BUFFALO, N.Y. – What’s the latest NASA technology?
How did oxygen production systems developed by Amherst-based AirSep
Corp. spawn a billion dollar industry?
For the cost of an oil change, you can learn that much and more
during a special half-day session on Wednesday afternoon at The
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) conference in
Geared toward engineers and entrepreneurs, the innovation and
entrepreneurship session will be held at the Buffalo Niagara
Convention Center from 1:30 p.m. to 5:10 p.m. The cost is $25 and
the session includes, but is not limited to, speeches by:
Lawton, chief marketing officer for Rethink Robotics, which has
developed one of the most talked about robots in recent years, Baxter.
Tate, a principal investigator in NASA’s Game Changing
Bansal, CEO of AirSep, which pioneered the development of portable
oxygen generating systems that ultimately have helped ease the pain
of millions of people suffering from lung illnesses.
Co-hosted by the University at Buffalo, the conference includes
up to 2,000 engineers who work for Fortune 500 companies and
startups, as well as higher education, government and other
organizations. For more information, visit here: https://www.asme.org/events/advanced-manufacturing-impact-forum.