Welcome to TLI
Bridging the gap between business and engineering
For high-tech companies, business success is all about mastering the gray zone – that area of the company where business, engineering, science, and technologies converge. TLI programs and activities help high-tech professionals, managers, and leaders grow their businesses by showing them ways to explore and maximize growth in the gray zone.
TLI’s skill set includes technology foresight and forecasting, innovation, strategic management of technology, new product and business development, science and technology policy, and intellectual property. With an eye on helping high-tech firms maximize their growth potential, TLI shows high-tech companies how to move more adeptly within the gray zone by exploring ways to
- map technology strategies
- maximize intellectual property assets
- marshal technologies
- stimulate innovation
- commercialize ideas
We take an in-depth, integrated approach that works in the relentless world of high-tech business. Check us out. If you’re a pacesetter within the high-tech community, you’ll find that TLI has programs, activities, and services for your gray-zone challenges.
December 18, 2014 | 7:30-9:00 am
McNamara Alumni Center
Today, medical devices have operating systems and communication hardware that allow them to connect to networks and other devices. To address concerns of potential cyber vulnerabilities in medical devices, we must rethink our approach to engineering design: ensuring that security is built-in-by-design in both the medical devices and the associated architecture of their networked operation.
TLI in partnership with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Minnesota-based healthcare providers, medical device manufacturers and industry associations have developed a wireless infusion pump use-case addressing these issues. This use-case will be presented in coordination with its formal release by NIST/NCCoE for public comment.
Presentation by Minnesota Congressman Erik Paulsen, NCCoE Deputy Director Nate Lesser, and NIST research scientist Gavin O’Brien
This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited so please register early.
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TLI is bringing the business technology community together on the third Wednesday of each month with our exciting speaker series. Industry leaders present their insights on a broad range of high-impact topics and participants share their views and experiences at these interactive events. Grow your career and network with the TLI community. The events are free, but space is limited, so reserve your seat early.
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TLI’s mission is to develop local and global leaders for technology enterprises, and to empower executives and leaders in their strategic vision to leverage technology to drive business development.