2022 Human Systems Conference

2350 - 2022 Human Systems Conference Human Systems
  • 6/15/2022 - 6/16/2022
  • George Mason University Arlington Campus
    3351 Fairfax Drive, MS 5A7
    Arlington,  VA  22201
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  • Theme : Teaming at the Edge-Joint Cognitive Systems
    Event Type : Conference
    Event Code : 2350

Description

Do you care about the human element as we develop technology for our warfighters?

If so, join us for the 2022 Human Systems Conference in Arlington VA, June 15-16. This conference offers the opportunity for professionals from government, industry, and academia to gather and exchange technical information and dialogue around topics related to Human Systems Integration, Human Factors Engineering, Human Performance, Human-Agent Teaming, and Human Systems and Artificial Intelligence. The conference is one way by which the Human Systems community seeks to advance the field and optimize our warfighters' capabilities through education, consultation, research, and collaboration.

This year's conference will shine a light on Joint Cognitive Systems. We will discuss challenges and solutions related to decentralized teams of warfighters, complex decision support applications driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning, sensors collecting diverse environmental data, edge computing, and more.

WHY ATTEND?

EXPERIENCE dynamic presentations, interactive poster sessions, demonstrations, and Q&A sessions

NETWORK with industry, government, and academic leaders of the Human Systems community in a small conference setting of less than 200 participants

DISCUSS challenges, solutions, and future research for Human Systems

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 as well funding opportunities within the government

 

WHO ATTENDS?

Who Attends?

Contact

Ms. Renata Casiel
(703) 247-2561
rcasiel@NDIA.org

Jacqueline Dupre
(703) 247-2575
Jdupre@NDIA.org

Topics: Human Systems