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18 May 2016 Dinner Lecture

18 May 2016 Dinner Lecture

May 18, 2016 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Map and Directions | Register Description: The Road Ahead - Advanced Traffic Management and Emergency ...

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20 April 2016 Dinner Lecture

20 April 2016 Dinner Lecture

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18 May 2016 Dinner Lecture

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May 18, 2016

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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The Road Ahead – Advanced Traffic Management and Emergency Operations in the State of Maryland

By: Richard R. Dye, Maryland State Highway Administration , CHART Systems Administrator

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Presentation:  Design, Development, Deployment and Operations of the Maryland State Highway Administration’s Advanced Traffic Management and Emergency Operations Systems.  These include a Statewide Operations Center, Emergency Operations Center, multiple connected, Traffic Operations Centers and their associated Dynamic Message Signs, speed detectors, Closed-Circuit Television Cameras, Highway Advisory Radio systems, Roadway Weather Information Systems and mobile response vehicles connected by Automatic Vehicle Location technology.

Note: Students receive free meal, compliments of 2HB.

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15 June 2016 Dinner Lecture

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June 15, 2016

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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The NIST Robotics Program: Assessing the Agility of Industrial Robots

By: Craig Schlenoff, Group Leader, Cognition and Collaboration Systems Group, NIST
William Harrison III, Mechanical Engineer, NIST

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Presentation:  This presentation provides an overview of the robotics program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is developing and deploying advances in measurement science to improve robotic system performance, collaboration, and agility in assembly-centric manufacturing applications. Of specific emphasis will be the Agility Performance of Robotic Systems project, which is developing robot agility performance metrics and test methods that will enable manufacturers to easily and rapidly reconfigure and re-task robotic systems. To realize this vision, NIST is planning the Agile Robotics for Industrial Automation Competition, which will also be described.

Note: Students receive free meal, compliments of 2HB.

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Thanks to a generous donation from our Corporate Sponsor, 2Hb, college students attending our INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter monthly dinner meetings and lectures at APL will receive dinner free of charge. 2HB Incorporated was founded in 1994, incorporated in 1995, and provides core competencies including Java Programming, Software Engineering, Web Based Development, and Telecommunications Systems & Services. 2HB has since built on these offerings to include services in Systems Engineering, Management Consulting, and Information Security. Visit their web site at:  http://2hb.com/cms/

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