HI-TEC 2018 - Exhibits

HI-TEC 2018 Virtual Tradeshow


Please visit our 2018 HI-TEC Exhibitors in the InterContinental Miami Hotel. Exhibits are located in the Atrium. Exhibits are open on Wednesday, July 25, 9:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (with an Exhibitor Reception 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.) and Thursday, July 26, 7:30 a.m. to noon.

For information about exhibiting at HI-TEC, contact Linda Locke (llocke@cord.org).


Booth 11
Amatrol, Inc.
2400 Centennial Boulevard
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
www.amatrol.com
Amatrol, is a market leader in technical education, emphasizing hands-on skills via both virtual and equipment labs. Think job-ready skills in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, and process control.

Booth 43
Arm University Program
150 Rose Orchard Way
San Jose, CA 95134
www.arm.com
Arm processor technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate.

Booth 29
ATE Central
1210 W. Dayton Street
Madison, WI 53706
www.atecentral.net
ATE Central is a free online portal and collection of materials and services dedicated to highlighting the work of the NSF Advanced Technological Education community.

Booth 16
Centers of Academic Excellence Community
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92374
www.caecommunity.org
The Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cybersecurity Community provides CAE designated institutions weekly newsletters, communication platforms, and hosts the annual symposium. Learn more at caecommunity.org.

Booth 24
California Regional Consortium for Engineering Advances in Technical Education (CREATE)
1701 Wright Street
Madison, CA
www.createenergy.org
The goal of the CREATE-SC is to advance the field of renewable energy and strengthen two-year college renewable energy programs by supporting faculty delivering renewable energy educational programs; establishing renewable energy industry, business, and academic partnerships; promoting renewable energy technician careers and visability; addressing renewable energy technician knowledge, skills, and competencies; and distributing exemplary renewable energy materials, curricula, and pedagogical practices.

Booth 7
Center for Aviation and Automotive Technological Education Using Virtual E-Schools (CA2VES)
322A S. Palmetto Boulevard
Clemson, SC 29634
www.cecas.clemson.edu/cucwd/ca2ves/
CA2VES is at the forefront of creating and disseminating digital learning tools to enhance the technician education experience. This showcase will allow participants to intereact with our custom virtual reality environments, browse our online learning platform (educateworkforce.com) and talk with our team about how to enhance educational objectives with digital learning tools.

Booth 38
Center for Nanotechnology Education (Nano-Link)
1300 145th Street E.
Rosemount, MN 55068
www.nano-link.org
Center for Naotechnology Education is dedicated to helping educators who are or wish to train nano savvy technicians for today's emerging technology industry.

Booth 25
Columbus State Community College
550 E. Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43215
www.cscc.edu/community/grants/default.aspx
Columbus State currently leads eight NSF ATE projects that seek to elevate technician education in Automotive Technology, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Logistics, Manufacturing, and Mobile Development.

Booth 17
CyberWatch West
237 W. Kellogg Road
Bellingham, WA 98226
www.www.cyberwatchwest.org
CyberWatch West links higher education and industry to strengthen our nation's cybersecurity workforce. Funded by an NSF grant, CWW is administered by Whatcom Community College.

Booth 2
Edibon-USA, LLC
5805 Blue Lagoon Drive Ste 220
Miami, FL 33126
www.edibon.com
Designers and manufacturers of more than 4,000 Hi-Tec units for research and technical education. Complete solutions. Fully integrated engineering laboratories - industry oriented. STEM and Industry 4.0.

Booth 3
ETA International
5 Depot Street
Greencastle, IN 46135
www.eta-i.org
ETA International® represents electronics professionals with over 80 industry-recognized certifications. ETA accredited certifications, developed by industry experts, align with international standards and confirm both technical knowledge and hands-on skills.

Booth 26
Evaluation Support Center for Advanced Technological Education (EvaluATE)
1903 W. Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
www.evalu-ate.org
EvaluATE is the evaluation support center for the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education program. We provide webinars, blogs, resources, newsletters, and workshops.

Booth 4
Famic Technologies, Inc.
350-999 Cavendish Boulevard
Montreal, Quebec H4M 2X5
www.famictech.com
Automation StudioTM is a unique software solution, which offers intuitive design, simulation, and system analysis features for teaching hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical and automation technologies.

Booth 12
Festo Didactic
607 Industrial Way West
Eatontown, NJ 07724
www.labvolt.com
Festo Didactic is the world-leading provider in the field of technical education.

Booth 9
Florida Advanced Technological Education Center of Excellence (FLATE)
10451 E. Nancy Watkings Drive
Tampa, FL 33619
www.fl-ate.org
FLATE is the National Science Foundation Center of Excellence committed to ensuring Florida has a well prepared technician workforce for manufacturing and related industries.

Booth 20
MakerTEC
7099 N. Atlantic Avenue
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
www.makertec.org
The MakerTEC CN is a resource for companies seeking a skilled workforce qualified for aerospace, aviation, and advanced manufacturing using the latest technologies to create new directions in technician education by supporting faculty, industry, and other stakeholders by coordinating their research, training, and activities across disciplines, organizational, geographic and international boundaries.

Booth 10
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC)
901 N. Washington Street Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314
www.msscusa.org
The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), is the nation's leading industry-led training, assessment and certification organization forcused on the core technical competencies needed by the nation's frontline production and material handling workers.

Booth 18
Midwest Photonics Education Center (MPEC)
525 Grandview Avenue
Ottumwa, IA 52501
www.midwestphotonics.org
MPEC, an NSF-ATE Regional Center, is working with educational and industry partners to educate students in laser and optics technology with an emphasis in laser materials processing.

Booth 39
Minnesota State Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence
1500 Birchmont Drive NE, #34
Bemidji, MN 56601
360mn.org
Minnesota State Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence is an innovative collaborative effort between education and industry to recruit, educate, and train workers for dynamic careers in advanced manufacturing.

Booth 35
Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Support Center (NACK)
118 Research West Building
University Park, PA 16802
www.nano4me.org
The NACK National Support Center for Nanotechnology Workforce Development has a mission to provide assistance to existing or developing micro-nanotechnology workforce education programs at post-secondary institutions across the United States.

Booth 19
National Center for Optics and Photonics Education (OP-TEC)
316 Kelly Drive
Waco, TX 76710
www.op-tec.org
OP-TEC, an NSF ATE National Center, is working with secondary, postsecondary and industry partners to increase and sustain our nation's capacity to produce laser, optics, and photonics technicians.

Booth 40
National Center for Supply Chain Automation
2001 Third Street
Norco, CA 92860
www.supplychainautomation.com
The National Center for Supply Chain Automation works with educational institutions across the nation to increase the number of skilled supply chain technicians in the workforce.

Booth 23
National Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA)
9000 West College Parkway
Palos Hills, IL 60465
www.cssia.org
The CSSIA Center is a national support center that provides resources for schools operating or interested in starting Cybersecurity programs.

Booth 21
National Center for Welding Education and Training (Weld-Ed)
1005 North Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035
www.weld-ed.org
Weld-Ed is an NSF ATE National Center linking the welding and materials joining industry with the nation's community and technical colleges and universities.

Booth 8
National Convergence Technology Center (CTC)
9700 Wade Boulevard #J130
Frisco, TX 75035
www.connectedtech.org
The National Convergence Technology Center works with business leadership to support colleges in creating IT curriculum, degrees, and certificates; recruiting underserved students; and developing faculty.

Booth 22
National CyberWatch Center (CyberWatch)
301 Largo Road, CAT 129C
Largo, MD 20774
www.nationalcyberwatch.org
National CyberWatch is a consortium of higher education institutions, businesses, and government agencies focused on collaborative efforts to advance Information Security education and strengthen the national cybersecurity workforce.

Booth 41
National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence (GEO)
1000 Community College Drive
Louisville, KY 40272
www.geotechcenter.org
New products and services will be highlighted including GISP Self-Assessment and Practice Exam, an updated GTCM, new information on Precision Agriculture, UAV, and Geo-Intelligence.

Booth 32
Next Generation National ATE Center for Biology & Life Sciences (Bio-Link)
1855 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
www.bio-link.org
Bio-Link celebrating 20 years, continues to increase the number and diversity of well-educated technicians in the biotechnology and life sciences workforce, as well as the ever-growing needs of a continually evolving and diversifying industry for highly skilled technicians..

Booth 37
Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC)
257 Fuller Road
Albany, NY 12203
www.neatec.org
NEATEC is an ATE Center that serves as a critical resource to create and maintain a skilled technical workforce for the semiconductor and nanotechnology industries.

Booth 31
Regional Center for Nuclear Education & Training (RCNET)
3209 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
www.atecenters.org/eet/rcnet/
RCNET was established to ensure the demand for skilled nuclear technicians is met in a standardized and systematic way.

Booth 30
Skilled Workers Get Jobs 2.0: Appalachian Impact
340 Victoria Road
Asheville, NC 28801
www.abtech.edu
A National Science Foundation (NSF) ATE Project dedicated to recruiting and retaining women in technology and engineering programs.

Booth 14
South Carolina ATE Center of Excellence (SCATE)
2715 West Lucas Street
Florence, SC 29501
www.scate.org
The SCATE National Center of Excellence is your comprehensive resource for dynamic approaches to Technician Education. Links educators to professional development opportunities, teaching approaches, maintains a compendium of research on technician and STEM education and the model SCATE Center Industry Consortium-Partnership and Internship Program.

Booth 13
South Carolina ATE Center of Excellence Mentor-Connect
2715 West Lucas Street
Florence, SC 29501
www.mentor-connect.org
Mentor-Connect: Leadership Development and Outreach for ATE designed to broaden the impact of the NSF ATE program through mentoring and knowledge transfer for technician education advancement among the nation's two-year colleges.

Booth 34
Spectra Quest, Inc.
8227 Hermitage Road
Richmond, VA 23228
www.spectraquest.com
SpectraQuest is a leading developer and manufacturer of training products for industrial maintenance, vibration analysis, and ISO certifiction turn-key curriculum package for workforce skills development.

Booth 36
Support Center for Microsystems Education (SCME)
800 Bradbury Drive SE #235
Albuquerque, NM 87106
www.scme-support.org
Support Center for Microsystems Education is an NSF Funded support center providing educational materials, training and support for microsystems technical education.

Booth 15
Technological Education Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students (DeafTEC)
52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
www.deaftec.org
A National Center of Excellence that serves as a resource for educators and employers with the goal of increasing the number of deaf and hard-of-hearing STEM technicians.