Member’s Meeting Past Events


NMTC TECH CONN3CT- HoloLens vs. HoloDeck
12/15/2016 at 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.
MindGrub Technologies

 

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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.

 

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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

 

 

LOGISTICS
University Center, 1201 Technology Dr, Aberdeen, MD 21001
0745-0815 Registration, networking, refreshments
0815-0920 Presentation
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.


NMTC TECH CONN3CT- Microsoft HoloLens
10/13/2016 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center @ HEAT

imageso698noki images666i2f4hWho should attend? Those involved in: Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Biomedical, hospital surgery, material science, chemistry and chemical engineering, structural and civil engineering, architecture, computer pprogramming simulation designing, video game designing, weapons system maintenance, to name a few areas where this technology will have enormous benefit

TOPIC:
HoloLens, the future tech everyone should know”

(Photos demonstrate what the HoloLens wearer sees, holographically – they can actually walk around the image)

SPEAKER:
Mr. Mark Butkiewicz, General Manager, Applied Technology, Operation, SURVICE Engineering

PRESENTATION:
Come see (and try out) one of the latest new augmented reality systems available on the market.  The Microsoft HoloLens is the first fully self-contained, holographic computer and vision system. 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.

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Blend 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.

LOGISTICS
University Center, 1201 Technology Dr, Aberdeen, MD 21001
0745-0815 Registration, networking, refreshments
0815-0920 Presentation
0920-0930 Q& A
Coffee, beverages, lite food provided

 

 

Introducing NMTC TECH CONN3CT

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.

Let me tell you; you need to know this! No longer being technology ignorant, or a laggard, is an option: knowing and keeping current with ever emerging technologies becomes a competitive, career and even a lifestyle advantage.

The NMTC TECH CONN3CT, and its anticipated TECH CONN3CT Summits will inspire innovation by bringing together the best and brightest visionaries, users, entrepreneurs, developers, investors, service providers and solutions providers in Academia, Government, Industry and Personal Use products to generate new business-building, military cost effective and enhanced personal lifestyle “A HA ideas”, where they, at a minimum, increase use of existing technology, up to creating new technologies for new applications.

 

 

 


NMTC CONNECT- ARL Tech Transfer
01/14/2016 at 7:45 am - 9:00 am
University Center

TOPIC
The Power of ARL’s Tech Transfer; Driven By The Open Campus

PRESENTATION
Recently, at ARL’s Open House, the power of ARL’s Open Campus initiative was viewed by over 700 visitors, where they saw what collaboration between ARL researchers, academia, industry and small business, both nationally and globally, could do.

Learn about new ideas coming from our speaker’s Tech Team office, and, changes to the tools available to you such as collaborative endeavors through Open Campus, that include: Cooperative Agreements, Educational Partnership Agreements and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements, more commonly referred to as CRADAs.

Open Campus allows for visiting researchers, to include foreign nationals, to have access to some of our world-class facilities, making collaborating with ARL that much more appealing, and the NE MD region more attractive to industry doing business with the US Army.

PRESENTER
Mr. Mulkern currently leads the Technology Transfer Team at ARL. He is responsible for directing Technology Transfer Programs that include; Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA), Patent License Agreements (PLA), Test Service Agreement (TSA), Manufacturing Technology (MANTECH) program, and International Cooperative Research, Development, and Acquisition (ICRDA) programs that support the ARL technology portfolio.

Prior, Mr. Mulkern was the Chief of Global Technology Integration Division at RDECOM HQ from 2010-2013. He provided direction, technical leadership, and oversight on all international Science and Technology (S&T) programs within RDECOM. He facilitated international S&T activities and ensured that foreign technology was considered for use in US Army systems.

In addition, Mr. Mulkern worked for the U.S. Department of Defense in Germany from 2002 to 2007 where he promoted international cooperative research and development programs between U.S. research labs and foreign research institutes.

Mr. Mulkern began his professional career at the US Army Materials Technology Laboratory in Massachusetts. He was subsequently employed as a research engineer at the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Maryland where he managed technical programs focused on lightweight polymer matrix composite materials, processing, and applications.

Mr. Mulkern earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University in 1993 and a Masters degree in Plastics Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in 1998. Mr. Mulkern has published dozens of technical papers related to polymer matrix composite research and holds one US patent. He is married and has two children.

 


NMTC EXPERT CONNECT - Hidden Power of Email Marketing
11/12/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center

TOPIC – – “Tap The Hidden Power of Email Marketing; Five Proven Strategies to Get Fantastic Results”.

PRESENTATION SUMMARY
The American Marketing Association consistently reports email marketing gets 40 to 1 or greater ROI, when done right. Join us to learn how to up your game. Plus, you’ll also find how to best use email marketing to amplify the benefits of your social media efforts. Take away unique low and no cost tools with related tips on managing your time and social media efforts.

PRESENTER
Joe Oricchio, Jr. Talisman Consulting Services, LLC – Business Development Coach & Consultant, Adjunct Professor, Social Media & Online Marketing, Harford Community College

 


NMTC Expert Connect - Defend Your Cyber World
10/08/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center

MEETING FORMAT
0745-0815  – Coffee, cake & connect
0815-0900 –  Presentation, Q&A
0900-0930 –  Stay after; continue to make valuable connections and meet the presenter.

TOPIC – Defend Your Cyber World (before you get hacked).

PRESENTATION
Learn practical tools and techniques you can use to defend yourself online. Malicious actors use a number of different vectors to launch their attacks; they can attack your browser, your password, your phone- even your wireless network (at home or business).

Find out about the different kinds of attacks, how malware and viruses are used to compromise systems, or how passwords are cracked. Then discover how to defend yourself- how to make sure that you are using fortress-like passwords, secure software, and good policies.

PRESENTER
Dr. Mike O’Leary, Chair, Department of Mathematics at Towson University, and NMTC Board member, has coached the Towson University cyber security team to the finals of the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition in 2010, 2012, and 2014.

He is the author of the newly-released book “Cyber Operations: Building, Defending, and Attacking Modern Computer Networks” published in 2015.

Cyber Operations walks you through all the processes to set up, defend, and attack computer networks. This book focuses on networks and real attacks, offers extensive coverage of offensive and defensive techniques, and is supported by a rich collection of exercises and resources.

What you’ll learn
•How to securely set up a complete network, from its infrastructure through web applications
•How to integrate defensive technologies such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems into your network
•How to attack your network with tools like Kali Linux, Metasploit, and Burp Suite
•How to gain situational awareness on your network to detect and prevent such attacks

Who this book is for

This book is for beginning and intermediate professionals in cyber security who want to learn more about building, defending, and attacking computer networks. It is also suitable for use as a textbook and supplementary text for hands-on courses in cyber operations at the undergraduate and graduate level.

LINK to purchase on AMAZON


NMTC PRESENTS - off for summer
07/09/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center

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NMTC PRESENTS - Trends in Healthcare Tech
06/11/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center

TOPIC
How Recent Trends In Mobile Healthcare Technology Will AFFECT You

PRESENTATION
The surge in computing power and mobile connectivity have fashioned a foundation for mobile health (mHealth) technologies that can transform the mode and quality of clinical research and health care on a global scale. Unimpeded by geographical boundaries, smartphone-linked wearable sensors, point-of-need diagnostic devices, and medical-grade imaging, all built around real-time data streams and supported by automated clinical decision–support tools, will enable care and enhance our understanding of physiological variability. However, the path to mHealth incorporation into clinical care is fraught with challenges. We currently lack high-quality evidence that supports the adoption of many new technologies and have financial, regulatory, and security hurdles to overcome. Fortunately, sweeping efforts are under way to establish the true capabilities and value of the evolving mHealth field.

PRESENTER – Rick Casteel, VP-IT, for Upper Chesapeake Healthcare
Graduated from Havre de Grace High
Graduated from Harford Community College R.N. Nursing Program
Worked at Fallston General Hospital as a Staff Nurse
Completed Bachelor in Science in Nursing – UMBC
Worked at University of Maryland Downtown Campus
Returned to Harford Memorial and was the first clinical analyst on the EMR project
Moved to IT administration and completed Masters in Computer Information Systems
Became VP of IT in 2002

 


NMTC Presents - CEO’s Plain English Guide to Cybersecurity
05/14/2015 at 7:45 am - 8:45 am
University Center

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Sponsoring this edition of NMTC presents, Kenneally Technology Services & Palumbo Insurance Associates, a Powerful Team to Assist Your Business With Data Breach Concerns

 

NOTE! NEW Meeting format
0745-0800 “Come for the Coffee” networking.
0800-0835 Presentation and Q&A
0835-0900 “Stay for the Coffee” networking (we keep the room and the coffee) and one on one time with the presenter

 

TOPIC
CEO’s Plain English Guide to Cybersecurity, plus, learn about benefits of ‘Buy Maryland Cyber’

PRESENTATION
Our nation’s businesses have been remarkably slow to respond to the growing threat of cybersecurity compromises despite the constant reporting of disturbing news at major corporations and within our government. Research indicates that two primary reasons for this are that the majority of businesses do not understand the threat nor where to whom to turn for guidance and solutions.

The CEO’s Plain English Guide to Cybersecurity is an entertaining, cut-through-the-noise 30 minute experience that nails the WHAT, WHY, WHERE & WHEN of cybersecurity and explains HOW to get help and WHO are the solution providers.
Every spoken sentence will use ‘plain English’ so you you’ll walk away with these deliverables:

• The best –and easiest to remember – definition of cybersecurity
• An exceptional & concise understanding of the nature of the problem
• The confidence to begin an immediate process to better protect your business, your supply chain and your community
• Immediate connection to the best cybersecurity solution providers in the world
Join us for coffee, entertainment & an actionable determination to effectively combat the bad guys!

PRESENTER
Art Jacoby, Managing Partner of Maryland Cyber Investment Partners and Founder of Buy Maryland Cyber is well known across Maryland having spent decades serving technology companies with growth advice, capital raises & mergers & acquisitions.

 


Legislative Wrap Up Session
04/30/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
Harford Community College

The APRIL NMTC Members meeting is combining with other organizations to host an exchange with our Annapolis Legislators, on April 30 Thursday, April 30th, 2015. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.Program: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., in Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms – North & South

Breakfast and networking provided before the legislative panel. Supporting organizations, along with NMTC, are: Harford Chamber, Harford Business Roundtable, Harford Leadership Academy Alumni, Harford County Public library, Harford Community College, Army Alliance, Greater Harford Committee

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TOPIC
Legislative Session Wrap-Up
Looking for answers to questions that impact our community?
Don’t miss this opportunity to have breakfast with the Harford County Delegation
while they speak about session outcomes and plans for future success.

PLACE and TIME
Thursday, April 30th, 2015. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
HCC’s Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms – North & South
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015
Entrance 2 – Park in Lot “C”

HOW TO REGISTER
Registration for the event is now open online at REGISTER HERE

Legislative Session Wrap-Up
$20 Per Person
Send checks to: Harford County Chamber of Commerce • 108 S Bond Street • Bel Air, MD 21014 • Fax: 410-


NMTC UPDATE changed this month
04/09/2015 at 7:45 am - 9:30 am
University Center

The APRIL NMTC Members meeting is combining with other organizations to host an exchange with our Annapolis Legislators, on April 30 Thursday, April 30th, 2015. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.Program: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., in Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms – North & South

Breakfast and networking provided before the legislative panel. Supporting organizations, along with NMTC, are: Harford Chamber, Harford Business Roundtable, Harford Leadership Academy Alumni, Harford County Public library, Harford Community College, Army Alliance, Greater Harford Committee

Download flyer Legislative Session Wrap-Up Flyer_2015

TOPIC
Legislative Session Wrap-Up
Looking for answers to questions that impact our community?
Don’t miss this opportunity to have breakfast with the Harford County Delegation
while they speak about session outcomes and plans for future success.

PLACE and TIME
Thursday, April 30th, 2015. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
HCC’s Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms – North & South
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015
Entrance 2 – Park in Lot “C”

HOW TO REGISTER
Registration for the event is now open online at REGISTER HERE

Legislative Session Wrap-Up
$20 Per Person
Send checks to: Harford County Chamber of Commerce • 108 S Bond Street • Bel Air, MD 21014 • Fax: 410-893-4715