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Information on Exhibitors
Alternative Manufacturing, Inc.
Alternative Manufacturing Inc., AMI is one of New England’s best resources for your Electronic Contract Manufacturing needs. AMI has been supporting its customers since 1989 at its facility in Winthrop, Maine, and its prototype center in Somerville, Massachusetts. We serve a wide range of clients throughout the Northeastern USA and Canada in such markets as; Medical, Industrial, Green Technologies, Robotics, and Mil/Aero. Click here for a short informational video.
Commaris is a brand of Terrafugia Inc. that designs and manufactures industrial UAVs for the commercial market. The Company HQ is in Woburn, MA, and operates a Flight Operations Center in Las Vegas, NV. The Seeker is Commaris' UAV purposely designed to perform a wide variety of Long-Range commercial inspections. Operations in applications such as; Powerline, Gas & Oil Pipelines, Survey & Mapping, Precision Agriculture, Search and Rescue, and Security.
GreenSight is a Boston-based technology company building unmanned aircraft and robotics solutions for commercial and defense applications. The company operates a remotely piloted aerial intelligence system that flies daily at global locations using its industry-leading aircraft and camera payloads.
IBM Consulting & Boston Dynamics
Boston Dynamics Q-UGV Spot is a roaming edge device, carrying a payload of analytics technology wherever the user needs it to go. Instead of just identifying a problem, highly customizable, optimized AI models help Spot to detect anomalies and immediately initiate corrective actions. Spot can go around a site, identify a problem and, using Maximo, automatically generate an alert or work order with next steps to resolution. Detecting anomalies that cause un-planned down time and catastrophic failures and enabling real-time corrective action enables users to maintain a high mission tempo with critical assets. Boston Dynamics is bringing the mobility and the flexibility of Spot as a robotic platform, and IBM is bringing the intelligence of its systems to understand the data that Spot is collecting. Beyond Maximo, IBM is bringing the full breadth and depth of its experience and expertise in asset management, AI and 5G technology to create this joint offering with Boston Dynamics of Spot with AI capabilities. Find us at us at Table Nine (9) for more information and a demonstration.
MassDOT Aeronautics Division Drone Program
The MassDOT Aeronautics Division Drone Program uses Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS, or “drones”) to further the work of MassDOT and the MBTA across the Commonwealth. The Drone Program is guiding the adoption of drone technology within MassDOT and the MBTA in a manner that is safe, cost-effective, and secure. In addition, the Drone Program is incentivizing applied research across Massachusetts for economic development and to integrate drones into the National Airspace System.
MatrixSpace is a dual-use startup that is revolutionizing how people and intelligent machines interact. Their products include UAVs with advanced mmWave mesh networking, mmWave Radar, distributed multi-modal perception, autonomous swarming, and simple-composable mission planning. Through these products, MatrixSpace will break the 1:1 operator to UAV paradigm enabling enterprise UAV missions at scale.
Skydio is the leading U.S. drone manufacturer and world leader in autonomous flight. Skydio leverages breakthrough AI to create the world’s most intelligent flying machines for use by consumers, enterprises, and government customers. Skydio designs, assembles, and supports its products in the U.S. to offer the highest standards of supply chain and manufacturing security.
Skyports is a world-leading Drone Delivery services provider, committed to creating positive change by connecting people, businesses, and communities to vital supplies and services, such as healthcare, maritime, logistics, and e-commerce. Skyports also designs, builds, and operates take-off and landing infrastructure (vertiports) for air taxis, and partners with electric vertical take-off and landing passenger and cargo vehicle manufacturers around the world, to enable safe, sustainable, and efficient flight operations within urban and suburban environments. Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, Skyports has projects operating across multiple continents, including the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions. Skyports investors include Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures, Groupe ADP, Irelandia Aviation, and Levitate Capital.