Our 4th Annual Warfighter Systems Summit provides leaders within the Department of Defense, academia, industry, and other critical stakeholders an open 'Town Hall' forum that serves as a conduit for information exchange, idea generation, and open dialogue and debate. The goal of this year's Summit is to focus on near term capabilities as well as future innovations in support of improving the lethality, survivability and mobility of the close combat Warfighter.
From supporting the USMC's Force Design 2030 and the Navy's overarching focus on Great Power Competition in the Littoral battlespace, to the Army's continual evolution of an Adaptive Squad Architecture and what the future of operating in dense urban environments will require, the Summit agenda will discuss both near and long term capability gaps.
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With an eye to the near term future, we will convene a panel to discuss the evolving research toward human-machine teaming in order to inform future Warfighter applications as well as innovations in brain - computer interfaces.
Attendees at our Warfighter Systems Summit will have a unique opportunity to engage in open and honest conversation with key decision makers and acquisition authorities about the future of US close combat forces. Attendees will gain valuable insights into navigating the Warfighter capabilities acquisition processes and will hear about the solutions urgently needed by Warfighters to ensure the US maintains a tactical overmatch over its adversaries.
Date: May 26, 2021
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