Human Systems within Multi-Domain Operations
How will individual and team training for multi-domain operations change? How will AI enable the human to command and control MDO? What is required to enable the effective measurement, testing, and evaluation of the Human Systems designed for MDO? What tools and capabilities are available to ensure Human Systems succeed within MDO?
Come to the 2020 Human Systems Conference to engage with Human Systems experts over these questions! While offering a dynamic exchange of technical information and dialogue among industry, government, and academic leaders within the Human Systems community, the Conference seeks to advance the field and optimize our warfighters’ capabilities through education, consultation, research, and collaboration. The 25th Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, endorses such partnership, noting that DoD’s strength “comes from the longstanding link between the technology community and the government."
Centered on Human Systems within Multi-Domain Operations, this year’s conference will explore a variety of relevant and game-changing topics: Human Systems Integration, Human Factors Engineering, Human Performance, Human-Agent Teaming, and Human Systems and Artificial Intelligence.
EXPERIENCE dynamic presentations and an interactive poster session that will explore how the Human Systems community can support MDO
NETWORK with industry, government, and academic leaders of the Human Systems and MDO communities
DISCUSS challenges and solutions for Human Systems integration within MDO
PRESENT your organization’s unique capabilities and perspectives to the Human Systems community while gaining invaluable feedback and engaging in unique collaboration opportunities
LEARN from community experts and leaders about new Human Systems technologies and products
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Mr. Dave Chesebrough