NDIA is proud to announce its Emerging Technologies Institute, led by Executive Director Dr. Mark Lewis. Join us for this inaugural event and hear from keynote speaker General John Hyten, USAF, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, followed by a presentation on the Modernization Quandary. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the architects of the Emerging Technologies Institute about filling the void between government, industry, and academia in emerging technologies, and the work ETI will take on in the future.
What is ETI?
NDIA's Emerging Technologies Institute (ETI) is a non-partisan institute focused on technologies that are critical to the future of national defense. ETI provides research and analyses to inform the development and integration of emerging technologies into the defense industrial base.
Learn more at https://www.ndia.org/ETI
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