The BIC research and robotics lab rogram is a program designed to foster innovation and research around robotics, intenet of things (IoT) and electronics. Led by a team of young and abitious engineers this lab will strive to merge creativity with cutting edge technologies to develop next generation devices.

Join us for the BIC Robotics Fellowship Program:

This program will concentrate on a couple targeted projects (to be determined) that could be developed to a state where a business model could be built around it. Each of the concepts or inventions will be collaborations in a workshop style environment and prepared for a prototype or pitch presentation.

The ultimate goal would be that the outcome could flow into a business incubator program which could attract investment and create jobs or other  economic opportunity.

Participation in this program is a ground floor opportunity for developing your creative ideas or inventions from concept to completion.

For more information or to participate in the BIC Robotics Lab program contact Chris Nielsen: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The BIC 3D and Multi Media labs will be offering several programs geared towards exploring or developing innovative and creative applications for applying 3D printing, multi media and other new technologies for use in real world applications.

Our new music and audio recording studio, video editing, animation and graphics labs will be used to produce a new television program called "Full STEAM Ahead". This program will be shot at the Bristol Community College in the Fall River Community Television Studios. This new show will be a 30 minute program featuring interviews, book reviews, lab session and much more. The subject matter will revolve around science, technology, engineering, arts and mathmatics. In addition to our inhouse program we will be offering several workshops to help train and inform folks on how to use these systems to grow their skills for employment, marketing or creative projects.

 

For more information or to participate in the BIC Multi media Lab programs contact Chris Nielsen: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The BIC Artificial Intelligence Lab will be offering several programs geared towards developing innovative and creative applications for applying AI, robotics, automation and new technologies for use in real world situations.

Key Project: GRS-AI (GEO Radius Search Powered by Artificaial Intelligence)

GRS-AI will combined the powerful GEO Radius Search engine application with speach recognition and connections to a collection of Artificail Intelligence bots and big data API's that will enable it to return results in a variety of formats including speach,  sorted or filtered lists and maps.

This project is sponsored by CNP Integrations and will attempt to contribute core code back to the open source Joomla Framework project that would allow Joomla to be a platform for building next generation AI applications. 

Join us for the BIC Artificial Intelligence Lab fellowship program:

This program will concentrate on a couple targeted projects around machine learning and AI bot development. The intention of this research is to develop practical business solutions which could be built into a viable consumer or B2B product or service offering. Each of the concepts or applications will be collaborations in a workshop style environment and prepared for a prototype or pitch presentation.

The ultimate goal would be that the project output could flow into an open source initiative or existing business incubator program which could attract investment and create jobs or other  economic opportunity.

Participation in this program is a ground floor opportunity for developing your creative ideas or AI innovations from concept to completion.

For more information or to participate in the BIC Robotics Lab program contact Chris Nielsen: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Toastmaster 1The BIC Business Incubator Program will be offering several events and campaigns geared towards professional development and mentoring entrepreneurs within the region.

BIC Business Incubator Program

This program will be designed to accomodate entreprenusers with ideas and busines concepts that they seek help bringing to market. The intention will be to provide resources and networking opportunities for advancing, educating and emporering small businesses and entrepreneurs.

We will be organizing pitch programs with small groups of entrepreneurs to help improve speaking and presentation skills. All participants will be introduced to activities and networking opportunities targeted at helping achive targeted business or professional goals.

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Incubator workshops and clubs

Look for programs in our meetup spaces to find out about incubator workshops and programs ehld by Eforall.org, S.C.O.R.E. and the Small Business Administration. You can also Join our fall river innovators toastmasters or BNI groups as well.

We want your ideas and participation

If you have an idea for a business incubator program please let us know. We are committed to helping entreprenuers grow to their potential and achive their personal and professional goals.

Current Emerging Projects:

Web Lock .IT Security solutions

This incubator program is being developed around supporting the increasing need for cyber security solutions. The goal is to build a company that develops services and software to serve hosted open source web technologies as well as other emerging market opportunities in the cyber security field. We are currently on a talent search for friendly hackers and security experts to enhance the current team and build a network of available talent resources to engage once funding is secured.  In addittion to the rapid pace of existing web application technologies and their need for blocking and securing private data, there is a an opportunity to protect users from threats to evolving technologies such as devises and networks connected to "The Internet of Things" (IoT).

P.R.I.D.E. Fall River

TeamPRIDE sm.fwThis is an initiative launching around participation in the StartUp week end held at the UMass Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Here is some press about it: http://www.heraldnews.com/article/20151116/NEWS/151116864?template=printart

Here is the teams facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fallriverpride/

 

Incubator workshops and clubs

Look for programs in our meetup spaces to find out about incubator workshops and programs ehld by Eforall.org, S.C.O.R.E. and the Small Business Administration. You can also Join our fall river innovators toastmasters or BNI groups as well.

We want your ideas and participation

If you have an idea for a business incubator program please let us know. We are committed to helping entreprenuers grow to their potential and achive their personal and professional goals.

For more information or to participate in the BIC Incubator or Lab programs contact Chris Nielsen: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Full STEAM Ahead is a 30 minute program dedicated to exploring organizations, events and members of the community involved in education, awareness or innovations with Science Technology, Engineering Arts and Mathematics. This program includes interviews of community leaders, field segments, book reports and lab experiments that will inspire, entertain and inform you about important STEAM activities and initiatives within the Fall River and South Coast region. This program is designed to provide current information in a somewhat timeless fashion so it can  promote ongoing events or activities that will remain relevant beyond specific event or program dates. This program hopes to be an advocate forum for cultural, social and economic growth through providing information and perspectives from community leaders and organizations impacting social and economic change.

Full STEAM Ahead is hosted by local businessman Christopher Nielsen and organized through the Business Innovation Center with a student crew and recorded both in the field and at the Fall River Community Television Studios on the Bristol Community College Campus Fall River MA.

If you are interested in participating in this program or have ideas or referrals to help build awareness about STEAM education please let us know. 

For more information or to participate in the BIC Multi media Lab and TV production programs contact Chris Nielsen: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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