Getting Techy At NC Federal Advanced Technologies Review

Friday, June 05th, 2015

Federal Government

For the second year in a row, Oak Grove exhibited at the North Carolina Federal Advanced Technologies Reviewat NC State’s McKimmon Conference & Training Center. 

The event brings together some of the best tech companies in the state and is co-hosted by Senator Richard Burr, the North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC), UNC System, Institute for Defense and Business and the NC Military Foundation, all focused on NC companies developing, fielding, selling or interested in future federal/DoD requirements for new technologies in all sectors.  Several DoD, federal agency and military representatives were in attendance as well.

Kyle Holmquist, Oak Grove’s VP of Technology and eLearning, and Marketing Coordinator, Kelly Burns, were on hand to share what we do, learn more about the next wave of advancements in technology, and build relationships for future contracts. Keynote speakers expanded on topics such as the latest and greatest technology developments industry has to offer as well as the current challenges today’s military faces and how industry can meet those needs.

Participants had the opportunity to check out new ideas and products under development in North Carolina. Session topics included:

  • Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
  • Biotechnologies and Biodefense
  • Cyber Security, Software and Advanced IT Systems
  • C4ISR Hardware Systems
  • Ground Vehicles, Unmanned Systems and Robotics
  • Medical Technologies
  • Soldier Systems and Tactical Energy

Oak Grove found valuable networking opportunities with like-minded people throughout the day. The venue was more intimate than larger conferences, but the quaint atmosphere allowed attendees and exhibitors alike ample time to mingle and get to know each other. Click here to read more our involvement in NCMBC 2014.

Always growing to meet our customers’ needs, Oak Grove frequently attends conferences to grow partnerships and learn new ways to continue to serve this great nation through our contracts with the federal government. Next up, TSIS.