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Like our virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference last September, 2021’s virtual Aerospace Warfare Symposium (vAWS2021) will include both live interactive presentations and pre-recorded, on-demand sessions. One new feature will be live-streamed webinars focused on key Mission Domains and the innovations and solutions available from industry.
Experience two days of discussions and gain unique insights into factors transforming the defense market landscape including new innovations in the evolving nature of air, space, and cyber power.
The Air Force is seeking to identify innovative Digital Engineering (DE) technologies and processes that aid in transforming AF acquisition from “analog” to “digital” and allow the AF to rapidly and continuously field disruptive capabilities. Digital Engineering depends on the creation of virtual, digital models and environments that are nearly perfect, harnessing their full power to learn and experiment so the actual, physical systems are fully integrated and tested before they are produced.
In adherence to the Air Force’s three digital acquisition principles (Own the Tech Stack, Warp from Tech Stack to Edge, eCreate before you Aviate), the DE innovations being sought include, but are not limited to virtual work environments, rapid virtual prototyping and demonstration, infrastructure operability, big data management, analysis, and visualization, linking disparate data sources and systems, digital thread and digital twin, advanced architecture tools, cybersecurity, decision analysis, model based systems engineering, model based engineering, software visualization, and cloud/high performance computing (HPC) cost effective infrastructure.
The Department of the Air Force (DAF) Command & Control, Communications and Computers (C4), Globally Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) and Cyberspace Superiority (Cyber) Service Core Functions (SCFs) community of experts is proud to announce the 2021 C4ISR & Cyber Independent Research and Development (IR&D) Technology Interchange Meetings (TIMs), slated to occur during the week of 22-26 March 2021.
The venue, likely to be either facilities at Joint Base Langley VA or Rome Research Site, Rome NY, is still being reviewed. When finalized, this posting will be updated.
This invitation is open to all industry IR&D and corporate investments, including large corporations, medium-sized and small businesses, as well as academia, National Labs and FFRDCs.
Sea-Air-Space brings the U.S. defense industry and key military decision-makers together for three days of informative educational sessions, important policy discussions and a dynamic exhibit hall floor.
Hear from Scott Thompson of Price Waterhouse Coopers. Scott is the author of the annual Aerospace Manufacturing Attractiveness Study ranking Ohio number two in aerospace attractiveness nationwide. Scott will discuss how that determination was made.
The Technology Coast Manufacturing and Engineering Network, TeCMEN, was established by the One Okaloosa EDC in 1989 to be the premier business advocate for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) industries. TeCMEN provides opportunities for innovative collaboration and advanced technical expertise locally, regionally, and in the competitive global marketplace.
TeCMEN represents more than 40 influential technology, engineering and manufacturing enterprises and key educational and workforce development partners with STEM specializations. This group is comprised of Fortune 500, mid-sized and small local businesses, to include disadvantaged businesses. The TeCMEN member's president, CEO or designated representative meets monthly to discuss business opportunities. These monthly forums allow member companies to remain aware of local business opportunities and to discuss expanding their capabilities through contract-teaming and networking. Throughout the year there are opportunities for guest participation events.
business community together to connect and collaborate. This enables the
opportunity for small business innovation to quickly deliver advanced
technologies to the Air Force.
Over 1,700 students and faculty will gather in Southern New Mexico for the annual Spaceport America Cup. Drawn by the opportunity to collaborate and compete at a world-class spaceport facility, they represent the best and brightest from more than 150 institutions located all across the world.