2019 Cyber-Augmented Operations Division Spring Conference
Operationalizing the Technical Advantage
Hear directly from government experts on warfighting challenges to operations in contested cyber environments and the technological advancements that industry is providing to maintain our technical advantage at the NDIA Cyber-Augmented Operations Division Spring Conference.
Participate in discussions on topics that will cover key issues such as:
- Agile Spectrum Applications
- AFWERX/Air Force SBIR/STTR
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented Reality
- Data Analytics and Algorithms
- Decision Support Systems
- Human Assistance Systems
- Machine Learning
- Physical System Replication/Digital Twin
- Virtual Training Systems
Lt Gen Steven
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