NEOACM Chapter Meetup

Oak Hill Robotics Markerspace: August 1

Oak Hill Robotics Markerspace: August 1

Details

The purpose of the Oak Hill Robotics Makerspace (ORM) is to provide a publicly accessible robotics makerspace for Northeast Ohio that will encourage and support efforts to increase public awareness, understanding, and implications of new and upcoming trends and innovations in robotics-based technologies that have the potential to impact the daily lives of all citizens. ORM provides a public space where individuals can come together to learn how to build, program and collaborate on low cost, open source robots and robotics based projects. It will act as an external space and resource for robotics educational programs & projects at the State Universities, and technical schools and groups, in Northeast Ohio.

The NEOACM is committed to being a partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources.

If you are interested contact:

tracey.hughes@neoacmchapter.org

Every week on Wednesday

ORM is located at the:

OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE

507 Oak Hill Ave

Youngstown, OH 44502

at the lower level.

THE PROJECTS

The ORM (Oak Hill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering and supporting several community-based robotics projects.

There will be three ongoing projects:

1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge

What NEOACM is about

The NEOACM Professional Chapter is dedicated to advancing the art, science, engineering, and application of information technology, serving both professional and public interests by fostering the open interchange of information and by promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.

The goals of the NEOACM is to address these communities of the Northeast Ohio area:

ACM Members
Private/Public Sector Professionals
Computer Science Students
General Community

It is our goal to provide computing services such as workshops, conferences, panel discussions and sponsor events for networking with other professional organizations, Meetups, and community associations. We want to also encourage Software Developers to adopt best practices as established by the ACM/IEE. If you want to be involved in the technology community of Northeast and really make a difference, join NEOACM. For more information about our group visit our website at:

http://www.neoacmchapter.org

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