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Computer fraud
This Water Cooler’s ‘Hot Cooler Topic”, warned us on how vulnerable we are to the ever changing mix of the prominent, eight intrusions into our computing system, and while some are annoying when caught early, others become catastrophic if not.

This was a non-technical, data-driven discussion with topics including:

  1. 32,002 security incidents from 74 security firms (Akamai to US Secret Service)
  2. Quick and inexpensive security wins
  3. Finding your organization’s security comfort level
  4. Security priorities by industry focusing on known risks
  5. Helping top management make security decisions
  6. A quick overview County and State training grants for Maryland businesses

The host used their GoToWebinar platform to share the presentation available for download, after your sign in to their platform, at .

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The  Presenter was Maury Weinstein, System Source Co-Founder, who is always passionate about avoiding $ losses, as he shared the wisdom acquired from his 38 years managing thousands of workstations and servers.

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Information, intelligence, and concepts that will position a company for long term success as the Covid-19 turmoil plays out.  Highly educational in nature, but more importantly, well-thought out, with their client proven concepts, highly actionable.

DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION  – pdfPositioning-To-Win.pdf


Thanks Gant Global for your support

Presented By:
Michael Augerinos
Regional Director of Business Development, Cogent Analytics

Michael is a Regional Director for Cogent Analytics, helping hundreds Gantof small business owners become more efficient, profitable, and most importantly, improving their quality of life! He will share their concept of the 4 pillar, a tailored solution that has supported growth and empowered owners to make informed business decisions. 

Stuart Wilkins
A fellow Marylander, with years in both the MD Department of the Environment, overseeing all business operations, and the MD Transit Administration overseeing business operations for the Purple Line, he now focuses on educating small business owners on how to improve operations, sales, personnel, measurements, which all impacts profits.

resized SPONSOR BANNER 3X5 10.20 300x180The 13th Annual NMTC Tournament supporting the Northeastern Maryland Tech Council, its Women In Stem Scholarships, Technology for Kids, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties was finally held Nov 02, after three postponements  – two COVID regulations related and one rain-out. Finally, almost 80 players turned out for sunny, but very windy day, making it well attended event. See Foursome 

NEW this year was a Barrow of Cheer (Wine & Spirits) Raffle, won by Randy Rippin, RTR Technologies, who kindly donated the majority of his winnings back to NMTC for  inclusion in our June 07, 2021 GOLF4STEM Tournament, basket.


The Winning team, with a low net of 61, was Team NextGen Federal Systems, also our tournament sponsor.
Additional contest winners were:
Closet to the pin – men, was Clark Dutterer, SURVICE Engineering
Longest Drive – men, was Don Hutchins, on Randy Siler’s team
Longest Drive – women was, Kelly Koemer, Harford Community College

Thanks to our sponsors who make this tournament a great fundraiser for our Women in STEM programs

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Topic, “Insider’s Secret to a Successful Product”
Understanding the Product Development Process, Taking a “Hardware” idea all the way to production

Amazing depth of detail to assure new product launch success, from ‘do yoiu even have a product’  through the myriad of regulations, legal and even political requirements, 

Comparisons made with Software new products as they are the darling of entrepreneurs and investors, where all it requires is a desk, programing platform and a compiler to get started (abbreviated, of course).

The gist of the talk focused on Hardware-based new products, engine for building valuable assets and manufacturing jobs creation  often requires much larger investment to develop than software
• Team of experts
• Equipment, networks to interface and communicate with
• Costly prototype runs, printed circuit boards, cables, mechanical components, enclosures… and software/firmware
• Test, prototyping, manufacturing, fabrication equipment
• Physical space

While hardware-based new product is a more demanding a process, these same secret tips used there will assure you better results no matter what type of new product you pursue.

Our Presenter
Cyrus Etemad‐Moghadam, President – RPM Tech, From Creative Concepts to Productions Solutions, Making things work since 2006

TechKey Virtual Talks, focus monthly on the latest things the NMTC Tech Team are learning that will help you to succeed no matter where you work, even working remotely.

TechKey Talks (virtual) give you quick, “Ah-Ha” explanations about the most important technologies, processes and self-help that sometimes perplex, frustrate, or make you hesitant to use. We give you the expert, along with their tips & shortcuts to help you master your world. It’s good conversation, and you’re invited. When in person, It’s over complimentary coffee and conversation.  Now being virtual, bring your coffee, and we’ll still have the conversation, and of course, you’re invited and your friends as well.

DroneConnect1NMTC, in cooperation with SURVICE Engineering, hosted its first TECHCONN3CT workshop on drones, 27 September at Winter’s Run Golf Course.

The Panel discussion centered around the opportunities projected to add $82 billion to our economy in the next decade, learning from sector experts in the military, industry and academia.  Drones, fly into unreachable areas to gather data, and are used in monitoring, delivery, construction, filming, agriculture, inspection, and mapping, creating an $82 billion industry in the US, alone.

The workshop showed how drones will work for you, from the experts already doing this, and afterward:

  • 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

Panelists:

MARK BUTKIEWICZ, MANAGER, SURVICE ENGINEERING. Panel facilitator, and manager of SURVICE Engineering’s Army’s drone quad-copter program.

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PATRICK CARBERRY, EXELON – BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC. Manager, Technology and Data Analytics Engineering and Standards
Download  pdf2017.09.27-BGE-UAV-Presentation-Game-of-Drones-Event.pdf

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MARK A. COLGAN, P.E. US ARMY RESEARCH, ENGINEERING & DEVELOPMENT COMMAND – ECBC. Unmanned Systems Team Lead. Download pdfNMTCdrones-Colgan-27SEP2017-final.pdf

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BELINDA & Terry KILBY, Co-Founders, ELEVATED ELEMENT – FAA Certified UNMANNED AERIAL 2D & 3D IMAGING AND VISUALIZATION SERVICE COMPANY.  http://elevatedelement.com

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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

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JOSEPH A. DOMANICO – HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE – DRONE PROGRAM. Adjunct Instructor for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)/Drone Technology Certificate (https://www.harford.edu/continuing-education/construction-manufacturing-and-industry/drone-technology-certificate.aspx)

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Drone racing was a highlight of the workshop

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Download Presentation  pdfMD5G-KCI-NMTC-Event.pdf

5G technology is well on its way to cover the planet in high speed, huge bandwidth and instant connection to each other and everything.

The shift in the way we communicate has evolved rapidly in the last few years. We depend on mobile data to operate efficiently in our daily lives. The revolution to 5G will deliver data at rates 20x faster than the infrastructure in place today enabling new technologies and innovations to thrive. In the coming years, 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) will power how we live—and how we work—in even more ways.. For more detail SEE THE BENEFITS  

Our Presenter
MD5G Partnership

TechKey Virtual Talks, focus monthly on the latest things the NMTC Tech Team are learning that will help you to succeed no matter where you work, even working remotely.

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