of the ‘Delivery of Things” – The means, methods and mind, using autonomous vehicles, robots, drones; logistics, supply chain processes; guided by artificial intelligence with intelligent apps, to vastly improve everyday commerce and national security.
The Game of Drones will offer a panel discussion centered around the opportunities projected to add $82 billion to our economy in the next decade, from sector experts in the military, industry and academia.
In addition, experience Drones in action:
- See military drone prototype quad-copters with payload ranges of 50-300 lbs.
- Cheer on an abbreviated drone racing team as they navigate an obstacle course
- Take to the skies yourself, with drone flying for those interested
We are proud to have these successful and expert panelists in their respective fields help you anticipate the futur::
MARK BUTKIEWICZ, MANAGER, SURVICE ENGINEERING. Panel facilitator, and manager of SURVICE Engineering’s Army’s drone quad-copter program.
PATRICK CARBERRY, EXELON – BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC. Manager, Technology and Data Analytics Engineering and Standards
MARK A. COLGAN, P.E. US ARMY RESEARCH, ENGINEERING & DEVELOPMENT COMMAND – ECBC. Unmanned Systems Team Lead
ROB HOLMES, NVISION4D – INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER, PHOTO REAL 3D ANIMATOR, FAA CERTIFIED sUAS DRONE PILOT. Innovating new uses for drones and flying DJI Inspire 2 and DJI Phantom 4 for 3D animation and Civil Engineering. Founder
TERRY KILBY, ELEVATED ELEMENTS – CIVILIAN UNMANNED ARIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. Founder
HAROLD WYLIE – HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE – DRONE PROGRAM. Adjunct Faculty for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)/Drone Technology Certificate (https://www.harford.edu/continuing-education/construction-manufacturing-and-industry/drone-technology-certificate.aspx)