JADC2 & All Domain Warfare Symposium Implications for the Future Force
6/22/2020 - 6/24/2020
Texas A&M University
1002 George Bush Dr W
College Station,  TX  77843
Event Type : Symposium
Event Code : 0841
Join NDIA and its Cyber-Augmented Operations Division for this inaugural event to uncover and maximize the role of cyber integration in electronic warfare, information operations, and joint all domain command & control (JADC2). With both unclassified and classified days, an academic setting, and representation from all Services, this symposium will provide direct access to cutting-edge research and cyber-enabled technologies that will best serve our warfighters.
As new technologies expand alongside the potential for cyberspace beyond support for intelligence and traditional military operations, this symposium presents a forum for industry, government executives, and academia to address the cyber-enabled emerging technologies that will best serve our warfighters. You won't want to miss the keynote speakers and panel members who will discuss the challenges confronting combatant commands and military Services while offering recommendations for opportunities to leverage new capabilities.
More information, including hotels, agenda, speakers, and registration will be announced soon, be sure to check back often for more details!
*Please note: This event is open to the press on Monday, June 22 ONLY.
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ContactMs. Reneé Despot
Ms. Tatiana Jackson