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  • GVSETS & APBI
    All day
    2021-08-10

    Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS) & Advanced Planning Briefings for Industry (APBI)

    Call for Abstracts Now Open. Visit http://www.ndia-mich.org/gvsets/technical-papers for more information.
    Abstract submissions are due March 12, 2021

    BRIDGING THE GAP & TRANSITIONING TECHNOLOGIES TO THE WARFIGHTER
    By August, GVSETS & APBI should be back LIVE! This means the ability to personally network and share technical research to over 1,500 attendees.

    As new and innovative technologies are developed by academia, industry, and government, the U.S. Military is constantly looking to integrate them into current and future military ground vehicles. However, one of the greatest challenges is bridging the gap between fundamental research in the lab and integrating these new capabilities onto the battlefield. Thus, the theme for this years Technical Sessions will be to Bridge the Transition Gap!

    TECHNICAL PAPER SCOPES
    Scientists and engineers from government, academia and industry will be invited to submit abstracts for Technical Papers. The selected Papers will be published and presented at the event in August.

    Paper scopes include:
    Additive Manufacturing
    Autonomy, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (AAIR)
    Cybersecurity of Ground Systems
    Modeling Simulation and Software (MS2)
    Power and Mobility
    Survivability
    Vehicle Electronics and Architecture (VEA)

    EVENT DETAILS COMING SOON!
    For more information about GVSETS & APBI, contact gvsets@ndia-mich.org or go to www.ndia-mich.org

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  • GVSETS & APBI
    All day
    2021-08-11

    Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS) & Advanced Planning Briefings for Industry (APBI)

    Call for Abstracts Now Open. Visit http://www.ndia-mich.org/gvsets/technical-papers for more information.
    Abstract submissions are due March 12, 2021

    BRIDGING THE GAP & TRANSITIONING TECHNOLOGIES TO THE WARFIGHTER
    By August, GVSETS & APBI should be back LIVE! This means the ability to personally network and share technical research to over 1,500 attendees.

    As new and innovative technologies are developed by academia, industry, and government, the U.S. Military is constantly looking to integrate them into current and future military ground vehicles. However, one of the greatest challenges is bridging the gap between fundamental research in the lab and integrating these new capabilities onto the battlefield. Thus, the theme for this years Technical Sessions will be to Bridge the Transition Gap!

    TECHNICAL PAPER SCOPES
    Scientists and engineers from government, academia and industry will be invited to submit abstracts for Technical Papers. The selected Papers will be published and presented at the event in August.

    Paper scopes include:
    Additive Manufacturing
    Autonomy, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (AAIR)
    Cybersecurity of Ground Systems
    Modeling Simulation and Software (MS2)
    Power and Mobility
    Survivability
    Vehicle Electronics and Architecture (VEA)

    EVENT DETAILS COMING SOON!
    For more information about GVSETS & APBI, contact gvsets@ndia-mich.org or go to www.ndia-mich.org

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  • GVSETS & APBI
    All day
    2021-08-12

    Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS) & Advanced Planning Briefings for Industry (APBI)

    Call for Abstracts Now Open. Visit http://www.ndia-mich.org/gvsets/technical-papers for more information.
    Abstract submissions are due March 12, 2021

    BRIDGING THE GAP & TRANSITIONING TECHNOLOGIES TO THE WARFIGHTER
    By August, GVSETS & APBI should be back LIVE! This means the ability to personally network and share technical research to over 1,500 attendees.

    As new and innovative technologies are developed by academia, industry, and government, the U.S. Military is constantly looking to integrate them into current and future military ground vehicles. However, one of the greatest challenges is bridging the gap between fundamental research in the lab and integrating these new capabilities onto the battlefield. Thus, the theme for this years Technical Sessions will be to Bridge the Transition Gap!

    TECHNICAL PAPER SCOPES
    Scientists and engineers from government, academia and industry will be invited to submit abstracts for Technical Papers. The selected Papers will be published and presented at the event in August.

    Paper scopes include:
    Additive Manufacturing
    Autonomy, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (AAIR)
    Cybersecurity of Ground Systems
    Modeling Simulation and Software (MS2)
    Power and Mobility
    Survivability
    Vehicle Electronics and Architecture (VEA)

    EVENT DETAILS COMING SOON!
    For more information about GVSETS & APBI, contact gvsets@ndia-mich.org or go to www.ndia-mich.org

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  • NTSA-iFEST 2021
    All day
    2021-08-30-2021-09-01
    • 8/30/2021 – 9/1/2021
    • Event Type : Conference
      Event Code : 11D0

    In collaboration with the NTSA, the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative is excited to announce iFEST 2021. iFEST is the premier conference on Distributed Learning, bringing together thought leaders, innovators, and senior officials from government, industry, and academia to collaborate and share the latest challenges and innovations in the field. iFEST 2021 is being planned as an online conference with opportunities for some in-person sessions from August 30 – September 1, 2021.

    Who is ADL? The ADL Initiative bridges across Defense and other Federal agencies to encourage collaboration, facilitate interoperability, and promote best practices for using distributed learning to provide the highest-quality education, training, informal learning, and just-in-time support; tailored to individual needs and delivered cost-effectively, anytime and anywhere, to increase readiness, save resources, and facilitate interorganizational collaboration.

    Details on the agenda, registration, and exhibit and sponsorship opportunities will be posted soon. Be sure to watch this page for continued updates on the agenda and planning.

     

     

    Contact

    Ms. Reneé Despot – Event Logistics
    (703) 247-9490
    rdespot@NDIA.org

    Carol Dwyer – Registration
    (703) 247-9471
    cdwyer@NDIA.org

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