Integrated Air & Missile Defense Conference

November 28-30, 2018, Washington, DC, United States

Multi-Domain Solutions for IAMD: Detection, Communication and Interception

Feelings of uncertainty remain in place as former, current and future threats against the United States, from North Korea, Russia and China, come to surface. It is crucial that the advancements, acquisitions and new developments of integrated air and missile defense systems become one of the top priorities of the US Armed Forces in order to protect our homeland.

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With the government to increase integrated air and missile defense spending in FY19, it is with great expectancy that the procurement process, for new defense system technologies, hastens. The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is requesting $9.9 billion in which the D.o.D is allocating $9.39 billion to unmanned systems - which is approximately $2 million more than what the government spent on them last year ($7.5 billion).

Join us this year to collaborate with industry experts and hear about recent trends, innovations and modernizations within the realm of integrated air and missile defense systems!

 

Top Benefits of Attending:

  • Identify Priorities for Multi-Domain Operations in the Context of IAMD
  • Hear Joint IAMD Roadmaps for Development and Acquisition
  • Learn about Modernization Initiatives for near term SHORAD and GMD upgrades
  • Understand Development and Employment Priorities from Regional IAMD Partners
  • Analyze the C-UAS strategy and discuss potential SHORAD solutions
  • Learn about Next Generation IAMD Solutions like Directed Energy Systems
  • Collaborate with Government, Military, and Industry partners on applying Multi-Domain concepts to IAMD

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Featured Speakers

  • RADM Jon Hill, Deputy Director, Missile Defense Agency
  • LTG Richard P. Formica, USA (Retired), Vice President, CALIBRE Systems and former CG, US Army Space and Missile Defense Command, U.S. Army
  • MG Yoshiki Adachi, Defense and Military Attache, Embassy of Japan
  • MG Glenn Bramhall, Special Assistant to the Director; Commander, Army National Guard; 263rd AAMDC, SC ARNG
  • MG Fran Mahon, US Army (Retired) former CG, 32nd AAMDC; Director of Test, MDA; J5, US NORTHCOM
  • BG (P) Sean Gainey, Deputy Director for Force Protection, Joint Staff
  • Brig Gen Kenneth Todorov (USAF Retired), VP, Former Director Operations, Director, Northrup Grumman, J3, US NORTHCOM, JIAMDO
  • Keith Englander, Director of Engineering, Missile Defense Agency
  • RADM Archer Macy (USN Retired), Former Commander & Director, USS Comte De Grasse; Naval Surface Warfare Center; JIAMDO; J8, Joint Staff
  • COL Douglas Waddingham, Chief of Staff, Air and Missile Defense, Cross Functional Team US Army
  • COL Chad Skaggs, Chief of Air and Missile Defense Integration, US Army Space and Missile Defense Command
  • Col. Cathy Barrington, Commander 91st Operations Group, US Air Force
  • Captain Dave Stoner, Commanding Officer; USS MONTEREY CG-61, US Navy
  • LTC Demetrios Ghikas, Division Chief, Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS), HQDA, G-3/5/7, DAMO-ZCF (Fires)
  • Major Mikita Brown, Director and Air Battle Manager, CUAS Coalition and US Air Force
  • Major Clifford Plowman, C-UAS Requirements Manager, Joint Staff, US Army
  • Dr. Thomas Karako, Senior Fellow in the International Security Program and Director of the Missile Defense Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • Rob Thompson, Subject Matter Expert & Co-Founder, CUAS Coalition
  • Scott Mathews, Senior Privacy Advisor, DHS/PRIV/IS3
  • CDR Michael Makee (USN Retired), IAMD Subject Matter Expert & Former Deputy Division Chief, US EUCOM

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Nov 7, 2018