Join pioneering industry leaders and key government decision makers at this highly-anticipated annual event. The 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting is a great opportunity to learn about the latest innovative maintenance and sustainment technology, share news, updates, focus areas, and best practices with others in the field.

All registrants must submit their 5512 base access form no later than close of business Thursday, April 4th to be quickly admitted to FRCSW.

All registrants following 4/4 will be individually responsible for obtaining access for each day on base.  

Attendees who carry an Active CAC or Military ID do not need to complete the 5512.  These ID will need to be presented at the security gate. 

2019 CTMA Partners Meeting

May 6-8
Island Club
Fleet Readiness Center Southwest
Coronado, CA

CTMA Technology Showcase

May 9
Building 472
Fleet Readiness Center Southwest
Coronado, CA

Key Due Dates:

4/4 – Registrant 5512 Base Access Forms Due
4/12 – CTMA Technology Competition Due

Contact

If you have any questions or issues, please email our team: 
support@ncms.org

Join us May 6-8 for the 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting as we celebrate the Naval Air Station North Island’s 100th anniversary of aviation and maintenance excellence as well as current maintenance and sustainment technology innovations. Held at Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW), Coronado, California, this year’s theme is “CTMA – Enabling Maintenance for the Next 100 Years.” The 2019 event will feature engaging speeches, interactive maintenance focused technology panels, and much more.

Participants will also have the opportunity to showcase their innovative technology solutions via exhibitors displays. The exhibitor displays are open to all NCMS members and non-members as well as government individuals. Your ideas and innovations will drive the next generation of maintenance technology and promote improved warfighter readiness.

Keynote Speakers

Mr. Kenneth Watson

Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness

Mr. Steve Morani

Director of Logistics, Air Force Sustainment Center

Featured Events

The 2019 CTMA/FRC-SW Partners Meeting has a jam-packed agenda featuring keynote speakers, multiple informative panel discussions, and lots of networking opportunities. The event kicks off on Monday, May 6 with a tutorial for participants to gain complete insight into the CTMA Program and continues through Wednesday, May 8.

CTMA Competition Shark Tank – Wednesday, May 8

The top six finalists of the CTMA Technology Competition will be granted 10 minutes to present their submission/idea to the audience, followed by five minutes of Shark Tank Q&A with the competition review panel. An overall winner will be voted on and announced immediately following the competition. The winner will receive $50,000 in funding and will participate in a one-year technology demonstration/evaluation project.

Agenda

Monday May 6 – CTMA Partners Meeting

12:00

Early Registration, CTMA Tutorial

Greg Kilchenstein, ODASD MR
Debbie Lilu, CTMA Program Director
Ken Anderson, Universal Synaptics

Tuesday May 7

7:30

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Welcome
CAPT Anthony Jaramillo, Commander, FRCSW

8:45

OSD / NCMS Introductions
Greg Kilchenstein, ODASD MR
Lisa Strama, NCMS President & CEO
Debbie Lilu, CTMA Program Director

9:15

Maintenance Keynote Speaker
Kenneth D. Watson, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness

9:45

Break

10:00

Keynote Speaker
Mr. Richard Bomhold, COMFRC Senior Civilian & Sustainment Vision 2020

10:30

Successful Sustainment Technology Lifecycle Panel
Moderator: Steve Morani, Director of Logistics, Air Force Sustainment Center

David P. Stephens, One Network Enterprises
Bill Kobren, DAU
Joe Sparks, COMFRC
Kim Brown, AFMC, HQ
Richard Crowthers, Air Force, Invited

12:00

Lunch and Table Top Displays (Stem Experience)

1:00

F-18 Readiness Journey Panel
Moderator:  Chris Root, FRCSW Advanced Technology & Innovation IPT Lead

Thomas Jarvis, FRCSW Engineering Department Group Head
David Heinauer, FRCSW Deputy Director of Logistics and Industrial Operations
Rick Taylor, CAPT Retired
CDR Chris Roesner, AIRPAC N41 Supply

2:30

Break

2:45

CTMA Project Tracks (In parallel)

  • Track 1
    • NAVAIR SmartSignal Digital Twin CBM+ Capability Evaluation – Samir Mehta, GE Aviation, US
    • CBM+ Data Integration with RCM – Nick Smith, RCM/CBM+ Branch Manager, NAVAIR, Felipe Hernandez, GSS
  • Track 2
    • Mission Analysis Readiness Resource Synchronization (MARRS) – Ron Schultz, Dan Lehman (MKGCS)
    • Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) Sustainment Vision 2020 – Rob Willis (Invited)
  • Track 3
    • Augmented Reality to Improve Maintenance Workforce Performance – Gregory Harrison, Lockheed Martin
    • Mobile pRFID System to Support Depot Maintenance – John Baker, Venture Research (Invited), Steve McKee, NAVSEA (Invited)

3:45

Catapult Competition

5:30

Evening Reception and Table Top Displays
Island Club, FRCSW

Wednesday May 8

7:30

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00

Keynote Speaker
Steve Morani, Director of Logistics, Air Force Sustainment Center

8:30

Commercial MRO Panel
Moderator: Chris Saldana, Georgia Tech

John Semmens, Applications Engineering Manager, Lockheed Martin
Daniel Braley, Boeing Global Services
Jared Dalpias, Director, United States Air Force

10:00

Break

10:15

CTMA Tracks

    • Track 1
      • F35 Joint Program Office Digital War Room – Alex Henry, Invited
      • F/A-18 E/F Rhino Recovery Plan IBP Initiative – Dan Hodgson, Invited
      • Automated Armory: Total Asset Visibility Evaluation and Demonstration – Stuart Nachman, Troika Solutions
    • Track 2
      • Drone Project – David Cooper, Anglicotech
      • Intermittent Fault Detection Technology – Navy – Ken Anderson, Universal Synaptics, Joe Sparks, COMFRC (Invited)
      • Adapting Blockchain Technology for Additive Manufacturing – Tim Abbott, Moog, George Blackwood, FRCSW
  •  Track 3
    • AM Contracting Guide for DoD – Eleanor Shelton, NCMS
    • Modeling and Simulation at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
    • Large Stand-Off, Large-Area Thermography Non-Destructive Inspection System – Frank Zahari, AFMC, Invited

11:45

Lunch and Table Top Displays

Speaker “Bringing Tomorrow’s Frontier to Today”
Mr. Donald Deptowicz, A New Frontier for Innovation in Learning and Manufacturing bringing Tomorrow’s Frontier to Today.

1:00

Advancing the Industrial Base Panel
Moderator: Gabe Draguievich, 6.0T Chief Industrial Technology Officer FRCSW

Steve Lagana, Program Manager, PMS-555
Amy S. Cannello, COMFRC
Steve Dale, Director of Industrial Operations, Letterkenny Army Depot
Frank Zahari, AFMC, Invited

2:30

Break

2:45

CBM+ Panel
Moderator: Greg Kilchenstein, ODASD MR

Jeremy Estes, Technical Expert: R&M Engineering, Air Force Lifecycle Management Center
Jason Duncan, CBM+ and Mission Support Lead, Tank-automotive and Armaments Command
Nick Smith RCM / CBM+ Branch Manager, NAVAIR
LTC Faith Chamberlin, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center
Samir Mehta, GE Aviation Digital

3:45

CTMA Technology Competition Shark Tank Presentations

5:00

Evening Reception and Table Top Display
Island Club, FRC Southwest

Thursday May 9 – NCMS Technology Showcase

7:30

10:00

12:00

1:00

4:00

Registration and Set-up

Table Top Displays

Lunch

Table Top Displays

End of Technology Showcase

Exhibiting During the CTMA Partners Meeting

Aptima, Inc.
Aspen Hybrid Technology Solutions
Aspire Solutions
Atmospheric Plasma Solutions
Barfield, Inc.
Bechtel National
CS Unitec
DIT-MCO International
Eclypse International
Elevate Systems
Karagozian & Case
Leica Geosystems
Maglogix
Metalbuilt, LLC
PPG Industries, Inc.
PTC
ReverseEngineering.com
Siemens
Solavitek Engineering Inc.
Spectro Scientific, an AMETEK Company
SurClean, Inc.
Synergy Software Design, LLC
Temple Allen Industries
Thermal Wave Imaging
Universal Synaptics

Exhibiting During the NCMS Technology Showcase

Aptima, Inc.
Aspen Hybrid Technology Solutions
Aspire Solutions
Atlas Copco Tools & Assembly
Atmospheric Plasma Solutions
Barfield, Inc.
Bechtel National
DIT-MCO International
Eclypse International
Elevate Systems
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Hydratight with Enerpac
Impacto Protective Products Inc.
Leica Geosystems
Maglogix
Metalbuilt, LLC
NCMS
PTC
Reliabotics, LLC
ReverseEngineering.com
Siemens
Solavitek Engineering Inc.
Spectro Scientific, an AMETEK Company
SurClean, Inc.
Synergy Software Design, LLC
Temple Allen Industries
Thermal Wave Imaging
Universal Synaptics

Location

The 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting and NCMS Technology Showcase will be held at:

Fleet Readiness Center Southwest
Naval Air Station North Island

Island Club Catering and Conference Center
Building X
Coronado, CA 92118
Enter the facility through the Main Gate.

Hotels

The hotels listed below are local options and do not represent a recommendation by NCMS. Many options exist within the San Diego area.

NCMS Room Block

Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina (Near the San Diego Airport)
1380 Harbor Island Dr
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 291-2900

There are a select number of discounted room rates for Government as well as Industry available through April 19th.  Accommodation is subject to availability and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so reserve soon!

Click to Reserve Your Spot
Click to Reserve Your Spot (Government)

 

 

Other Accommodations:

Marriott Resort & Spa Coronado Island
2000 2nd Street
Coronado, CA 92118
(619) 435-3000

Hotel Del Coronado
1500 Orange Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
(619) 435-6611

Embassy Suites by Hilton San Diego Bay Downtown
601 Pacific Hwy
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 239-2400

San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter
660 K St.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 696-0234

Exhibiting opportunities for the CTMA Partners Meeting and NCMS Technology Showcase at FRCSW are SOLD OUT!

Please check the NCMS events page for future exhibition opportunities.

May 6-8  CTMA Partners Meeting Exhibitor

As part of your exhibitor registration, you will receive tabletop space to exhibit your technology during exhibition times throughout the 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting.

Space is limited, so reserve your space quickly, giving you an opportunity to reach a broad cross-section of decision makers throughout the DoD, increasing your industry exposure.

FRC-SW will have a unique space for all exhibitors to display their innovative technologies. Check back soon for space details including table dimensions, power source information, set up and dismantle times, and security during the event.

May 9  NCMS Technology Showcase Exhibitor

During the NCMS Technology Showcase, which occurs following the 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your innovative maintenance and sustainment technology via a tabletop display to a broad spectrum of Fleet Readiness Center Southwest maintenance artisans and decision makers.

Previous NCMS Technology Showcases have attracted over 1,000 attendees and have become an anticipated event throughout the DoD maintenance community.

Exhibition Space for this event is SOLD OUT

Technologies Sought:

Cleaning
Data Collection Management
Non-Destructive Inspection
Dimensional Measurement
Stripping/Coating Removal
Direct Digital Manufacturing
Surface Finishing
Analysis
Composites
Cold Jet
Bio-Media Corn Hybrid Polymer Blasting
Vacuum Systems
Industrial Cleaning Supplies
Closed Loop Cleaning
Cobalt Nano Phosphorus Coating and Plating
Semi-Automatic Sanding

The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) and the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness are pleased to announce that the CTMA Technology Competition will be returning this year! NCMS is accepting submissions now. The winner will receive $50,000 in funding and will participate in a one-year technology demonstration/evaluation project. The deadline for submissions is April 12, 2019.

The six finalists will be announced April 5th and will be invited to present their submissions in person on May 8 at the 2019 CTMA Partners Meeting. Presentations need to be in PowerPoint format and will be presented before the judges in a “Shark Tank” format.

Please Note: Unless we hear otherwise, we will submit all applications for the 2019 CTMA Technology Competition to the 2019 Maintenance Innovation Challenge taking place at the DoD Maintenance Symposium in Spokane, Washington. The Maintenance Innovation Challenge is a prestigious competition where all finalists have the opportunity to present their technologies in front of a large audience made up of DoD decision makers.

REGISTER NOW

All registrants must submit their 5512 base access form no later than close of business Thursday, April 4th to be quickly admitted to FRCSW.

All registrants following 4/4 will be individually responsible for obtaining access for each day on base.  

Attendees who carry an Active CAC or Military ID do not need to complete the 5512.  These ID will need to be presented at the security gate. 

Government Attendee

Individuals with a .mil or .gov email address
Register for the CTMA Partners Meeting, NCMS Technology Showcase, or both!

Attendee

NCMS Members, Industry, and Academia
NCMS Members  Discount Code: 19CTMApm
Register for the CTMA Partners Meeting, NCMS Technology Showcase, or both!

Exhibitor

Exhibit at the CTMA Partners Meeting, NCMS Technology Showcase, or both!
NCMS Members  Discount Code: 19CTMApm