With less than 4 weeks to go, the 2nd Annual Future Soldier Technology USA Conference will bring together a community of senior military leaders, program managers, and researchers at the forefront of delivering enhanced soldier capabilities, from the US and beyond.
Key topics to be discussed include: Enhancing soldier lethality, Next Generation Squad Weapon, Advanced target acquisition systems, Soldier sensors, Manned unmanned teaming, Communication systems, Battlespace management, Soldier sustainability, Systems trialling and evaluation, Synthetic training environments and Augmented reality.
Interested parties can register at $999 for commercial organisations, $499 for military and government personnel and freely for US DoD at https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=22101.
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As the world’s biggest meeting of soldier modernization specialists from across NATO-aligned defence forces, this two-day event will provide excellent networking opportunities for those shaping the future of soldier tech through partnerships and innovation.
Military and industry representatives attending the conference include:
US: Combat Capabilities Development Command, Capabilities Development Directorate, Combat Development and Integration, Department of Defense, Ground Combat Element Systems, PEO C3T, PEO Soldier, US Army Armor School, US Army Futures Command, US Marine Corps Systems Command
Other Organisations: British Army, Canadian Army, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory – UK, Leonardo DRS, Redcom Laboratories, Swedish Armed Forces.
Interested parties are advised to register soon on the event website to guarantee a place at https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=22101.
Gold Sponsor: Leonardo DRS
Sponsors: Axon, Domo Tactical Communications and REDCOM
Future Soldier Technology USA
June 8th – 9th 2021
Virtual Event: Online Access Only
Source: SMi Group
Date: May 14, 2021
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