• OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • General Membership Meeting

    Magic Tree Pub & Eatery

    This is our General Assembly Meetings. For General Assembly meetings there will be reports from the treasurer, secretary, and committee heads. We will have an article discussion and a lightning talks.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • Artificial Intelligence & Work/Education Forum

    Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor

    This forum will discuss how AI will reshape the workplace of the future and as well as the purpose, process, and structure of our educational institutions in Northeast Ohio. The forum will include speakers and a four member panel addressing some basic questions: How will it transform workers' relationships with co-workers, co-robots and AI agents, and their work environment? Or will AI make a "Workless" future inevitable? Is government or private industry best equip to address the societal, economic, and ethical concerns created? Our main speakers will be Dr. David Staley, Futurist, and an associate professor in the Department of History at Ohio State University, and Dr. Sundar Vedantham, Director of Software Development working in the Datacenter Group (DCG) of Intel Corporation. Our panelists will include Cheryl Rice, Associate Vice Chancellor of the Higher Education Workforce Alignment for the Ohio Department of Higher Education, and Milind Paranjape, Director at JobsOhio for the information technology, logistics and distribution industries. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is free and lunch will be available.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • OAK HILL ROBOTICS MAKERSPACE MEETING

    Oak Hill Collaborative

    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 an partner with the ORM by supplying expertise and resources. If you are interested contact: [masked] On Wednesday at 6:30 - 8:00 PM, we will meet to: design, build, and program robots. Are you interested? ORM is located at the: OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE 507 Oak Hill Ave Youngstown, OH 44502 in the lower level. THE PROJECTS The ORM (Oakhill Robotics Makerspace) will achieve its vision by fostering, and supporting several community-based robotics projects. There will be three on going projects: 1. Biennial NEOACM CSI-CLUE Robotics Challenge 2. MCPLP (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project Robotics Video Survey 3. Farm Bots The CSI-CLUE ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an event that will be held biennially designed to identify practical, safe, open source, and low-cost approaches to programming autonomous robots. The challenge pits new trends in bio-inspired artificial intelligence (Black Box) against classical approaches in artificial intelligence (White Box) to build robot controllers. The challenge will also serve to showcase the innovation, engineering prowess, and untapped talent that we have here in Northeast Ohio. The MCPLP (MILL CREEK PARK LAKES PROJECT) will endeavor to build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to do a video survey of the bottom of Lake Glacier, Lake Cohasset, and Lake Newport. These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of our precious lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. We will also perform water quality analysis to supplement and extend current testing. The FARM BOTS are two low-cost, open-source robots, an Animal feeder is a time-based feeder for fish and small animals for various times of the day and the Weeder Bot is a non-chemical based weed removal system.

  • General Membership Meeting

    Magic Tree Pub & Eatery

    This is our General Assembly Meetings. For General Assembly meetings there will be reports from the treasurer, secretary, and committee heads. We will have an article discussion and a lightning talks.