We look forward to seeing everyone on Monday, April 29 at the JMU Festival. [Reservations closed on Wed. April 24.] We sent attendance confirmations to all that registered on Fri., April 26.

F Y I for registered guests:
We recommend …. knowing how to log in and use Twitter or Facebook MESSENGER accounts. That’s how you’ll be able to either vote for the Serco People’s Choice award or just post selfies (eg from the photo booth). (Wanna vote now? Get started: Details on how to vote for PCA Don’t have a public social media account? No problem, you’ll use “Walter”, a bot. Curious to see how that is going? Visit the page and check the “wall” displayed there.)
During Tech Nite, we will display the hashtags we’re gathering [#SVTCPC19] and [#SVTCTN19] and will display them on our social wall in the ballroom.
  • Location: James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Festival Center. The foyer (reception) and ballroom (dinner) is straight in from the main entrance. Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/oLPStc3J6tfP5y6G6 (Physical address for GPS: 1301 Carrier Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22807.)
  • Time: Reception, 5:30 pm; dinner at 6:45 pm. This will be the best networking you can find: 31 nominees and the who-is-who of the Valley’s tech community. Bring business cards!
  • Parking: please park only in lots C10, C11, C12, D1, D3. Take a look at JMU Parking, Skyline area. (You will not need to have a visitor parking tag in your car. Parking enforcement is suspended in these lots from 5:00 pm on, but not in the other lots.)
  • Tickets: Your nametag is your ticket, so come in and pick it up.
  • Business Attire
  • SEATING There are two types of seating: at a “reserved table” and “everywhere else” (general seating). Reserved tables are hosted by award or table sponsors, and are marked as such (table sign); and the sponsors have invited guests to sit with them. — That leaves the rest of the ballroom open for ”general seating” – and attendees may sit where and with whom they please. (No seating chart.)
  • Nominees will receive an additional email with additional info

KEYNOTE | David Hofert, Perrone Robotics: “Winter is Coming: The Game of Autonomous Vehicles.”