Watch presentations on innovative new products and services in SAME's Innovation Theater. Located in the front of the exhibit hall, the theater features 30-minute presentations on Energy, GIS Mapping, Business Development and much, much, more! Come and discover things that may just make your job a whole lot easier!
Wednesday, May 8th
Trane U.S. Inc.: As a leader in HVAC systems, building automation and management, energy storage and services, Trane’s holistic approach can make every building better. We can enhance employee comfort and use less energy, elevate sustainability and reduce operating costs. Plus, we’re using renewables and energy storage to make buildings more energy resilient.
Booz Allen Hamilton: The Future of Asset Management: The pressure is on to capitalize on the vast amount of information available to glean better, faster, and more actionable insights. Asset management practices need to capitalize on big data to manage assets in such a way to achieve lowest total life cycle cost, maximize the investment of every infrastructure dollar, and ensure mission resilience.
Homes for Our Troops: Learn how Homes For Our Troops helps severely injured Veterans and their families rebuild their lives nationwide. Rich Pratt, Director of Construction, and Army SGT Justin Callahan, future home recipient, speak about the impact a specially adapted home provides to our most severely injured, post - 9/11 Veterans and their families.
APPA will provide an overview of the higher education environment and provide a road map explaining how to transition from leading facilities teams in the military to leading facilities teams at colleges and universities.
SAME GeoWERX Team
The GeoWERX team will present on the types of data analysis that can be applied based on the data sets that were collected by the participants, and how the combination of data sets representing different variables/factors increases the number of stories the data can tell. The group will highlight the geospatial resource requirements, capabilities, services, and products necessary to design big data analysis.
The Next Generation of Hazardous Gas Sensors
Student researchers at GMU’s Kang Lab have developed novel gas sensors using the carbon supermaterial graphene. These gas sensors are operated wirelessly, have extremely high sensitivity, and are very durable and flexible. As a result, they are primed to become the foremost technology used in military, construction, and consumer applications.
Thursday, May 9th
Paving Access for Veteran Employment (PAVE) will present a brief overview of their program along with tips on creating and maintaining a successful LinkedIn page. They will also be located in the Career Advancement Lounge for personal LinkedIn and resume assistance.
NextOp recruits, trains, and places high-performing middle-enlisted military leaders into Industry careers. Come learn how you can find world-class employees to level up your workforce. Or, launch your civilian career with the help of mentor to support you with resources to make your transition easier.
SAME GeoWERX Team
The GeoWERX team will present the stories that were stitched together from the data collection and analysis.
As a leader in HVAC systems, building automation and management, energy storage and services, Trane’s holistic approach can make every building better. We can enhance employee comfort and use less energy, elevate sustainability and reduce operating costs. Plus, we’re using renewables and energy storage to make buildings more energy resilient.
Booz Allen Hamilton
Have a product or service you want to share with 2019 JETC attendees? Contact Kelly Dawson at email@example.com or 703-549-3800, ext. 111 for more information.
Prime Time - $1,500*
Standard - $1,000
* Prime time slots are scheduled during lunch breaks in the exhibit hall.