NDIA Electronics Division Summer Meeting
Please join fellow leaders in industry, government, and academia for a “whole of nation” discussion on microelectronics, addressing boots on the ground perspectives on what it will take to accomplish economic and national security objectives. By bringing- your broad perspectives on historical legislation from Congress, the CHIPS and Science Act. and adjacent microelectronics policy and programs, together we can identify challenges and solutions to spur innovation, drive demand, and accomplish necessary measures for dual use ecosystem success in the US .
Held annually, TSIS provides industry an opportunity to network and interact with procurement officials for training and simulation products and services from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force. Industry looks for insight on near-term and long-term opportunities, to include Q&A sessions and panel discussions. Acquisition strategies, timing and funding levels are also provided during the briefs.
Be sure to watch this page for continued updates on the agenda and planning!
NSMMS and CRASTE, two space focused conferences, will co-locate events for the 11th year. These co-located Symposia continue their outstanding legacy in bringing together technologists, users, and decision makers from across the nation. Discussions involves key technology issues related to space, missile, hypersonic systems, and a variety of ground-breaking commercial space topics necessary for our Country's defense and research and development pursuits. What this means for you - you can attend two events with one registration fee, experience an expanded exhibit show and poster session, have more people to network and exchange ideas with, and have even more technical talks to participate in.
The 2023 forum will have a joint senior level Plenary Session, a variety of technical sessions covering ground-breaking research and technology, an exhibit show, a student grant program which promotes college-level participation in science and technology, and a work-share and job board program to promote workforce development.
"The 5th annual Quantum Information Science (Q4I) workshop is an event that
anyone interested in quantum computing and its applications should not miss.
Hosted by the Griffiss Institute at the Innovare Advancement Center in Rome,
NY, from June 27-29, 2023, the event will bring together leading experts,
researchers, and practitioners in the field of quantum computing to share
their latest research findings, innovations, and ideas.
Griffiss Institute is conducting the first “TAKathon” to promote collaboration and growth with the TAK community. We invite you to co-sponsor this event with the intention of joining us to enhance our commitment to being the most advanced in the technology field, especially regarding public safety. Your company is receiving this email because you are a leader in technology, and we wish to invite you to continue that commitment to growth within the TAK atmosphere.
This event will be open to ALL public safety officials. We invited local, state, and federal first responders. This invite is extended to but not limited to fire departments, law enforcement, and medical officials. We welcome all first responders to join us in increasing public safety through enhanced technology and situational awareness.
We thank you for helping the TAK ecosystem grow. TAK continues to succeed through end users and partners such as yourself. Please feel free to extend this invite to any partners which you see fit.
As the Air Force forges ahead in its digital transformation journey, Secretary Frank Kendall’s seven Operational Imperatives continue to guide the service’s long-term objectives, capabilities and programs, especially in light of the intensifying peer and near-peer competition.
Software, zero trust, cloud, long-range fires and JADC2 remain at the forefront of the Air Force’s focus areas as the service embraces new technologies and approaches in support of critical national security missions both at home and abroad.
Distinguished leaders from the Air Force and the private sector will convene in dynamic discussion surrounding the service’s most important strategies, opportunities and priorities during POC’s 2023 Air Force Summit.
LCID kicks off with a classified session and continues with unclassified presentations, keynote speakers, panels, and leadership meet-and-greet exchanges. One on one meetings will also be available on 2 August. The event as a whole focuses on the Life Cycle Management Center's future requirements, collaboration opportunities and topics covering the entire acquisition life cycle and management across AFLCMC portfolios.
With the exception of the Classified Session in the morning of Day 1, topics will be discussed in detail at the Distribution-A (Approved for Public Release; distribution unlimited).
Historically, LCID has hosted almost 1,000 Government, Industry, and Academia attendees and every AFLCMC Program Executive Office (PEO).
We are excited to announce that once again in 2023, Air Force Research Lab’s (AFRL) Wright Dialogue with Industry (WDI) and Life Cycle Management Center's (LCMC) Life Cycle Industry Days (LCID) will take place within the same week (31 July - 4 August). Both events will be co-hosted with Dayton Defense and both events will be hosted at the Dayton Convention Center. LCID and WDI will remain standalone events; we are combining the events in one week as to gain efficiencies in the sharing of information, collaboration and discussion.
WDI offers three days of in-depth unclassified and classified comprehensive presentations, panels, one-on-one technical sessions, and leadership meet-and-greet exchanges focused on the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Science and Technology. Technical portfolios and contracting opportunities for each of Technical Directorates and supporting organizations will be presented by the Tech Directors and SMEs.
This is not an “Approved for Public Distribution” level event; topics will be discussed in detail at the Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and Classified information levels.
Historically, over 600 Government, Industry, and Academia attendees representing 36 states and every AFRL Directorate participate in WDI discussing unclassified and classified information. This proven successful format will continue where two-way dialogue between attendees and presenters is fostered through focused technical, opportunity, and educational tracks and sessions. View the draft agenda for details.
The IDGA Disruptive Technology for Defense Transformation Summit (DTDT) will bring together a diverse and rich ecosystem of Military, Government, SES, Political, Tactical and Commercial personnel including innovators, federal and military leaders, systems integrators, start-ups, VC investors, and industry with the purpose of discussing how to best integrate next generation tech into military capabilities.
DTDT enables the robust effort between leaders and authority to make significant changes to exploit technology across defense and transform the way we think and operate.
In line with the critical priorities outlined by the current Undersecretary of Defense for Research & Engineering to maintain a technical advantage over our adversaries, we will be taking a deep dive into these areas:
AFA's Air, Space & Cyber Conference is the leading professional development event for Air Force and Space Force officers, enlisted members, civilians, veterans, and defense industry leaders and representatives.
Hear what top Air Force and Space Force leadership, industry experts, and government officials had to say about the challenges facing the aerospace and cyber communities today and in the future.
Military Flight Training USA is back for our 8th annual conference and is proud to be bringing together a community of 150+ Training Program Managers, Instructors, Industry and Academy Experts, and Executives as we discuss challenges at the forefront of pilot training.
By guiding flight training initiatives to leverage new technology and innovative education strategies, Commands can effectively reduce the gaps in skills and capabilities from training aircraft to operational aircraft in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. Our session topics will present an in-depth view on the emerging training and procurement priorities for the US, industry and America’s international partners, including the latest on the T7A acquisition, the Reforge program, advancements in flight simulation technology, and much more!
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