Schedule of Events

Monday, April 22nd  @ 3 – 7 pm

Drones – sponsored by NUAIR

This day is dedicated to drone technology – displaying all shapes and size drones. You will be able to learn about local drones’ clubs and manufacturers, and see a variety of accessories and uses. The room will be filled with vendor, tech talks, exhibits, demonstrations, discussions, trunk sales, meet & greet, Solve-It challenges, interviews, Pitch-It platform, Quiz corner, and workshop corner.

3:00pm Opening Remarks, Robot to interview New York State Assembly Al Stirpe
Drone Demo (flown by Fibonochi professionals)
Drone “Try Me” (Lottery)
Speaker (David Guido, NUAIR – Power Point “Upstate and What’s Happening in UAS Industry”)
Vendor Booths: NUAIR – David Guido, Fibonochi, SU Drones Club, Drone Film Fest, TBE, Hamiton, SkyOp

Tuesday, April 23rd @ 3 – 7 pm

Robotics

This day is dedicated to robotics – displaying all shapes and size robots. You will be able to learn about local robotics’ clubs and manufacturers, and see a variety of accessories and uses. The room will be filled with vendor, tech talks, exhibits, demonstrations, discussions, trunk sales, meet & greet, Solve-It challenges, interviews, Pitch-It platform, Quiz corner, and workshop corner.

3:00pm Opening Remarks, Robot to interview New York State Assembly Bill Magnarelli
3:30pm Robot Scrimmage, FTC robots (presented by students)
4:15pm FIRST Lego League Robot Demonstration (FLL)
5:00pm Sumo Bots tournament (presented by students)
5:30pm Drag Racing Robots (presented by students)
6:00pm FIRST Tech Challenge
3:00pm – 7:00pm Syracuse Bomb Squad Demonstrations
Multiple “Try Me” Booths (4:00pm – 5:00pm & 5:00pm – 6:30pm):
Video Presentation
Vendor Booths: Syracuse Police Bomb Squad, James Shotwell, Vex IQ, FM High School, Immaculate Conception, Bishop Luddon

Wednesday, April 24th @ 3 – 7 pm

Raspberry Pi & Science Kits

This day is dedicated to the Raspberry Pi, and a variety of science kits that use them – displaying what it is and how they work. You will be able to learn about this latest technology craze, why everyone is using the it, and see a variety of accessories. The room will be filled with tech talks, exhibits, demonstrations, discussions, trunk sales, meet & greet, Solve-It challenges, interviews, Pitch-It platform, Quiz corner, and workshop corner.

3:00pm Opening Remarks, Robot to interview Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon 
Multiple “Try Me” Tables: (Scholarship Award)
Video Presentations
Vendor Booths: IEEE Syracuse University, F-M Science Olympiad

Thursday, April 25th @ 3 – 7 pm

Cyber Security & IT Hacking

This day is dedicated to Information Technology Cyber Security and hacking topic and tools – educating about what it is and ways to avoid it. You will be able to learn how to detect and avoid being an easy target. The room will be filled with tech talks, exhibits, demonstrations, discussions, meet & greet, Solve-It challenges, interviews, and more.

3:00pm Opening Remarks
3:30pm Unmasking the Threats that Target Global Enterprises, Government & SMBs (2019 SONICWALL CYBER THREAT REPORT)
4:00pm Jobs & Cybersecurity
4:30pm Ransomware: Are you at Risk?
5:00pm Incident Response, You’ve been hacked – Now What?
5:30pm Stealing Data/Leaking Information
6:00pm Social Engineering / Phishing
6:30pm Password Security/Password Management
Multiple “Try Me” Tables:
Video Presentation – How Hacking Happens
Book Signing: Susan Fahrenkrug
Vendor Booths: SonicWall, IGI, Teracai, NECCDC, Advanced IT

Friday, April 26th @ 3 – 7 pm

Technology Clubs

The room will be used for local science clubs to show off projects and accomplishments. Participants will be grade schools, local colleges, community groups, enthusiasts, and other organizations. If you have a ‘geek side’ come out and join others with similar interests.

3:00pm Opening Remarks, Damian Schofield, Professor, Director of Human Computer Interaction at SUNY Oswego, Robot
School Booths: SU IEEE, Bishop Luddon Stem Club
Community Clubs: Paul Leary, Skyline Amature Radio, Thailes Drones – cage, Syracuse Rocket Club – voice of Kate, TACNY, Railroad track Demo, Virtual Reality
Demonstrations: Skyline Amateur Demonstration, Paul Leary Demonstration, Damian Schofield, Professor SUNY Oswego, Robot Demonstration, Thailes Drones Demonstration

Saturday, April 27th @ 10 am – 7 pm

Internet of Things & Tech Job Fair

The room will be filled with local technology organizations that not only make devices but the intelligence communication methods that make technology one cohesive system. From devices that can be networked, to the decision-making technology that puts information into action for a richer experience. You will see and learn about sensors, Apps, eCommerce, Cloud computing, and more.

Internet of Things (IoT): Xerox, Raspberry Pi, Technogoal, 3D Usher, Plowz & Mowz
Job Fair: TCG Player, Plowz & Mowz, IGI, Optanix, Manpower

After Hours Networking at the PressRoom Pub

Spend all day Saturday, April 27th learning and networking with vendors at Syracuse Tech Week. Come evening, continue to network with others and build those relationships at our attendee party, After Hours Networking at PressRoom Pub! Located at 220 Herald Place, Syracuse, immediately following the Syracuse Tech Week event on Saturday April 27th. Don’t miss out on the chance to network one-on-one with everyone with similar interests as you!

Week Long Events

2019 Technology Poster Contest: “Syracuse, a Tech City!”

Syracuse Tech Week is an interdisciplinary display of technology. Though the focus of Tech Week 2019 is on drones, robotics, raspberry pi, and cyber security, that is not all our local community manufacturers and entrepreneurs have to offer. Syracuse Tech Week is really about promoting Syracuse’s technology ecosystem.

Your challenge is to design a poster that represents “Syracuse, a Tech City!”

Use creative imagery to show “Syracuse” and “technology” in one image, and try to avoid any words or phrases other than the word “Syracuse”, if preferred.

Poster Specifications
Each poster entry must be an original piece of artwork done on thick poster board. Any art medium may be used (e.g., colored pencils, crayons, paint, etc.). Three dimensional objects accepted. Computer graphics, up to 30% of the piece, may be used. Original artwork must be hand-drawn by the entrant. Pale colors should not be used because they are too difficult to reprint. All entries are property of Syracuse Tech Week, and may be displayed at any and all Syracuse Tech Week events. All poster entries will be photographed and printed for marketing purposes.

How to Submit your Entry
Each poster must be delivered to Advanced IT LLC, 499 S Warren St., Suite 400, Syracuse NY 13202. You may submit as many entries as you want. All entries are due on or before Friday, April 26th, 2019. If you have any questions call (315) 849-0405.

Prize
The winner will receive a $100 VISA gift card.

Dates and Details Coming Soon

Robot Interview at the MOST

The MOST will be holding a live interview in which a robot will interview a human.

Technology Window Displays

The Landmark will be allowing tech companies to display their cool gadgets for the public to see.

Syracuse Exclusive LinkedIn Learning Classes

LinkedIn will be celebrating our tech week by offering free access to classes.