What is vFuze?
vFuze is a virtual conference for the global fuze community to come together to advance the field and art of fuzing for the benefit of our current and future warfighters—all from the comfort of their own homes or offices.
How do I register for vFuze?
Regular registration for vFuze is over. However, all presentations and recordings are now available in an On Demand format and registration is now open. You can register for online on the vFuze Registration page.
What is "On Demand"?
The "On Demand" feature gives you access to the releasable presentations and handouts from vFuze to view at your own convenience. Accessing these presentations from vFuze allows you to gain valuable insights from the global fuze community.
What if I register for vFuze and miss it?
All presentations and recordings are now available in an on-demand format to everyone who was registered for vFuze until September 18, 2020. Refunds will not be given for no shows to the virtual event.
When will I receive the instructions for attending vFuze?
After you have registered for vFuze, you will receive an email from support@Digitellinc.com inviting you to create your password in the virtual platform. Upon login, you can also start to navigate through the platform. It may take up to 48 hours to process your registration and receive login instructions.
How much does it cost to attend virtually?
For registration rates, please visit the vFuze Registration page.
Can my computer or mobile device handle vFuze?
Most up to date computers and mobile devices such as laptops, desktops, and handheld tablets are capable of running vFuze for you. On the virtual platform, you will be able to perform what’s called a System Checker that will analyze your internet browser, internet connection, and network settings to be sure they are optimized for your viewing experience.
Please note the following for Government attendees: Some government computers will slow down access to streaming content. To counteract this, attendees are encouraged to not be on the LAN, disconnect from the VPN, and/or dial in from a personal machine.
Does NDIA give out Attendee Lists?
Attendees may opt in to be shown within vFuze on the attendee list. NDIA does not sell conference attendee lists with contact information. Please beware of solicitations claiming to have NDIA registration lists – these are scams!
What do I need to do to participate in vFuze?
You will need to login first to the virtual platform landing page. After this, you can proceed to the On Demand page, then select the session you want to view and click on the name.
After each session, an evaluation will be accessible under the Evaluations tab. Please repeat this process for each session you wish to attend.
Do I have access to all of the sessions?
In a word, yes! Similar to if you were attending the conference in person, you will be given the opportunity to select which sessions you’d like to attend virtually. It is up to you to decide which sessions interest you and to attend those sessions as desired. You may attend as many or as few sessions as you want.
Will I be able to see the presenters for each session?
Yes, you will be able to see both the speaker and his or her slides.
Can I share my virtual conference login information with other members of my team?
No, your login information is unique to your individual registration. For every paid registration to attend virtually, only that registered attendee will be allowed to enter vFuze.
Can I access and view recordings of any sessions from the conference?
Your virtual conference registration includes access to all educational session recordings after the event concludes. Don’t worry, you can view any sessions you missed out on about fourteen (14) days after the conference for a limited time.
How do I download handouts?
From the home page in the virtual platform, please select the handouts tab on the left-hand side of the page to view all available handouts and download them as a pdf.
Are there any social media hashtags associated with vFuze?
We are excited to have you participate in the social media discussion by using the hashtag #vFuze.