• SmarterCape Summit 5

    It’s Smart to Be Dense This year’s SmarterCape Summit focuses on the housing challenges of Cape Cod: how do young families afford to live here? How can density/village housing improve housing availability and affordability? How can we amend outdated accessory housing by-laws? How does last-mile fiber connectivity fit into the mix? All this and more… [more info]

    SmarterCape Summit 5
  • John Landry “The Year Ahead”

    RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY A New Year’s tradition continues:  John Landry will again share his insights and forecasts for software-related technologies. John Landry is a 30+ year software veteran and innovator who has built great software products and great software companies.   Landry has had a distinguished track record as an innovative “Serial CTO”, successfully creating and… [more info]

    John Landry “The Year Ahead”
  • CCTC Annual Dinner: UMass Dean to Discuss Role of Entrepreneurial Science in Ensuring Resilience to Climate Change

    Robyn E. Hannigan, Founding Dean, School for the Environment at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, will be the keynote speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Cape Cod Technology Council on Thursday, April 16, 2015. The event, beginning at 5:30 p.m., will be held at The Clark Laboratory Building (Room 507) – Fifth Floor on the… [more info]

    CCTC Annual Dinner: UMass Dean to Discuss Role of Entrepreneurial Science in Ensuring Resilience to Climate Change
  • Infrastructure Committee

    The Infrastructure Committee meets at 9 AM on the second Wednesday of every month (allowing for holidays) at Attorney Eugene Curry’s office at 3010 Main Street in Barnstable Village, MA. The meeting is open to anyone who wishes to attend and covers a range of important infrastructure issues for the Cape Cod region, including telecommunications, internet access, and… [more info]

    Infrastructure Committee
  • New Technology Allows Divers to Reach 1,000 Feet, Remain Under Water for Hours

    WHOI Staffer Discusses the Technology and Its Recent Use in an Expedition off a Greek Island to Explore an Ancient Shipwreck as topic of Cape Cod Technology Council’s April First Friday Breakfast When a group of marine archaeologists explored an ancient shipwreck off a Greek Island in the Aegean Sea last September and October, the… [more info]

    New Technology Allows Divers to Reach 1,000 Feet, Remain Under Water for Hours

The Cape Cod Technology Council is a professional business organization that facilitates technology entrepreneurship, promotes technology education for business, encourages technology curriculum at the secondary and higher education levels, and advocates digital inclusion for citizens in our region.

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