March 20, 2019

Home Grown Success »

RTR is truly humbled to be the recipient of the Home Grown Success award presented by Harford County Executive Barry Glassman.

February 14, 2019

Now boarding from MIA: facial recognition departures »

RTR worked vigorously behind the scenes at Miami Airport, doing Time and Motion studies to establish a baseline to assess the impact of new facial recognition technology in future deployments. 

February 05, 2019

The New Age of Manufacturing »

It was exciting to spend time with Pompeian operations managers at their plant in Baltimore where we discovered WHY Pompeian is the top importer and manufacturer of olive oil in the United States. Pompeian’s automation initiatives delivers unique value to their process optimization.

May 01, 2018

11th Annual GOLF4STEM Education Tournament »

Join us for the 11th Annual GOLF4STEM Tournament, hosted by NMTC on June 4th, 2018.

July 07, 2014

We build it a thousand times so you only build it once! »

Q&A session with RTR’s employees

Q: What customers have you served?
A: RTR’s employees have primarily served governmental customers in the Department of Defense, GSA and the Department of Homeland Security and its antecedents. We have served Navy NAVAIR and Marine air organizations, the General Services Administration (GSA) Public Building Services organization, and the DHS Transportation Security Administration (TSA), The Secret Service, and Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Our commercial customers include the games industry, dental and medical offices, airlines, steel manufacturers, software development teams, power companies, metal foundries, auto manufacturers, insurance companies, banks, and others.

December 18, 2013

Can Technology Improve Logistics? »

As the 2013 calendar year comes to a close, the RTR partners want to take this opportunity to express their sincere appreciation to our readers and followers.  We understand how valuable your time is and we are grateful for your continued interest in following RTR’s progress.  We hope you have found our monthly news articles valuable and we will continue to bring you pertinent newsletters in 2014. 
This month’s newsletter focuses on logistics, a timely subject given the holiday shopping frenzy that is underway.  Today’s emphasis on ecommerce or buying it online and having it shipped to our doorstep is a cornerstone of the holiday season.  RTR Technologies, an operations research consulting firm, employs experts in logistics to support our DOD, federal, and commercial clients and so we are constantly studying the science and successes in industry as they innovate to improve logistics performance. 

September 30, 2013

Q&A: Agile session with Dr. Michael Rippin, a local CIO »

What is your background?
I have spent most of my career in the following roles: Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Director of Software Engineering, and Director of Technical Projects.  I possess a PhD in Information Technology (IT), two Masters Degrees, Scrum Master Certification, and a Scrum Product Owner Certification.  I have attended and spoken at many conferences and trade shows related to IT, organizational effectiveness, management, leadership, and Agile.

August 27, 2013

Helping the Community »

RTR Technologies is an advocate of promoting the importance of education and mentoring today’s youth. We want to recognize Terrence Hart who just completed a successful summer internship at RTR Technologies.

July 28, 2013

RTR Technologies, the first DECADE….. »

As July 2013 comes to a close, it carries with it a weight and significance that is palatable to everyone in the RTR Technologies family.  It marks our 10 year anniversary, a milestone that the RTR Principals (Randy Rippin, Reed Rippin, and Earl Thies) are pleased to share with their dedicated employees, distinguished clients, strategic partners, and Harford County.

July 23, 2013

Applying Life’s Lessons and Experience to the Job »

As technology has made it easier to remotely connect with others, many businesses, corporations, and federal agencies have made the move to allow employees to “telework” or “telecommute.”