The Joint ARM Digital Experience has ended.
However, the virtual platform will remain open until Sunday, December 6 at 4 PM EST to registered attendees to re-access the event presentations.
Did you miss the Joint ARM Digital Experience?
Don't worry, we have you covered with on-demand materials. The "On Demand" feature gives you access to the releasable presentations and handouts to view at your own convenience. You will also have full access to the Virtual Exhibit Hall where you can tour exhibitor booths, view exhibitor videos, and download handouts. For information on how to register to access On Demand, please view our Registration page.
About the Event
This brand-new digital experience will convene three defense sectors for an online conference that is not to be missed. The Armaments, Robotics, and Munitions communities are already collaborating in industry and on the battlefield, now they will do so during this one-of-a-kind event.
Over the course of two days, the program will drill down from the broad to the specific, providing attendees with key knowledge of present and forthcoming advances in armaments, robotics, and munitions.
Top speakers from the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE), Joint Munitions Command (JMC), Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC), and related offices, include.
- The Honorable Kevin Fahey;
- MG Patrick Donahoe, USA, and Donald Sando of MCoE;
- Brig Gen Heath Collins, USAF
- COL Gavin Gardner, USA, of JMC;
- John Hedderich, III of CCDC;
- And more.
With this sort of cross-service and multi-functional participation, attending the Joint ARM Digital Experience will provide direct access to the people and information required to achieve your objectives as well as our collective mission in support of the warfighter.
Join us as we explore the development and use of equipment, systems, and capabilities of common interest and importance to the Armaments, Robotics, and Munitions communities—such as the CROWS system.
Register now for this exclusive opportunity to learn from the experts and to make invaluable connections.
*Attendee demographics based on 2019 events.
Please note: This event is on the record and open to media except where noted.
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Sarah O'Hanley CEM