2019 Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition
In collaboration with Army Futures Command- Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning
The 2019 Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition, in collaboration with Army Futures Command- Maneuver Capability Development and Integration Directorate at Fort Benning, will serve as a forum for government, industry, and academia to engage on developing the robotics and autonomous systems of the future. This conference will help industry and academia identify where best to focus R&D efforts to better serve the U.S. military and showcase cutting edge robotics and autonomous system problem solving.
New This Year
- Complimentary registration for active duty military
- Complimentary registration for the Fort Benning Community
- Discounted registration rate for government attendees, students, and small business
- A Welcome Reception on April 23, hosted by the National Advanced Mobility Consortium, at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center
- Pursuing Robotic Autonomy Through This Transformation
- Threat RAS Overview
- Advancing Autonomy: Industry Perspective
- Next Generation Combat Vehicle Update
- A Constellation of Multi-domain Robotic Capabilities
- Program Updates by Domain
- O-ALFUS Development Efforts
- Technical Sessions featuring Industry Capabilities
Please Note: This event is open to the media.
Statistics based on 2018 Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition.
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