OCTOBER 11TH | 7:30 - 8:30 AM EST

HOW DIGITAL ENGINEERING IS SHAPING MODERNIZATION

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The Army is putting its faith in a series of digital initiatives including digital twins, open-systems architecture, artificial intelligence and machine learning to transform how it fields and sustains its most disruptive technologies and weapons platforms. These approaches can use formalized models to create an authoritative source that allows developers the flexibility to observe and test how modifications to an ecosystem of parts will perform prior to being physically manufactured and deployed on the battlefield. But they can also include using machine learning and artificial intelligence to make better decisions on the battlefield, whether that comes from mapping, networking communications, robotics or more. In this panel event hosted by Defense News at AUSA, we’ll hear from Army leadership about their goals for incorporating digital initiatives into their planning and operations, as well as its implications for soldier training, a digital-first culture and acquisition reform.

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If you plan to attend in-person, a light breakfast will be provided. Food will be first come first served. If you plan to attend in-person, AUSA registration is required as this event takes place in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. AUSA registration is not required to watch the live stream.

ATTEND OTHER PANELS AT AUSA

Defense News & C4ISRNET are hosting a series of panel discussions during AUSA, October 10, 11, and 12. Both in-person and online options to attend are available.