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There are always opportunities to attend and engage in various activities with government and industry innovation leaders. From conferences to demo days to exhibition events – we’ll keep you informed of the latest ways to get involved.
EventsSubmit your commercial solutions to solve national security challenges with the help from the Defense Innovation Unit. DIU has 2 open solicitations for Department of Defense. Field Portable Ultrasound: seeking commercial medical imaging solutions to integrate...
Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo offers the most comprehensive conference, exposition, and accelerator of smart city innovation in North America. We deliver premium networking and educational opportunities with a keen focus on city leaders and their priorities. Working closely with the technology community, we bring together the largest collection of intelligent systems providers for energy, infrastructure, networks, data management, urban mobility, citizen engagement and governance solutions.
Deep Tech Prototyping is a unique opportunity for small businesses and industry partners to do business with MIT Lincoln Laboratory and build collaborations in potential areas including: artificial intelligence, biotechnology, air traffic control, supply chain logistics, weather forecasting, climate change, information and cyber security, communication systems, advanced sensors, and test facilities.
The Air Force Research Laboratory/Space Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/RV)-sponsored Catalyst Accelerator will host a 4-day pitch event where 24 startups and small businesses (to include our 8 cohort companies) will have the opportunity to present their innovative, dual-use, space or space-related technologies, ideally with a Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of 4 or higher to Government tech scouts. The event will also include fireside chats or panel discussions and networking opportunities with the scouts. On the final day, the participating companies will be able to display their technologies in a Tech Gallery for the Government tech scouts as well as the Space Community at large.
NewsLast month, we shared news about our partnership with Stadia Ventures to tap into their rich ecosystem for sports and e-sports innovations. Through MITRE’s Bridging Innovation program, technical and domain experts from across MITRE are mentoring six SportsTech...
Cathy Petrozzino is a long-time contributor to the Cybersecurity and Privacy communities both inside and outside of MITRE. A subject matter expert in privacy and Artificial Intelligence ethics, she navigates complex discussions surrounding policy and best practices; coaches startups, particularly those in healthcare, who are trying to enter an extremely regulated market. She strives to be a Privacy and Security catalyst, breaking down barriers to entry. Originally from Maryland, Cathy continues to bring her independent perspectives and positive energy to the Boston Community and beyond.
Can a diverse group of seven engineers and designers write a book? Can they write a book about innovation, teamwork, and problem solving, in a collaborative fashion, while working in a virtual environment?
The answer is yes.
Applications close March 29th!
How can we make servicing satellites in space as easy as maintaining your car?
The Catalyst Accelerator is pleased to announce that applications are open for our seventh cohort: On-Orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing!
Wine To Water has created a virtual version of one of their most sought-after and rewarding programs: the W|W Filter Build® Experience. These builds offer a meaningful, hands-on experience, assembling one of their clean water technologies, which will impact communities around the world. Each filter can provide a family with clean water for 10 years.
A potent combination of high-end systems thinking, passion, and persistence—along with a focus on solving big problems—transforms one engineer’s vision for advanced antenna technology into reality.
From technology in satellites, ships, and planes, to 5G, MITRE’s Frequency-scaled Ultra-wide Spectrum Element (FUSE™) antenna design offers potential reach across the global communications infrastructure. FUSE’s unprecedented capacity eliminates the need for multiple apertures for different technologies—saving time, effort, and money.