2019 Human Systems Conference
4/16/2019 - 4/17/2019
Theme : Leading Human Systems Innovation: Partnering to maximize warfighter effectiveness
Event Type : Conference
Event Code : 9350
The Human Systems Conference offers a dynamic exchange of technical information and dialogue between government, industry, and academic leaders of the Human Systems community who are interested in advancing the field through research, development and collaboration.
NEW THIS YEAR, the NDIA Human Systems Conference and DoD Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group (HFE TAG) meeting are co-located, so that professionals from industry, government and academia can meet face-to-face to discuss Human Systems challenges and solutions that promote operational performance.
EXPERIENCE a poster and demo session that will explore how the Human Systems community can support human interaction with system development lifecycles
NETWORK with government, industry, and academic leaders of the HSI community and to discuss challenges and solutions for better performance
Statistics based on 2018 Human Systems Conference.
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