The Digital Submarine Tomorrow Is Today Fair An NDIA & NavalX Creative Collision Event That Will Make Today’s and Tomorrow’s Navy Enterprise More Agile
3/15/2022 - 3/16/2022
5380 Eisenhower Ave, Suite C, Alexandria, VA 22304
Event Type : Committee-Division Meeting
Event Code : 272B
Join us on March 15 - 16, 2022 at the Digital Submarine Tomorrow is Today Fair!
NDIA & NavalX have partnered for a Collision Event to explore digital technology advancements for tomorrow’s more agile Navy. This pilot event will be focused on acquisition and technology professionals including active Navy program office leadership and personnel and leaders and members in the defense industrial base. This two-day event will be facilitated by NavalX to explore, integrate, and encourage collisions on “how might we” re-imagine acquisition, sustainment, and modernization given the trajectory of commercial digital improvement and the need for a more capable, agile, and cost effective solutions for the Navy.
This two-day event will provide the participants the following opportunities:
- Insight into the latest requirements and developments in today’s digital ecosystem with exhibits and key speakers in the areas of: Digital Microelectronic Engineering, DEVSECOPs, Digital Maintenance, and other things Digital.
- Participation in Q&A with Navy Leaders and Industry speakers
- Facilitated exchange on identifying affordable solutions
- In-person networking for building strong relationships
Visit the registration page to reserve your spot! Limited seating is available.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only. Please do not forward this link to anyone.
NOTE: This event is NOT open to press/media.
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