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We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM. The Location is always the Engineer's Club in downtown Baltimore. Attendance is free, and you do not need to sign up -- just show up!

Our Next Meeting

When: April 12, 2005 at 7:00 pm
Place: Engineer's Club, 2nd Floor, Posey Room
Title: Information Fusion - The Unsolved Integration Problem
Presented By: ??? (digitalharbor home)
About the Presentation:

Digital Harbor demonstrates their PiiE tool for building information ontologies.

Today's integration tools and methodologies still focus largely on the mechanics of integration-the access, synchronization, and translation of data. But they do not yet address the content, meaning (semantics), and relationships among the data in different systems that make it possible for people to consume it. Composite Applications emphasize the fusion of information--logically combining data and functionality from multiple sources into a single application that maintains the relationships and semantics of the information.

Find out why Vinton Cerf, creator of TCP/IP, calls Digital Harbor "The most exciting thing I've seen since Mosaic", and why John Parkinson, Nat'l Director of Innovation and Strategy for Ernst & Young said, "I look at lots of technology and this is as impressive a thing as I've seen in 20 years."

  • Why it matters: Decouple meaning from computation, so users can "connect the dots" and IT can build applications 5-10x faster
  • Where it applies: Intel, DoD, DHS, Compliance, Logistics, Health Care
  • How it works: components, ontologies, semantics

About the Presenter:

Digital Harbor

Digital Harbor provides the best innovation software out there for building and running J2EE-based Composite Applications. By combining EII, Ontology, and Smart Client technologies, Digital Harbor makes it radically easier for IT to fuse information from multiple sources and enables business users to consume the resulting applications seamlessly in a live interface. Founded in 1997, Digital Harbor has expanded from its heritage in the Defense Intelligence community and in 2004 received several awards, including the prestigious Crossroads A-List award, and has been named one of the Top 100 Private Companies by Red Herring and a Top 100 Innovator by Always On. Digital Harbor is headquartered in Reston, VA. More information is available at www.digitalharbor.com.

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